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One step backward

One step backward

Evan Sully, Contributing Writer

January 16, 2018


Filed under Nation & World

The outlook of this country’s involvement in environmental policy in 2018 seems very bleak. In 2017, environmental policies took a step backward on past progress that shaped policies protecting the environment on both a domestic and international level. Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection A...

Offshore wind farms and the future of renewable energy

Offshore wind farms and the future of renewable energy

Adriana Kemper

October 3, 2016


Filed under Focus

Offshore wind farms have the potential to blow other sources of energy out of the water. Despite the fact that the Department of Energy estimates that the United States has an offshore wind capacity of four million megawatts of energy, “four times the generating capacity of all U.S. electric power...

The true cost of cheap oil

The true cost of cheap oil

Kate Kownacki

January 9, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Decline in gas prices excites consumers, but environmental concerns should be considered Read More »...

Rising temperatures, global concerns

Rising temperatures, global concerns

Kevin Gross

September 28, 2014


Filed under Nation & World

Worldwide demonstrations express solidarity, concern about climate change Amid another year of frustration about continuing climate change, throngs of environmental activists congregated throughout the world on Sept. 21 to gather in a series of marches and environmentalist demonstrations referred to as the People’s Climate March. More than 2,700 events took place globa...

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