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Love it or hate it fracking is changing the way America powers its economy. Thanks to fracking the U.S. is now the world's largest petroleum producer, something unthinkable a few years ago. Coal is down, but not out. Nuclear's knees are buckling due to low natural gas prices and the fallout from Fukushima. Researchers and investors are looking for big breakthroughs in storage technology and sucking carbon out of smokestacks.
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- Oil on Rails
- San Francisco’s East Bay is home to five oil refineries, which means crude oil is transported through its communities by rail on a regular basis. According to the California Energy Commission...
- Creating Climate Wealth
- Can idealism and capitalism coexist? Just ask Jigar Shah and Brad Mattson. Both are running successful companies that were founded on principals familiar to Climate One listeners: social...
- Powering Innovation
- Imagine you’re remaking “The Graduate” for today’s climate-challenged world. What would be the one word you’d whisper in Dustin Hoffman’s ear to signal the...