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The 2007 Energy Bill – Can the U.S. Ever Green Its Energy Policy?

by EcoStreet November 13, 2007 Climate Change

This is a guest post by Lorna Li, of Lorna Li : Green 2.0 Marketing. As oil prices skyrocket and the climate heats up, the debate around the 2007 Energy Bill, currently being debated in U.S. Congress behind closed doors, is getting hotter. Environmentalists, students, rock stars, and even auto industry workers in the United […]

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Solar Power at Home: A Good Energy Film

by Tracy Stokes October 23, 2007 EcoEnergy

An ordinary couple decide to become self-sufficient. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.

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Powering a Green Business: a Good Energy film

by Tracy Stokes October 19, 2007 EcoEnergy

A family home and business are powered by the wind. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.

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UK’s nuclear consultation sham

by Guest Contributor October 18, 2007 Climate Change

This is a guest post by Pete Roche, editor of the No2nuclearpower website. The UK Government’s consultation on the Future of Nuclear Power – forced on to it by a successful legal action brought by Greenpeace – ended on Wednesday 10th October. By coincidence, Wednesday was also the 50th anniversary of Britain’s worst nuclear accident […]

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Energy from the community: a film by Good Energy Films

by Tracy Stokes October 12, 2007 EcoEnergy

A story of microgeneration in North London. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.

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36 ways to stop nuclear power

by Tracy Stokes October 7, 2007 Activism

Our government supports the building of new nuclear power stations across the UK as a means of securing a future energy supply. But instead of “bridging the power gap” between fossil fuels and renewables, this means we’ll be creating tens of thousands of tonnes of hazardous radioactive waste which will remain dangerous for a million […]

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How to reduce your carbon footprint and save

by Tracy Stokes September 7, 2007 EcoEnergy

EcoStreet has teamed up with Greenhelpline.com to offer you an easy way to substantially reduce your household’s carbon emissions without it costing you a penny. In fact, it will save you up to £150 on your annual energy bill. 2 tonnes/year is the average reduction that you can make to your CO2 footprint by switching […]

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