RMI: Reinventing Fire

RMI has that vision, and is now building its detailed roadmap, which we call Reinventing Fire™. This strategy will bring together RMI’s 28 years of innovation and engage the world in our most ambitious and important work yet—using whole-system thinking and integrative design to move the U.S. off fossil fuels by 2050, led by business for profit. Full Story »

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Beth Wellington
4.3
by Beth Wellington - Jun. 11, 2010

Not journalism, rather a summary of RMI's comprehensive vision of how the U.S. can move beyond fossil fuels.

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Jon Mitchell
3.7
by Jon Mitchell - Jun. 11, 2010

I suppose it's appropriate to rate this post as an opinion piece. RMI provides the means to delve into their claims and the solutions they propose, but mostly this is a summary of their own ideas, rather than an objective report on renewable energy in general.

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Dwight Rousu
4.2
by Dwight Rousu - Jun. 8, 2010

Lovins and the Rocky Mountain Institute have some of the most innovative and positive ideas about energy efficiency and renewable energy. This short text and video provide the flavor of their initiatives.

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Fabrice Florin
3.5
by Fabrice Florin - Jun. 11, 2010

Insightful roadmap for moving the U.S. off fossil fuels by 2050, led by business for profit. Amory Lovins and other experts outline their vision thoughtfully in this well-reasoned advocacy piece.

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