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Declining American (or just Republican?) Support on Green Energy Policies

A new study released by Stanford shows that although a majority of Americans (63%) still support economic policies that support greener energy, that number has fallen almost 10 percentage points since 2010. Theories for this downward trend include: a decline of media coverage on climate change, growing economic concerns that monopolize priorities of Americans, and […]

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Google’s Green Energy Wish List

Google has recently released a study exploring how people could simultaneously meet society’s goals of economic growth, security, and de-carbonization. The results targeted clean energy innovations that are: 1. fast wins (i.e. can be completed under 5 years); 2. big pay offs; and 3. enhanced when paired with policy.   Posted 6.28.2011 on New York […]

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Hype Aside, ‘Green Jobs’ Are For Real

With growing public favor, market support, and new government mandates for green energy education and operation, the future growth of green jobs is undeniable. An IHS Global Insight report stated, “[Green jobs] could be the fastest growing segment of the U.S. economy.” ecoAmerica‘s SEED Center is recognized in this CNBC article as a leader in […]

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Bill Clinton: Save America’s economy (and the planet) with clean energy

Bill Clinton: Save America’s economy (and the planet) with clean energy

Today Grist.com reported that Bill Clinton sighted clean, efficient energy as the most important factor in revivng the United States economy. He explained that he wanted to impliment similar methods of government-stoked private funding to support programs like the one the Clinton Foundation did for the Empire State Building. In order to sway banks to […]

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