Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

The US states that produce the most residential solar energy

Research reveals which states produce the most solar energy in the US, as searches for solar energy have increased 204% since the beginning of 2023. With millions of Americans impacted by rising electricity and natural gas prices, solar provider SunPower researched how much energy costs in each state and looked into which states produce […]

Electric School Bus Demo Tour

Learn about the fuel and maintenance savings, zero-tailpipe emissions, and many other benefits. Experience firsthand the battery electric bus range, charging process, and handling in our northern New England climate and terrain.


Click to register: White River Junction, VT St. Johnsbury, VT Berlin, VT Bethlehem, VT Bradford, VT […]

The Environmental Impact and Carbon Footprint of the NFL

The NFL has made great strides in the last few years to green up its operations, and will soon become a net zero emissions league. (Jonathan Moreau, FlickrCC)

What is the National Football League doing to reduce its environmental impact and carbon footprint?

— Mitch Trevino, Las Vegas, NV


Two US Oil Giants Reap $90B in Combined Profit on the Backs of Consumers



Fossil fuel giant Exxon Mobil announced record-smashing profits today, further underscoring the need for officials in Washington to rein in Big Oil’s runaway enrichment at the expense of consumers struggling with high energy bills.

Exxon posted $56 billion in earnings for the full year 2022, breaking its 2008 record and setting […]

Just In! (from NY-GEO)

Just In! is NY-GEO’s weekly news feed for members. NY-GEO’s calendar-year memberships are open to everyone and available for as little as $35. See more information on memberships here. Click here to see some of the work a NY-GEO membership supports. We also feature three of the top news item summaries on the NY-GEO […]

L-Prize Deadlines Approaching on January 13

The U.S. Department of Energy L-Prize® challenges industry to bring forward new innovations to realize the full potential of advanced lighting systems for commercial buildings. The competition has three distinct phases: Concept Phase winners were announced in February 2022, the Prototype Phase opened in June 2022, and the Manufacturing and Installation Phase is […]

Earth’s Energy Imbalance and Climate Response Time


James Hansen, Makiko Sato, Norman Loeb, Leon Simons, Karina von Schuckmann Our judicious choice of graphs for Global Warming in the Pipeline[1] (submitted to Oxford Open Climate Change, available here with an added list of acronyms) squeezed out a graph of Earth’s energy imbalance (EEI, Fig. 1 above). EEI is the net […]

At Your Holiday Party, Ventilate Like Your Life Depends on It

By Matt Power, Editor-In-Chief of Green Builder Media

originally posted here

Perhaps we’ll never agree on masks, vaccines and lockdowns, but can we please agree that a ventilated home is the safest way to gather this year?


I’m not going to spend much time laying out the situation. We’re facing a […]

New Deal to Protect Nature Agreed at COP15

Tree (niko photos, Unsplash)

Names like COP15 and COP27 confuse a lot of people, so if you feel you are missing something, you’re not alone. “COP” stands for “Conference of Parties.” The numeric part, such as “15” or “27,” indicates that it is the fifteenth or twenty-seventh in a series of conferences. […]