Category Archives: In the News
New data released by the Yale Program on Climate Communication and summarized by Nadia Popovich, John Schwartz and Tatiana Schlossberg in the New York Times gives a detailed view of public opinion on global warming. Spoiler alert: Americans believe in global warming, but aren’t … Continue reading
After the Women’s March in January, our friends at All Souls Unitarian Church hosted a solidarity sing. From serving as a sanctuary space since November to sponsoring affordable housing in the rapidly gentrifying Columbia Heights neighborhood, All Souls is always a progressive, active, and conscientious … Continue reading
Instead of donating cash, we can support nonprofits by helping them invest in budget-saving solar power technology.
We love to learn about how urban centers become healthier, more environmentally responsible, and more energy independent. In the heart of the Rust Belt, Cleveland, shows us how a city can meet climate challenges while supporting equity and inclusion.
Today, we look at the diverse array of nonprofits benefiting from renewable energy. Will your nonprofit be the next to go solar?
Recently, a small community in rural Tanzania has turned to solar. How does solar power transform everyday life for rural families across the globe?
So much depends on Ohio’s embattled energy standards. So, why have valuable renewable and energy efficiency mandates been frozen until at least 2016? Inside the fight for a greener Ohio.
Can solar power thrive in the Midwest? Absolutely! Today, we take a look at renewable energy news from across the Midwest.
We at Community Renewable Energy believe in the promise of Power Africa– an initiative designed to help African nations capitalize on their enormous solar power (and renewable) capacity. Recently, we heard about an initiative to take solar power to rural homes … Continue reading