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How Personal Technology is Democratizing Environmental Action
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How Personal Technology is Democratizing Environmental Action

"Quietly, the same forces are at work in the environmental sector—reducing CO2 emissions, magnifying the role of citizen scientists, and addressing distributed sources of pollution that government agencies find difficult to address. The growth of personal environmental technologies is not new. What is now clear, however, is how small actions by thousands or millions of people can aggregate to produce big environmental benefits."

March 10, 2021March 30, 2021PERC in Tech
Chevron To Produce Carbon-Negative Energy In California
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Chevron To Produce Carbon-Negative Energy In California

Charles Kennedy of OilPrice.com reports that Chevron will produce carbon-negative energy in California. “The bioenergy with carbon capture and sequestration (BECCS) project is planned to convert agricultural waste biomass, such as almond trees, into a renewable synthesis gas that will be mixed with oxygen in a combustor to generate electricity, the U.S. oil and gas...

Biden’s ‘Buy America’ plan may hit a solar wall
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Biden’s ‘Buy America’ plan may hit a solar wall

"'This is the sector that is most clearly dominated at the moment by Chinese players,' said Ethan Zindler, head of Americas at BloombergNEF, during a webinar Thursday on clean energy supply chains hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies."

To go electric, America needs more mines. Can it build them?
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To go electric, America needs more mines. Can it build them?

"The clash of environmental priorities underpinning the battle over Tiehm’s buckwheat - conservation vs. green energy - is a microcosm of a much larger political quandary for the new administration of President Joe Biden, who has made big promises to environmentalists as well as labor groups and others who stand to benefit by boosting mining."

Cement and Concrete 101
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Cement and Concrete 101

"Cement is a literal glue that holds much of society together. Since the Roman Empire, cement and concrete have been used as a building block of societies. Today, concrete is the most used man-made material on the planet, used in everything from roads to buildings and more."

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