3 Ways to Fight Climate Change that Don't Involve Marching in New York
by Jeff Siegel
Monday, September 22, 2014
The streets of New York were barely visible underneath the more than 400,000 people who showed up for the People's Climate March on Sunday.
Word is, this was the biggest turnout for any climate march ever held. Although how many climate marches have there really been?
In any event, those who turned out did so to in an attempt to attract the attention of world leaders who will meet at the UN tomorrow to discuss the threat of climate change. And they probably succeeded in that goal. But the truth ...
Bonds Tap into Huge Solar Boom
by Tim Conneally
Friday, September 19, 2014
Since passing the Green Energy Act of 2009, Ontario, Canada has been overflowing with exciting renewable energy projects.
Under the Act, the Ontario Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program lets independent renewable energy generators sell their energy to the grid for a guaranteed price for a fixed contract term.
This means hydropower, biomass, wind, solar, bio- and landfill gas projects can lock in their revenue stream for a 20-year contract term with a power purchase agreement with the Ontario Power ...
Bullish Canadian Biogas Bonds
by Tim Conneally
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
It was a sweltering 94 degrees that day.
The blacktop pathways from exhibit to exhibit were radiating summer heat, and the Mid-Atlantic humidity was overbearing.
My family went to the National Zoo in Washington DC to expose their kids to the sights and sounds of nature, but on that hot day, the only thing I noticed was the smell.
Specifically, I was hit with foul odors whenever we walked into the indoor exhibits. How could I have avoided it? It was hot, it was contained within a small ...