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Meanwhile in the Future: We Have Changed the Climate with Wind Turbines

According to the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, about 2.3 percent of America’s power is generated by wind. But wind power is becoming wildly popular all over the world. What would happen if a company put up so many wind turbines that they actually changed the climate on Earth? That’s the subject of this… » 7/21/15 1:12pm 7/21/15 1:12pm

Study: There is enough wind on this planet to meet our entire energy needs

A recent study from the Carnegie Institution for Science is suggesting that planetary winds pack enough power to energize our entire civilization — and by a significant margin. But in order for us to capture all this energy, say the researchers, we'll have to supplement traditional ground-based stations with… » 9/10/12 10:30am 9/10/12 10:30am

North America has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to renewable energy

We tend to hear a lot about the importance of pushing to seek out sources of renewable energy, but how many people know what the biggest sources of this energy actually are — let alone what regions of the globe are working to incorporate them? For example, where do you think North America stands, relative to Europe… » 11/14/11 12:36pm 11/14/11 12:36pm