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Harvey Wasserman

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Harvey Wasserman’s Life & Death Spiral of U.S. History: From Deganawidah to the Trumpocalypse will soon be published at www.solartopia.org. His radio show “California Solartopia” is broadcast at KPFK-Pacifica 90.7 Los Angeles; Green Power & Wellness is podcast at prn.fm.

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Noah Flora

“The heavens are going to be littered with radioactive debris.” more

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More Americans now work in the solar industry than in nukes and coal combined. In fact, more are working in California’s solar industry than are digging coal nationwide. So why are politicians propping up nonrenewable energy? more

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DonkeyHotey

So much for the peaceful atom. Will it take a home-grown Fukushima to get these Democrats to pull their heads out of the radioactive sand? more

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Arturo Pardavila III

This is a victory, but there’s still a lot of work to do. more

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Like nearly everything else Trump does, the hike in solar duties makes no rational sense, and major developments in the nuclear industry further illustrate its absurdity. more

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USAF Nicholas Dutton

A playground of shady financial centers, high-end hotels and mega-casinos for the super-rich? That’s a future the people of Puerto Rico must avoid — and green energy is one way to do it. more

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Mike Morbeck

Aaron Rodgers is most likely out for the season. The Packers must do what is right for the franchise and the nation. more

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Tom Vazquez

There is now an opportunity for a distributed, renewable power grid that could save lives in Puerto Rico. more

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It's an ode to war, written by a slaveowner and set to the tune of a drinking song, that was used to drum up support for World War I. more

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Don Ramey Logan

Harvey and Irma threatened six reactors with catastrophic failure, and all of us with apocalyptic disaster. more

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Jeanne Menjoulet

An unending stream of technical failures and soaring costs, as well as plummeting prices for gas, wind, and solar, and a drop in electricity demand, doomed the project. more

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Nyttend

Such regulations, which are emerging in other states, create serious hurdles for wind power but do protect corporate investments in nuclear power and fossil-fuel generators. And that's a lose-lose proposition for the people. more

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The boom in green-energy technology offers a vital path to a prosperous future. As that great American philosopher Yogi Berra might say, when you see such a fork in the road, take it. more

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Erik Drost

Asking you to subsidize nuclear energy is like asking you to bet your company on rotary dial phones and landline networks; to build more Edsels, Corvairs, and Pintos; to mass-produce buggy whips or to convert your business to brick-and-mortar. more

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Lufina

Are we seeing the definitive end of the “Peaceful Atom” as a source of future new large-scale power capacity in the United States? more

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Donald Trump’s first budget makes his antipathy to the environment clear—and his love for fossil fuels and nuclear power even clearer. more

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Mike Morbeck

All too rare is the sporting event that qualifies as a great work of art. more

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In the area of energy policy under the presidency of Donald Trump, two concerns loom above all others. more

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Taking a look at the modern war for America’s energy. more

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