UPS Goes Big on Solar

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by Carl Weinschenk, Energy Manager Today United Parcel Service…
The Dakota Access Pipeline (under construction) | by Lars Plougmann

Dakota Pipeline Greenlighted As Fossil Fuels Move to Fore

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By Bobby Magill, Climatecentral.org The U.S. Army Corps of…
Davis, CA

City of Davis votes to divest from Wells Fargo Bank

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by Felicia Alvarez, The Davis Enterprise Davis took the first…
Paulson, Baker and Schultz

A Conservative Climate Solution: Republican Group Calls for Carbon Tax

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By John Schwartz, NYTimes A group of Republican elder statesmen…

California’s big three utilities submit proposals to increase access to EV infrastructure

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by Tom Ewing, chargedevs.com January 20 was an important day…
wind-farm

The irreversible rise of the clean economy in 2017

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by Nigel Topping, GreenBiz.com In this new monthly column,…
SUTTER ENERGY CENTER in Yuba City was hailed as the nation’s cleanest power plant when it opened in 2001. It closed indefinitely a year ago because the state has little need for its electricity. (David Butow For The Times)

LA Times breaks story on California’s overbuilt electricity system

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The article below, published in the Los Angeles Times, demonstrates…

California ARB to award up to $10M for zero- and near-zero emission school buses

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A new program funded by proceeds from California’s cap-and-trade…
Beatrice Menase Kwe Jackson, center, and Daniel Emory, both of the Ojibwe Tribe, lead a procession to the Cannonball River in December as part of protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in Cannon Ball, N.D. (David Goldman / Associated Press)

Seattle becomes the first city to sever ties with Wells Fargo in protest of Dakota Access pipeline

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by William Yardley, Los Angeles Times (photo: Beatrice Menase…
Hans-Josef Fell, Energy Guru of the German Parliament

Energy Policy Leader Update: Hans-Josef Fell

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In 2010 I invited Hans-Josef Fell, at the time a German Parliamentarian,…

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