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Part of the RAC's Passover Series - the argument for renewed attention to face environmental crises and take care of our planet.
Zachary Rosenberg

The other day, a friend and I were talking about electric vehicles. He asserted that electric cars have a larger carbon footprint than gas vehicles.

Karen White
Tell your Representatives and Senators to support the continuation of the Production Tax Credit and, thus, further the adoption of renewable energy.
Zachary Rosenberg
On December 14th, the Environmental Protection Agency is set to announce new regulations on fine particle pollution, more commonly known as soot. The regulations are being released as part of a lawsuit between the American Lung Association and the EPA over the failure of the agency to issue new soot regulations as required. The regulations could have a significant impact on everything from coal plants to oil refineries to other industrial industries.
Zachary Rosenberg
In my last blog on energy, some of our readers brought up a couple of interesting points about the economic effects of a switch to greener energy sources. Indeed, there are legitimate concerns about the economic costs of greening our economy, and as such, I believe it is a worthy endeavor to discuss these issues. However, before getting to far into the proverbial weeds of the efficiency, cost, environmental impact, interdependency and reliability of green energy sources relative to traditional carbon sources, let’s start with a little Genesis.
Zachary Rosenberg

Turkey pardoning jokes aside, Thanksgiving packs a lot of ethical punches for a secular holiday. First, we have some murmurings of imperialism (more on that tomorrow in Sarah's post).

Raechel Banks

As we get closer and closer to the fiscal cliff and our elected

Zachary Rosenberg

Regardless of who you voted for or what you were feeling after election night, there was one big loser on Tuesday night, one that spent the last several months being kicked to the curb.

When the East Coast of the United States suffered the impact of Hurricane Sandy, environmental concerns once again gained mainstream attention.

Mikey Pasek

A month ago, I tempted you with a taste of current fiscal policy (warning: please read Sequestration Part 1 before this, or you will be very confused, not to mention less informed!).

Raechel Banks

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