Signal the change ahead, but be skeptical when states pass laws to transform their energy economies but put most of the hardest choices years or decades into the future

Be skeptical when states pass laws to transform their energy economies but put most of the hardest choices years or decades into the future. — Mike Vandenbergh, environmental and energy law at Vanderbilt Law School. Despite this, he thinks the laws serve an important purpose because they provide a strong signal to companies, especially utilities, about what the future is …

$3.5 billion in direct fossil fuel subsidies handed out by US govt every year, not to mention billions in indirect subsidies, like allowing fossil fuel companies to freely pollute the world’s atmosphere and oceans, endangering life on Earth as we know it, without paying a dime

$3.5 billion in direct fossil fuel subsidies handed out by US govt every year, not to mention billions in indirect subsidies, like allowing fossil fuel companies to freely pollute the world’s atmosphere and oceans, endangering life on Earth as we know it, without paying a dime Who’s Behind The War On Electric Cars? May 17th, 2019 by Steve Hanley on Clean Technica If you …

Colorado Legislative Accomplishments in their short season, Jan-first week of May 2019

Hi, GBC and GBC members did so much great work this year!  We couldn’t work on everything so it was interesting to look through a longer list of what was achieved – excerpted everything that could affect businesses and those we hire… https://coloradosun.com/2019/05/07/colorado-legislative-session-2019-bills-passed-list/ For women who work: The Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, Senate Bill 85, seeks to ensure gender pay equity …

Energy is the second-largest expenditure for schools, and with flat roofs, they’re ideal for converting to solar energy: More schools could go solar under proposed grant program

“Schools have a lot of energy usage and this bill would help them offset that usage. They have flat roofs; they’re usually not shaded. … On top of that, it’s a great education opportunity. Schools that do have solar on their roofs bring students up there to learn about converting sunlight to energy. It’s a great STEM curriculum activity.”  Schools …