Integrated Resource Planning Good for Louisiana Bill-Payers
B is for barrier, specifically radiant barrier.
Professor Sherwood Rowland was a scientist, particularly renowned for his contribution to raising awareness of the dangers of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).
A lot has been written since the announcement of BP’s $7.8 billion dollar settlement with the major plaintiffs in the Deepwater Horizon case. As with any major news story, particularly one that has a had so many developments over the last two years, there are many angles to consider. This spotlight focuses on the indirect elements and impacts of the announced settlement.
This Oscar nominated short was co produced by Yale Environment 360, together with filmmakers Ruby Yang and Thomas Lennon.
In this series of 26 posts, we’re going to break down the terms and concepts that are at the heart of what we do and what we fight for. We start with the letter A for Appliances. The appliances we use have a lot to do with our environmental impact on the planet. From who manufactures them and where to how much energy they require to work, the appliances we use determine how much or how little damage we do the planet at any given time. Nowadays, it’s easier than ever before to get appliances that have been built to maximize their energy efficiency. By using these appliances, you can ensure that you waste as little energy as possible while going about your daily routine.