Monthly Archives: November 2017

The changes Amory Lovins sees coming

Amory Lovins in 1976 argued for sweeping changes in energy. Many of them are finally coming about. But can we change directions soon enough to avert disaster? Continue reading

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Electric car sales and the expanding lily pond

Sales of electric vehicles have been increasing robustly in Colorado, leading one transportation analyst to cautiously predict that 20 percent of all cars, trucks and motorcycles could be electric by 2030. Continue reading

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How the horrors of Dachau made Vail a better place

At age 21, Tom Steinberg saw the horrors of Dachau. It deeply influenced his work as Vail’s first physician and, later, an elected official. He touched many.
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