In honor of Veteran’s Day, I would like to highlight and revisit a couple of posts by and about some of our nation’s heroes, who are serving their country anew in efforts to secure a clean energy future. Here’s Jonathan Murray, a Marine corps veteran and now Advocacy Director for Operation Free, writing for us last February : As long as oil stays cheap and clean energy remains underdeveloped …
Though the “go green” agenda promotes all kinds of ways to help the environment, such as taking shopping bags to the store, recycling bottles and newspapers and even carpooling, alternative energy is more feasible than many would like to believe.
“Math Lessons For Locavores,” an Op-Ed by Stephen Budiansky in the Aug. 20 New York Times, missed the mark, I believe, on eating locally. Using facts and figures, Mr. Budiansky refuted the claim that eating locally is beneficial.
Hundreds of ideas and techniques for creating an environmentally‐sound future will be the focus of the 6th annual Pennsylvania Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living festival in Kempton, Sept. 17 through 19.
Whenever companies start hiring freely again, job-seekers with specialized skills and education will have plenty of good opportunities. Others will face a choice: Take a job with low pay — or none at all. That’s the sobering message American workers face as they mark Labor Day at a time of high unemployment, scant hiring and a widespread loss of job security
It has been 31 years since Lower Merion Township adopted its current Comprehensive Plan, and to the residents who have been calling for an update, it probably seems as if it has taken nearly that long to get that process moving.
A little less than three years ago, two of the nation’s shrewdest, most successful buyout firms peered into the future and decided they just had to have Energy Future Holdings Corp., the giant Dallas utility and largest electricity generator in Texas.