September 2009

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68 articles in September 2009

via theatlantic.com The Atlantic’s article about renewable energy in California is pretty good. This fact especially I thought was interesting: “At the time of the 1973 oil shock, California used about 17 percent less electricity per person than the country at large. Since then, as Rosenfeld likes to point out …

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In the midst of the deepest economic downturn since the Depression, one venerable Tacoma business is busier than it’s been in 20 years. The company is hiring. Its backlog of major projects now lasts through at least 2011, and several of its new proposals are on potential customers’ desks. For …

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