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By Bill Gates: Why I’m investing $1 billion of my own money into clean energy research

08/04/2015 13:14:27 PM

Originally posted on Quartz:Last month, during a trip to Europe, I mentioned that I plan to invest $1 billion in clean energy technology over the next five years. This will be a fairly big increase over the investments I am already making, and I > read more

Peer-Reviewed Duke University Study Shows High Concentrations of Radioactive Isotopes in Shale Gas Wastewater

10/23/2013 11:56:36 AM

A recent study by the Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences at Duke University showed high concentrations of chloride, bromide, strontium, and radium in wastewater from hydraulic fracturing in Western Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale Formation, af > read more

China smog emergency shuts city of 11 million people

10/22/2013 14:14:33 PM

China smog emergency shuts city of 11 million people BEIJING, China – Choking smog all but shut down one of northeastern China’s largest cities on Monday, forcing schools to suspended classes, snarling traffic and closing the airport, in th > read more

Gov. Hickenlooper announces a roadway reopening, funds for water systems and a benefit concert

10/22/2013 13:53:40 PM

Reblogged from Coyote Gulch: Here's the release from Governor Hickenlooper's office: Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced several significant improvements and resources for communities recovering from the historic September floods: the Colorado Dep > read more

PPP Poll: Highest Support Yet for Colorado’s Amendment 64

10/31/2012 15:51:17 PM

The latest Public Policy Polling poll of Colorado, released on October 25, shows that Coloradans support Amendment 64 by a 10-point margin and that support is trending upward. According to PPP: Colorado’s amendment to legalize marijuana continu > read more

Potable toilet water, Colorado Big-Thompson, and the efficient use of water resources

09/03/2012 23:13:56 PM

People who have lived in Colorado their entire lives, such as myself, often take the water resources of this state for granted. We water our lawns at noon, run the tap while we’re waiting for the water to cool down or while we’re brushing > read more

I’m still here, I promise!

09/03/2012 22:22:54 PM

Hi everyone. If you follow this blog, you’ve probably realized that I haven’t posted anything for close to three weeks now. This is the longest I’ve ever gone without writing a post, and I’m sorry to keep you all hanging. I st > read more

Michael Wara, climate scientist-turned-legal scholar, interviewed by Jens Lund Snee

08/19/2012 15:16:42 PM

I just listened to my brother, Jens Lund Snee, interview Stanford Professor Michael Wara, a climate scientist-turned-legal scholar, for Standford’s Generation Anthropocene podcast. See below for Michael’s and Jens’ backgrounds, and > read more

Yesterday’s Fox News, CNN polls show Obama with significant lead

08/10/2012 13:41:36 PM

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Colorado PPP poll shows growing support for legal, regulated marijuana

08/09/2012 01:52:23 AM

According to today’s Public Policy Poll of Colorado, support for Amendment 64 has grown since the June poll. The amendment, which will be on the Colorado ballot in November, proposes to legalize and regulate growth, possession, and usage of mar > read more

Romney Campaign: Wind energy subsidies are excessive government interference in the marketplace. Oil subsidies are fine, though.

08/08/2012 16:39:09 PM

I admit I’m a little behind the curve on this one, but it was just too ridiculous to pass up. > read more

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