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Oregon Fire Burns State Senator’s Home

 

Sen. Fred Girod walks through the remains of his home near Mill City, Oregon, on Sept. 13, 2020. Mill City, Gates and other towns along the Santiam River were all but destroyed by the Beachie Creek Fire and residents were forced to evacuate. “This was my forever home,” Girod said. Photo by Brooke […]

Documentaries We Recommend

A Life on Our Planet by David Attenborough www.youtube.com/watch?v=64R2MYUt394. Kiss the Ground (how soils can sequester carbon if we farm right) www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3-V1j-zMZw.

Reviews by Victoria Ines

A Life on Our Planet

You have benefited from biodiversity. From medicines and therapies to food, biodiversity plays an integral role in every single life on this planet.

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We Remember Bhima Nitta as a Passionate Part of the Solution

The Green Energy Times team notes with sorrow the passing of Bhima Nitta, founder and owner of Power-Guru Solar Electric Systems on August 6th, 2020. Bhima was 54 years old.

Bhima was passionate about being a part of the solution to global climate change.

His lifetime of work focused on clean energy was more […]

Renewable Energy Provides All New U.S. Generating Capacity in April

From the SUN DAY CAMPAIGN

Washington DC – According to a review by the SUN DAY Campaign of data just released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), wind, solar, and hydropower provided 100% of the 1,328 megawatts (MW) in new U.S. electrical generating capacity added in April 2020.

FERC’s latest monthly “Energy Infrastructure Update” […]

Great Ways to Make a Difference Now to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint – Part 2

G.E.T. staff

The Green Energy Times team wants to share some ideas with you on what you can do now to help the planet and reduce your carbon footprint. We hope you learn some new ideas that you can adapt to your everyday lives. Look for more ideas in the next issue.

Letter to the Editor

Comment on “Tips to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Every Day” in the January 2020 issue of G.E.T.

Having helped operate a “foam” cup industrial process back in the 70’s and using true Styrofoam as a building product in the 80’s, I learned the difference between the two.

The following is from Wikipedia:

“Styrofoam is a […]

Tips to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Every Day

G.E.T. staff

The Green Energy Times Team wants to share some ideas with you on what you can do now to help the planet and reduce your carbon footprint. We hope you learn some new ideas that you can adapt to your everyday lives. More ideas will be shared in the coming issues […]

Carbon Cashback Coalition in New Hampshire

George Harvey

We live in distressing times. It is bad enough that there are over a hundred wildfires in Australia, and one of them is a good deal bigger than Delaware, but climate change is clearly hitting the United States, with droughts, floods, and wildfires of our own. Climate activists have […]

Going Green On a Budget

Image: www.ccPixs.com

Jessie Haas

We can’t all afford a heat pump, EV, or solar panels, but we can still cut our carbon footprints and save money at the same time, through changing a few habits.

Nega-watts (the electricity we don’t use) are the cleanest and greenest, and there are many affordable […]

Boosting Our Global Immunity through Community Resilience

Jennifer White

Our healthcare system in this country is not well. At the very least it is not affordable, but at most it seems more suited to diagnosing and treating sicknesses than to recognizing and enhancing wellness. It is at its best when we are feeling our worst—during acute care interventions when our life […]