Why The US Military Is Leading The Charge For Green Energy

Our generals see our dependence on oil as a huge vulnerability, and climate change as a "threat multiplier." Can their leadership make a difference?

He was taking one casualty for every 24 fuel convoys, and he was doing 18 convoys a day. That’s one casualty every other day. He needed to get the trucks off the road. He needed to find a way to reduce the military’s fuel use.

The question remains, can the weight and pragmatism of military leadership sway political leaders in Washington? Full Story »

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Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - Jun. 5, 2012

If the reptilian authoritarian brains will not listen to science, perhaps they will listen to authority figures.

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by Beth Worthy - Jul. 24, 2012

Very practical approach!

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