UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
There are few things more obvious to most people these days than the price of gasoline, electricity, and the approach of life-changing climate change. In fact, there is little doubt among most political and corporate observers that the United States will institutionalize a carbon market, making fossil fuel based energy even more expensive. However, renewable forms of energy will gain double benefit by competing on a more even playing field, and actually begin to have the carbon reducing impact they represent. The links below are some of the best we know for energy information to assist the campus and our communities in the transition that is not only essential to a cooler planet, but for an economically secure future.
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