Oroville Dam survives critical week, US solar installations nearly double in 2016, Toshiba chairman resigns over $6 billion in nuclear construction losses, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.
China to invest $361 billion in clean energy over five years, Chevy Bolt wins Car of the Year award, VW executive arrested in Miami over emissions fraud conspiracy, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.
This week, Washington State made a significant decision about the largest and last-remaining coal export proposal in the state, the Millennium Bulk Terminal in Longview, WA effectively stopping the proposal from moving forward.
Global carbon intensity falls nearly 3 percent, California’s “duck curve” deepens faster than expected, Shell predicts peak oil demand in five to 15 years, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.
Half a million solar panels were installed daily in 2015, India gets $8,100 four-seat electric car, feds auction geothermal rights on 16,000 acres in five western states, and more news of the week in climate and clean energy.
Reverend Patton discusses the sacredness of standing against the fossil fuel companies raiding Earth’s sacred burial grounds of carbon, and with native tribes to protect all that makes life possible for every creature that writhes, wiggles, swims, flies, or walks on legs.