GOOD CLEAN NEWS
OO Deutsche Bank Seeks to Buy $1 Billion in Green Bonds
OO Citigroup Sets $100 Billion Funding Goal for Green Projects
OO Influential Financiers, From Warren Buffett To Bill Gates,
Are Divesting Fossil Fuels
A campaign to get universities to stop investing in greenhouse gas-producing fuels has come to the University of Colorado requesting it divest from coal and petroleum companies. Source: University of Colorado
OO Fossil Fuel Divestment Effort Comes To Colorado – as activists ask the university to divest.
OO Michele Bachmann Inspired Factcheck.Org
To Debunk Lies About Science – finally, Michelle inspires truth, even if she has no idea what it is.
OO Oil Price Drop Won’t Derail Climate Push, Says White House
OO Apple Gears Up to Challenge Tesla in Electric Cars
OO Utilities Expand Into Charging Stations For Electric Cars
<<< Big Bad Batteries!! >>>
OO Vanadium Flow Battery Aims to Compete With Lithium and Lead-Acid at Grid Scale
OO Advances in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Offer Promise for Electric Cars
OO U.K. Approves World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm
OO Harvard Prepares To Fight Fossil Fuel Divestment Case In Court – as students represent themselves and future generations of Harvard students in the fight for a decent future.
OO BP: Huge Rise In Energy Demand At Odds With Climate Change Fight– but is BP really going to do anything about it? Ha!
OO Catholics Around The World Will Fast For Climate Action During Lent
@@ Video: Bill Nye: Let’s Be Honest, Climate ‘Skeptics’ Are Just Deniers
OO World’s Biggest PR Firm Calls It Quits With American Oil Lobby – despite a multi-million dollar relationship.
OO Americans Should Consider Eating Less Meat
For Environmental Reasons, Scientists Say
OO Scientists, Policy Experts: Time to Phase Out Carbon Emissions Entirely
OO State Lawmakers Push Electric-Car Ownership With Bevy Of Bills
OO NASA Study Warns Of Unprecedented North American Drought
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