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October 3 Green Energy News

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“Anheuser-Busch And BYD Launch North America’s Largest Electric Class 8 Fleet” • Anheuser-Busch is dipping its toes into electrifying its fleets with the purchase of 21 fully electric Class 8 trucks from BYD. The BYD 8TT Class 8 trucks will be put to use at four of Anheuser-Busch’s Southern California distribution facilities. [CleanTechnica] […]

October 2 Green Energy News

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“The Koch Brothers And Protest In America” • Documentary filmmaker and journalist Deia Schlosberg was arrested and charged with felonies carrying a maximum sentence of up to 45 years in prison for reporting on the Indigenous protests against fossil fuel infrastructure, Common Dreams tells us. What about the First Amendment? [CleanTechnica]

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October 1 Green Energy News

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“A Formula For Catastrophe In The Arctic” • The White House views the Arctic as a key arena for great-power competition, with the ultimate prize being a great trove of resources, including oil, natural gas, uranium, zinc, iron ore, gold, diamonds, and rare earth minerals. It is possible because of climate change. It […]

Acclaimed Filmmaker, Author and Activist John de Graaf presents REDEFINING PROSPERITY: The Gold Rushes of Nevada City

Ava Gallery & Art Center in Lebanon, NH October 8th 5:30 – 8:30pm Free & Open to the Public

The film is the remarkable story of Nevada City, torn by clashing values and united by a common love; of how the ‘back to the land’ movement and the outward-looking creative people who […]

September 30 Green Energy News

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“Can A Carbon Fee Save The World’s Oceans? Senator Whitehouse Says ‘Yes’” • Climate change is altering the oceans, and CO₂ is changing their chemistry. In an exclusive comment for CleanTechnica, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) says a carbon fee is the best method to limit emissions and mitigate ocean quality loss. [CleanTechnica]

September 29 Green Energy News

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“Dozens Arrested At Protest Outside New England’s Largest Coal Power Plant, In Bow, NH” • Nearly 70 people were arrested during a protest at a coal-fired power plant in Bow Saturday. The activists had marched onto the grounds of Merrimack Station, the largest coal-burning facility left in New England that is not set […]

September 28 Green Energy News

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“Oil Company Agrees To Pay Up To $100 Million To Restore Louisiana Coastline” • An agreement between Freeport-McMoRan, a company that specializes in drilling for oil in the Gulf of Mexico, and 12 coastal communities in Louisiana may set a precedent. The company agreed to pay up to $100 million to restore the […]

September 27 Green Energy News

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“Birds Are Dying Off At An Alarming Rate. Here’s How You Can Help From Your Own Backyard” • An alarming study says that since 1970 the US and Canada have lost almost a third of their bird population. Habitat loss, collisions with glass, hunting by cats, and pesticides are the biggest threats, the […]

September 26 Green Energy News

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“Dominion Energy Plans America’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm” • Dominion Energy is planning the construction of the single largest offshore wind project in US waters, consisting of three 880-MW phases. According to the American Wind Energy Association, this presents a huge economic opportunity for the State of Virginia. [Renewable Energy Magazine]

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September 25 Green Energy News

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“GE Renewable Energy Goes Carbon Neutral” • The wind, hydropower, energy storage, and grid operations business of GE has committed to going 100% carbon neutral by the end of 2020. GE Renewable Energy chief executive Jerome Pecresse said, “This is a decision that makes business sense.” Natural Capital Partners will advise GE on […]