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  • NYLCV Covers Microgrid Conference | EcoPolitics Daily | Featured | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    Partners Contact Us Sallan Goes Global In the Media Home HuffPo Features Commentary Featured EcoPolitics Daily NYLCV Covers Microgrid Conference EcoPolitics Daily offering an environmental angle on New York s political scene reports on Not Your Grandma s Infrastructure The Urban Energy Revolution John Michael Eadicicco s latest piece for EcoPolitics Daily debriefs NYLCV members about how the conference debunked energy fallacies Home About Sallan News Views In the Media

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2012/12/nylcv_covers_microgrid_co.php (2016-02-10)
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  • TARA Oceans Expedition Nears End | Planktonic Ecosystems Marine Discoveries | Noteworthy | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    the impact of climate change on ecosystems the French research vessel provides samples and data to the scientific community worldwide The TARA Oceans Expeditions is also designed to address poor communication between basic science scientists and the general public Dr Eric Karsenti said doing an expedition like this on a boat would help to communicate to the public a little bit of the excitement scientists can have doing science and

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2012/02/tara_oceans_expedition_ne_1.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday | Moral Turpitude Coming and Going | Our Back Pages | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    Roy Barnes and former Georgia House Speaker Glenn Richardson accuse Georgia Power of illegal collection of taxes in Fulton County Superior Court Georgia Power is billing customers sales tax and municipal franchising fees on the surcharge added to their bills to pre pay the costs of two new nuclear reactors planned at Plant Vogtle in advance of construction The construction work in progress arrangement CWIP aka advanced cost recovery amounts

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2012/03/today_tomorrow_yesterday.php (2016-02-10)
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  • #greenfinance | Innovations In Green Finance: Smart Money For Sustainable Cities | Twitter Conversations | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    visionaries pioneers in the emerging field of green finance at the New York Institute of Technology to get the word out about new tools for decarbonizing the power supply and boosting building energy performance Innovations In Green Finance Smart Money For Sustainable Cities Live Twitter coverage from the this Sallan sponsored event will have to tide readers over until a multimedia account of the panel s highlights is posted in

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2015/05/greenfinance_1.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Jevons Paradox Past | The Great Energy Challenge | Blog Comments | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    fact that as energy efficiency goes up using energy consuming products becomes less expensive which in turn leads us to consume more energy Jevons claim was that this rebound effect would be so large that increasing energy efficiency would not decrease energy use The rebound effect would eat up all of the energy savings Full Post Nancy s Comment Lost in the comments is Owen s call admittedly buried in

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  • Promises, Promises | Yale Environment 360 | Blog Comments | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    cars more energy efficient But financial and psychological barriers have kept individuals businesses and governments from realizing efficiency s great potential Writing in the journal Science in March 2010 economists Hunt Allcott of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Sendhil Mullainathan of Harvard University summarized behavioral research about how and why people often don t seem to respond to clear price signals even when they have plenty of information about costs and benefits They suggested that these sorts of anomalies have implications for energy policy including whether carbon taxes or carbon trading programs will have has much effect on behavior as advocates hope It turns out that much of the problem is simple procrastination of busy people intending to take action but putting off until endless tomorrows what isn t an urgent need that day or the next or next Another is a persistent endowment effect an apparently deeply embedded human urge to simply stick with the current status quo Jump in Nancy s Comment Jon a terrific article You covered many bases and in another context I might be inclined to think we ll get more energy efficient some fine day But since we hear a ticking clock while

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2011/02/promises_promises.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Flower Power Tour | Green Advertising Green | Noteworthy | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    Planet Going Green for Good Noteworthy Green Advertising Green Flower Power Tour As part of Saatchi Saatchi s marketing campaign for Toyota five 18 foot Prius Solar Flowers were plopped onto a pedestrian plaza north of the Flatiron Building last week The flower sculptures are partially powered by solar panels on the back of their petals outlets are built into the base Stop by sit down surf plug in and

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2009/07/flower_power_tour.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Better Than Here? | Yale Environment 360 | Blog Comments | The Sallan Foundation in the Media
    that the US doesn t when it comes to living sustainably Nancy Anderson weighs in with a comment Join the discussion Nancy s Comment Ms Rosenthal does a credible compare and contrast job Surely in daily life for many Western Europeans it is easier to walk the low carbon walk than in the U S That said most European Kyoto Protocol signatories are missing carbon reduction goals and suffering from rising vehicles miles traveled Then there s Eastern Europe but that s a discussion for another day This isn t to excuse the United States inexcusable inaction on a national scale Passing a federal climate law warts and all would be a very good thing as would contributing to the next international climate treaty Will these things come to pass Don t know Still it s worth pointing out that the EPA is moving ahead on increasing auto fuel efficiency standards and controlling CO2 emissions as a pollutant The DOE is spending on clean tech R D Some brand name corporations are leaving the Chamber of Commerce because of its hostility to climate action Cities are passing energy efficient building codes offering green incentives and installing smart electric power grid

    Original URL path: http://www.sallan.org/Sallan_In-the-Media/2009/10/better_than_here.php (2016-02-10)
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