Tag Archives: wind

New Poll Shows Increased Support for Renewable Energy, Conservation

The majority of Americans prefer conserving energy over producing more of it, according to a new Gallup poll recently featured in The Hill. When forced to pick between conservation-focused approach and a production-focused approach, 57% of Americans say we should take a conservation-focused approach to solving the nation’s energy problems. This represents a 6-point increase […]

Continue reading

Energy Giant Unveils New Vision to Help Consumers Combat Climate Change

Last week, energy giant NRG CEO David Crane published a sweeping letter about NRG’s commitment to becoming a different type of energy company. This new type of company, according to Crane’s letter, will connect consumers to their own energy-generating potential and will enable consumers to make their own energy choices. But perhaps most significantly, this […]

Continue reading

This Tea Party Leader is Championing Green. Here’s Why.

Debbie Dooley isn’t your typical Tea Party leader. She’s a Georgia grandmother who became an activist six years ago when her first grandson was born. Dooley is co-founder of the Atlanta Tea Party Patriots, and has been active with the Tea Party Patriots since their inception. Last summer, she teamed up with the Sierra Club […]

Continue reading
12.26.13_Babar Green Conservatives_Orig

Just Don’t Mention Climate

Liberals have largely dominated the environmental sphere in recent years. But that may be changing, writes Nora Caplan-Bricker in a recent article in The New Republic. Conservatives across the country, from Ohio to Georgia, have started to put their energy behind sustainability and renewable energy solutions.   In Michigan, the recently-formed Michigan Conservative Energy Forum […]

Continue reading