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Amory Lovins’s long, soft, and creatively optimistic path

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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Bill Becker’s climate optimism

Bill Becker was equal parts worried and cheerful when he spoke to the Jefferson County chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society. We need rapid transition, and the United States must lead. But he sees the emergence of common ground. Continue reading

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