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May 9 Green Energy News

Headline News: “Block Island Offshore Wind Farm Improves Fishing And Tourism” • Researchers at the University of Rhode Island studied the effects the Block Island wind farm had on local fishing and tourism. They found recreational fishing was increased, though feeling were mixed among those who fish commercially, and tourism improved. [CleanTechnica] Block Island wind farm (Deepwater Wind image) [...]

Massively Mobilizing Sustainability

Aaron William Perry, ecopreneur, author, consultant, and sustainability expert is spearheading a 3-day deep leadership conference, May 17-19, dubbed “Massively Mobilizing Sustainability”, in a private retreat location in the picturesque mountains of Boulder, Colorado. As lofty and alternative as it may sound, the Y On Earth Community, (Perry's organization and following) focuses on two fixed pillars; Thriving & [...]

May 8 Green Energy News

Headline News: “We’ll Soon Know The Exact Air Pollution From Every Power Plant In The World. That’s Huge.” • A nonprofit AI firm called WattTime will use satellite imagery to track the air pollution (including carbon emissions) coming out of every single power plant in the world precisely, in real time. And it’s going to make the data public. [...]

May 7 Green Energy News

Headline News: “Renewables Outproduced Coal Power In The US For The First Time Ever” • Last month, for the first time, renewable energy sources like wind, solar, and hydro outpaced coal generation, according to data from the Energy Information Administration and an analysis by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis. [Popular Mechanics] ABB Maid of the Mist [...]

May 6 Green Energy News

Headline News: “How Carbon Farming Can Help Stop Climate Change In Its Tracks” • Photosynthesis produces sugar and atmospheric oxygen. “Everything that grows here starts with sugar. Soil microbes eat sugar.” And feeding these soil microbes builds soil and sequesters atmospheric carbon in the ground “at a rate previously thought impossible.” [The Nation] Soil to sequester carbon “Trump Is [...]

May 5 Green Energy News

Headline News: “Can Microgrids Really Bring Power To The Last Billion?” • After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico turned to microgrids for resiliency. Puerto Rico’s embrace of microgrids hints at a different energy future. Some of the 1 billion people around the world without electricity may finally get it without ever needing a central power grid. [Quartz] Line workers (Amit [...]

SolarFest ’19 Tickets on Sale! Sun. 7/21

SolarFest’19 — Sun. 7/21@ Earth Sky Time Farm, Manchester VT Join us Sunday July 21st for a day-long gathering of workshops and live world music, along with great food and interesting conversations at Earth Sky Time community farm in Manchester Center, Vermont. This year the main stage features musical performances by The Gaslight Tinkers, Chicago Afro Beat Project, Rio Mira, and many other exciting [...]

May 4 Green Energy News

Headline News: “Scott Pruitt Fails To Stop Indiana’s Move To Renewable Energy” • Indiana’s third-largest utility analyzed the economics of its power plants and decided to shift from coal-fired power plants to renewable sources. Coal companies hired former EPA chief Scott Pruitt to fight back. Pruitt failed, according to a post at Utility Dive. [Digital Journal] Coal-burning power plant [...]

May 3 Green Energy News

{$inline_image}Headline News: “Six Signs Of Hope For The Ocean” • It is easy to lose sight of good news amid the barrage of negative stories about the threats facing the ocean. We see everything from growing plastic pollution to dying coral reefs. Increasingly, however, there is a lot to celebrate when you look more closely at ocean-related developments. [CleanTechnica] [...]

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