Public Perception of 13 Different Energy Topics analyzed in new Study
Aug30

Public Perception of 13 Different Energy Topics analyzed in new Study

Pike Research, part of Navigant, recently released a White Paper that takes an in-depth view at public perception of 13 energy topics.  The study uses a 1,000 person sample to show favorability and unfavorability energy topics such as transportation, renewable technology, nuclear, clean coal, and smart grid topics. Some of the highlights of the study are as follows: read more Read Full...

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Reegle mentions OpenEI in video on new Content Pool API
Aug30

Reegle mentions OpenEI in video on new Content Pool API

Reegle and OpenEI share the vision that easy access to energy information will help drive future developments in clean energy development. read more Read Full...

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The Magic of MFCs: Generating Electricity from Mucky Wastewater
Aug29

The Magic of MFCs: Generating Electricity from Mucky Wastewater

Microbial fuel cells could soon provide us with a green energy source, as well as a supply of clean drinking water Read Full...

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Human Activity Negatively Impacts Water Chemistry
Aug29

Human Activity Negatively Impacts Water Chemistry

A recent study, published in Environmental Science and Technology journal and funded by NASA Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems, the National Foundation’s Long Term Ecological Research Program, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation reported that human activity is a major factor behind acid rain and alkalinization of 97 different waterways along the east coast. Read Full...

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Trinidad and Tobago: A Biodiversity Hotspot Overlooked
Aug29

Trinidad and Tobago: A Biodiversity Hotspot Overlooked

The two-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean (just off the coast of Venezuela) may be smaller than Delaware, but it has had an outsized role in the history of rainforest conservation as well as our understanding of tropical ecology. Home to an astounding number of tropical ecosystems and over 3,000 species and counting (including 470 bird species in just 2,000 square miles), Trinidad and Tobago is an often overlooked...

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Human Activity Negatively Impacts Water Chemistry
Aug29

Human Activity Negatively Impacts Water Chemistry

A recent study, published in Environmental Science and Technology journal and funded by NASA Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems, the National Foundation’s Long Term Ecological Research Program, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation reported that human activity is a major factor behind acid rain and alkalinization of 97 different waterways along the east coast. Read Full...

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