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Fake News Economy

If your job is shaped or defined by Information Age technologies and science then it is at risk if fake news influences our economy like it has our recent elections. Fake news is the purposeful posting of unsubstantiated claims to … Continue reading

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Three Surprising Reasons For Low Oil Prices

The smiles on our faces while pumping gasoline comes from a historic 50% fall in oil prices. Most news commentators point to an oil over supply as the reason. But that begs the question of why? Since 1974 OPEC (Organization … Continue reading

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How California Blackouts Will Make Solar and Batteries A National Story

California again faces potential blackouts. This time it is tied to a natural gas storage facility called Porter Ranch owned by Sempra Energy’s Southern California Gas. Porter Ranch’s ability to deliver energy has been crippled by a natural gas leak … Continue reading

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California Economy Achieves Growth With Less Pollution

California is achieving superior and sustained economic growth while also reducing climate changing pollution. At a time when the California economy is growing faster than the U.S. economy the California Air Resources Board reports that the State has reduced greenhouse … Continue reading

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Operating Your Business In A Carbon Surge Economy

Your business now operates within a carbon surge economy. The surge in carbon emissions is rapidly raising your business risks and the cost of doing business. Extreme weather tied to carbon surge is reducing your business revenues by disrupting customer … Continue reading

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Oil Economics: Increased Supply But Higher Prices Plus Global Warming

The International Energy Agency (IEA) World Energy Outlook for 2012 has received tremendous media attention by forecasting that the U.S. is posed to displace Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest oil producer. This is great news for our economy because … Continue reading

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Did Hurricane Sandy Break Climate Science Silence?

News anchors are describing Hurricane Sandy as a once in a lifetime event. Climate science suggests it is only the beginning. The question is whether Hurricane Sandy is the climate change event that reawakens awareness by the media and consumers … Continue reading

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