In a world that sometimes feels like it’s going to hell in a handbasket (and the handles of the hand-basket are ratty and chafing), Life in the Boomer Lane invites you to step back and ask the following: 624 more words
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by Emil Morhardt
CloudRipperPress.com announces its second and third books published in 2015.
Because it seems likely that there is money to be made by reducing fossil fuel use, and energy use in general, there is currently an intense amount of entrepreneurial activity surrounding all aspects of our energy supply and usage. 325 more words
From The Colorado Independent (Bob Berwyn):
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When Colorado’s tourism marketing gurus wanted to show the world what the state is all about, they used television spots evoking the powerful call of wild rivers — hikers gazing at waterfalls, anglers wading in still, dawn-lit waters and kayakers and rafters paddling through whitewater.
Did climate change and environmental issues feature strongly in this year’s general election?
The short answer is, no. The 2015 general election was by no means a ‘green’ one, with environmental concerns being swept under the rug, barely mentioned and in the case of some parties, flat-out ignored. 1,378 more words
From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):
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A project classified as an emergency will take more time to complete.
There’s no clear timetable for fortifying the Fountain Creek embankment at the 13th Street interchange of Interstate 25, where the river is continuing to cut at the ground under a Union Pacific Railroad track.
At the end of each month I compile links to articles I found thought-provoking over that month, categorized with pull-quotes for your perusal and edification. Each of these is a story that made me stop and think, and hopefully one or two of them will do the same for you. 1,738 more words