Oct 23: Poets for Renewable Energy and Peace event in NYC

Featuring: Anne Waldman, Eliot Katz, Sahar Muradi, Zohra Saed, The Mast (featuring Haale Gafori and Matt Kilmer), Sara Goudarzi, Bob Rosenthal, Papoleto Melendez, Yusuf Misdaq, Tahani Salah, Jackie Sheeler, Chris Brandt, David Henderson, and surprise special guests. 10/22/2011 update: New additions to the evening’s celebrations: -Plus! Guest speaker, the author and investigative reporter, Greg Palast […]

5 micro wind turbines that can have a big impact on the environment « Only Ed

Wind energy generators have been around for centuries in various shapes and sizes. But as the eco-friendliness becomes a constant topic for concern, the wind energy generator or windmills are moving up in the preferred list of those concerned about energy and environment. Wind is one of the natural and renewable sources for thermal power […]

Town Produces 321% More Energy than It Uses

A small Bavarian town in Germany called Wildpoldsried produces 321% more energy than it uses, from renewable and natural sources. It sells the excess energy for about $5.7 million each year. The point they are at now in terms of energy production and independence was reached by starting a plan about fourteen years ago to […]

My LI Pulse Green Energy Rant: Director’s Cut

IW: My article: starts: Over 30 years ago, President Carter put solar panels on the White House. But don’t go looking for them—President Reagan took them down. Bush 1 and Clinton kept them down. Bush 2 did put three smallish solar collectors on the White House grounds for a maintenance shed and the pool, but […]

Green Party of Suffolk Celebrates at its Annual Meeting

The Green Party of Suffolk invites all enrolled Green Party members to come to their annual membership meeting to celebrate regaining their ballot line.  The meeting will be held on Saturday, March 26, 2011.  It will start at 12pm at the Stony Brook Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 380 Nicolls Road,  E. Setauket.  (Directions)   For […]

Green Party certified as ballot qualified Party in NY

The Green Party was officially certified Monday December 14 by the NYS Board of Elections as the newest ballot qualified party, with the  Gubernatorial ticket receiving 59,928 votes. 50,000 votes for Governor is needed to qualify a party. The Greens received 49,201 votes outside of NYC. Key issues for the Green Party in 2011 will […]

New York State Green Party Victorious: Reclaims Ballot Line

Green Party of Suffolk Increases Vote Totals by 40% With 56,868 votes, the Green Party of New York State Governor candidate Howie Hawkins has surpassed the 50,000 votes mark need to reclaim the automatic ballot line for the next four years. It will be much easier for Green Party candidates to run for local, state […]

Guv cand Hawkins (G-NY) support for 350.org 10/10/10 Day of Action

10-10-10 is an international day of action on climate change. Howie partcipated in a world hoop event at Syracuse University. Below is information about Howie’s Climate Change Plan. On 10-10-10, Hawkins Says NY Must Put more Wind Into Climate Action Green New Deal would Invest in Renewable Energy for Jobs, Economic Recovery, and Climate Stability […]

US Senate cand Clark & Lawrence (G-NY): Underfunded Child Nutrition Is Outrageous, Will Increase Hunger

The only way that the Green Party can regain ballot status in NY is to get 50,000 votes for their Governor candidate in 2010. This opportunity comes only once every four years, and it only applies to the Governor’s race. Gaining ballot status will enable the Green Party to run more peace candidates, more single-payer […]

Top Kill is Dead: Comments on the Gulf Oil Blowout from a Geologist

A geologist suggests a better solution to BP than Top Kill. The better solution is: Drill 4 vertical relief wells around the existing Gulf of Mexico blowout well to reduce the pressure. He believes that will then allow BP to seal this well, once the pressure drops.

Greens Blast Move to Repeal IL Nuclear Moratorium

Green Party blasts Legislative move to repeal Nuclear Moratorium; Call attempt an effort to undermine Renewable Energy Green Party leaders condemned legislative attempts to repeal the Illinois moratorium against new nuclear production.  House Bill 875 and Senate Bill 2162 would delete the provision in state law prohibiting the construction of new nuclear facilities until the […]

We’re not in Kansas anymore… (D.C. and crazy days of energy activism)

Information, links and questions about Power Shift 2009, Capitol Climate Action, NIRS, the Green Party and nuclear energy. Why would some do a civil disobedience for Natural Gas?

SFBay View: Malik Rahim for Congress Dec. 6!

Malik Rahim for Congress Dec. 6! | San Francisco Bay View After a century of politicians, it’s time to elect a community organizer Message from Malik “Four days after Hurricane Katrina and two days before founding Common Ground, I made this decision to run for Congress,” Malik writes in a recent email to friends and […]

Smithtown Schools (Suffolk County) Goes Solar!

From Newsday: (excerpt) Smithtown schools to get $6M for energy conservation BY STACEY ALTHERR 7:43 PM EDT, September 6, 2008 Smithtown’s school board has approved a $6-million energy conservation project that includes what is being touted as the largest combined solar panel installation at any Long Island school district.

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