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How one city in Vermont is making renewable energy history.
It’s not every day in Washington, DC that an issue finds major support on every side of the aisle. But providing US support to Africa’s efforts to electrify is an issue everyone can (and should) support.
We are back in 2014! after taking a brief hiatus over the turn of the year, we are back to sharing with our community the articles, research, analyses and other interesting things we are reading about. Our passion is community … Continue reading
Podcasting is the new broadcasting. Find out how this new media delivers fresh content about social justice and environmentalism, plus, I recommend a few faves.
Experts at Renewable Energy World, discuss Midwestern solar policies this week, while Governor Kasich did a (welcomed) 180 on the social safety net. On top of all that, there is a glimmer of hope for a bipartisan solution to our … Continue reading
The Huffington Post is rallying the troops to support Chicago’s Southeast side this week, while analysts are still trying to sort out the ramifications of this month’s government shut down. And while new studies are showing Ohio is lagging … Continue reading
Unless you’ve been actively avoiding the world- you probably have heard/noticed/been directly impacted by the US Government shutdown. Although our weekly round-up continues to include stories about community development that hit the news this week, and research and analysis regarding … Continue reading
This week we were busy reading about AEP’s power plants and fracking in Ohio, job creation successes in the midwest, and more analysis on job growth in the United States. We liked seeing that Habitat for Humanity is incorporating renewable … Continue reading
Today, you can watch a live stream of events honoring the 50-year anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s seminal “I Have a Dream” speech.