Tuesday, September 17, 2013


Poll: Rural Nebraskans believe climate change real, feel less urgency to address it : Chadron
fewer rural Nebraskans believe immediate action from the government is necessary – 38 percent, down from 53 percent in 2008.
Lubben said a general lack of scientific understanding and the underlying uncertainty about climate effects may be an issue, too. For example, some scientists said the 2011 floods in Nebraska were caused by climate change, but so was the 2012 drought. How is that possible, the public may wonder, he said.
Another Taxpayer-Funded 'Green Energy' Company Considers Bankruptcy
PHOENIX (CBS5) – ECOtality, the electric car-charging company that operates more than 600 charging stations in Arizona, may be about to close its door.
Developers ditch disputed Goodhue County wind farm project - PostBulletin.com: Local Business
ZUMBROTA — Developers have formally abandoned their plans to build a $180 million wind farm in southeastern Minnesota that drew strong citizen opposition because of the threat it posed to eagles and bats, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday.

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