Which U.S. States Have the Best Solar PV Interconnection Policies?

October 24, 2011 by  
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New Energy Choices /Screen capture Overall, the U.S. is Moving in the Right Direction While it’s great that solar photovoltaic systems (aka solar PV) are becoming more affordable to the average person thanks to ever lower production costs and companies like SolarCity that lease out and install whole systems, a big factor in the equation of whether solar PV catches on or not remains grid interconnection policies. In the U.S., those policies vary from state to state, and the Network… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Climate Scientists Aren’t ‘Idiots Just Going Around Looking at CO2, CO2, CO2’

February 3, 2010 by  
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There relationship between greenhouse gases, aerosols, and climate sensitivity is much more complex… Photo: Codo via flickr.

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6 Ways Agriculture Impacts Global Warming

November 19, 2009 by  
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Photo credit: SugarCreekPhoto via Flickr Sure, agriculture provides us with the food we all eat every day. But do you know how those agricultural practices impact global warming? Turns out there’s some pretty big impacts, on both the sustainable and industrial sides of the equation; employing sustainable practices, like organic agriculture, has huge potential to help in the fight against global warming, and maintaining the status quo with widespread industrial agricultural practices will continue to be terribly detrimental …

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Can A Farm-in-a-Backpack Feed Sub-Saharan Africa?

November 19, 2009 by  
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Photo via Rachel Zedeck at Changents Rachel Zedeck moved to Kenya with the intent to help Kenyans feed themselves through eco-friendly farming. Her solution – put everything you need into one backpack

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Help Wanted: Extreme Green Consultant to Help TreeHugger Founder Renovate 420-square-foot Apartment in NYC

November 19, 2009 by  
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