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Dear God, is Oil a Blessing or a Curse?

Originally published on By calling on Oklahomans to pray for oil, Governor Mary Fallin has stretched the limits of my patience and perhaps a little bit of my better judgment.

Panasonic and Schneider Electric Partner on Wireless Building Management

With just one interface, a building management system designed in a Panasonic/ Schneider Electric collaboration has the potential to deliver real-time data to reduce energy consumption and drive savings Panasonic and Schneider Electric Partner on Wireless Building Management was originally posted on: PlanetSave.

Researcher: It Appears That The Entire Coast Off Washington, Oregon, & California Is A Giant Methane Seep

In an example of how little is actually known about what goes on in the world’s oceans, researchers recently discovered 500 “new” (newly discovered, that is) methane vents off the west coast of the US.

Indian Ministry Pushes To Reclassify Large Hydro Projects As Renewable

The Indian Ministry of New & Renewable Energy is pushing for reclassification of large hydro power projects as renewable energy projects.

India Waives Off Inter-state Transmission Charges For Renewable Energy

The Ministry of Power, under the central government of India, has confirmed that charges for inter-state transmission of renewable energy have been waived off.

BLM Refuses To Issue Oil And Gas Leases To Utah Couple

Terry Williams of Utah bought an oil and gas lease at a BLM auction but says she wants to leave the oil and gas in the ground.

Cellulose Insulation – The ABCs of Green Building Materials

Originally published on Green Building Elements Made from consumer paper products, cellulose insulation typically contains about 85 percent recycled content.

India Mulls Harsh Penalties For Utilities That Miss Renewable Energy Targets

In the face of highly ambitious renewable energy procurement targets, Indian utilities may now face stricter penalties if they fail to meet those targets.

2016 World Energy: Unprecedented Changes

The 2016 World Energy Resources Report highlights the key trends in energy usage and identifies implications for the energy sector.

There’s More To Disappearing Arctic Sea Ice Than Meets The Eye

Arctic sea ice is disappearing. The area covered by sea ice is half what it was 30 years ago but it is also only 1/4 as thick as well.

New York Regulators Call For Transmission Expansion Using Hydropower Imports

UtilityDIVE reports transmission congestion in the western portion of New York is limiting the state’s ability to access hydropower during summer peaks, state regulators said last week.

League of Conservation Voters Awards Climate Prize to Hip Hop Caucus

On October 18, 2016, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) held Climate Victory 2016 night. At the event, the non-profit, non-partisan organization Hip Hop Caucus and its President and CEO Rev.

Canada Tops Out World’s Tallest Wood-Frame Building

Originally published on Green Building Elements Celebrating the tallest wood-frame building of its kind anywhere in the world, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr recently attended the “topping out” ceremony of the Brock Commons Residence.

Norwegian Youths Sue Their Government Over Climate Change

A group of young people have filed suit against the government of Norway seeking to invalidate Arctic drilling licenses issues to foreign companies.

Smart Home of the Future Taking Shape Today

Smart homes and buildings are soon to be the norm, but many people don’t see the value in them. It will take education for smart home technologies to become commonplace Smart Home of the Future Taking Shape Today was originally posted on: PlanetSave.

Judge In North Dakota Refuses To Charge Amy Goodman With Rioting

A judge in North Dakota on Monday rebuffed a request by an overzealous prosecutor to charge journalist Amy Goodman with rioting after she filmed protesters at the site of the Dakota Access pipeline.

Renewable Electricity Auctions: Argentina Awards 400 MW In Solar In RenovAR Program

Argentina has awarded a total 1.1 GW of renewable energy projects in its first auction round of the RenovAR program.

A Call For Commercial Net Metering

Originally published on CleanTechnica Debates have raged across the country around the value and/or need for net metering.

Masdar City: A Test Bed for Sustainable Urban Living

Originally published on Green Building Elements Sweltering in the hot desert sun, Masdar City sits under a global microscope at the nexus of rising clean technology and the development of sustainable urban life in the glaring light of climate change.

Largest Earthquake In Kansas Caused By Fracking (w/Video)

A US Geological Survey report finds that fracking was the most likely cause of a 4.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Kansas in 2014.