Avoiding a ‘Second Dust Bowl’ across the U.S.

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The 1934 Dust Bowl was caused by severe widespread drought — and the odds of a severe drought happening again are increasing.

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Virginia Beach Public Schools Taking Lead on Energy

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‘Leading by example’ a key to major Virginia city’s public schools role in energy efficiency.

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Pendleton, Oregon, Blazing New Paths on Energy Use

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Zero-interest loans to home owners and businesses showing way to ‘solarize’ and ‘weatherize’ a well-known rodeo town.

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Pros and Cons of Ethanol in Motor Vehicle Gas Explored

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There’s no ‘silver bullet’ for addressing the nation’s energy needs, and early rave hopes about ethanol in gas are getting a questioning second look.

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More People and Workers…but Reduced Carbon Emissions

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Compact urban development efforts characterize Bridgeport, Connecticut’s downtown-revitalization efforts.

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Home of the ‘Indy 500′ Also a Home of Energy Innovations

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Indianapolis’s clean-energy efforts are motivated by concerns going well beyond those narrowly seen as ‘environmental,’ Mayor Greg Ballard says.

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Military Experts Weighing Impacts on ‘Mighty Miss’ River

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A crucial shipping route for commodities, the Mississippi River faces climate-related risks that also raise important national security issues.

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