Category: Green Ethics Energy

Rising Oil and Gas Prices Will Continue As We Reach Peak Oil

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While oil and gas prices keep rising, and us nearing peak oil, many are concerned with where and when it will stop. Price spikes have occurred in 1973, 1979, 1991 and most recently 2011. These price jumps in oil and gasoline have done little to sway US Energy policies in the past, and with the …

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Keystone XL Pipeline Deal Rejected By President Obama

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The Keystone XL Pipeline Deal was denied by President Obama, who, acting on a recommendation from the State Department on Wednesday, denied the permit for the contentious Keystone XL pipeline proposal, which would have linked a vast oil deposit in Alberta, Canada, to refineries on the Texas Gulf Coast. In defense of his actions of …

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Rising Gas Prices Explained: Will Gas Prices Continue to Rise?

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Gas prices are certainly a concern for all of us, considering most of us, especially in America need to drive. While many here in America think it is President Obama’s fault, it is not. That is either right wing propaganda at work, misinformation, or lack of understanding and knowledge on the subject. President Obama Strikes …

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Clean Energy – Future Of Clean Energy in US from Secretary of Energy Chu

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Clean energy sounds like a great idea for most people, and Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, in his speech to the Washington Post Live Smart Energy Conference on Nov. 3, 2011 mentioned our choices in America are to either surrender of take advantage of the huge economic opportunities that are becoming available in the smart …

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Mid-Atlantic Wind Farms Move Forward With Obama Plan Using National Ocean Policy Smart-From-The-Start

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Gigantic Mid-Atlantic offshore wind farms move forward with an Obama Administration’s plan using smart-from-the-start from the National Ocean Policy. These new smart development projects could create upwards of tens of thousands of jobs and clean, domestic energy reducing dependence on foreign imports, and more importantly, fossil fuels. The Obama administration on Thursday, 2/2/2012 moved forward …

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Nuclear Power The Pros and Cons of Nuclear Energy

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Special Report: Nuclear Power: The Pros and Cons of Nuclear Energy A Guide to Nuclear Power Pros and Cons and How it Affects Us and the Environment Introduction Nuclear power is a form of energy. It is not dependent on fossil fuels or any fossil fuel, such as coal or natural gas. While many of …

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