How well do you know the science of climate change? You might be surprised.Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!
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Premier edition of Edible Tulsa being distributed at the Cherry Street Farmers Market this morning. Congratulations, Edible Tulsa
China’s coal use dropped for the first time this centuryChina’s Coal Consumption Has Finally Decreased
Sierra Club. By Justin Guay. There may be a light at the end of the long dark tunnel: It appears China’s coal boom is over. [caption id=
Cities are HOTTER due to intensifying urban heat islandsCity Summer Heat Has Intensified With Climate Change
Saving Money Is No. 1 Sustainability Driver for CompaniesSaving money is the no. 1 reason executives give for being sustainable
Saving money is the no. 1 reason executives give for moving towards more environmentally sustainable business practices, according to a Grant Thornton report.
See-through solar PV materials that could generate power on windows, smartphonesScientists Invent a Way to Generate Electricity From Your Home’s Windows
A transparent solar concentrator turns window glass and even smartphones into solar panels.
Keeping our air conditioners powered in this hot weather forces utilities to build expensive power plants - plants that then sit idle for much of the rest of the year. But OG&E is pioneering another way.Summertime Air Conditioning Leads Utilities to Try 'Behavioral Science'
The United States uses more air conditioning than the rest of the world combined. Dealing with the high energy peaks has lead utilities to try everything fro...
Microgreens venture. Aquaponics, goldfish, Cool business.Going Greens: Edmond's Upward Harvest lives the gospel of local, sustainable growing practices
Edmond’s Upward Harvest has developed a proprietary aquaponics system that could revolutionize how we harvest our food.
Three Oklahoma Universities in the Top 30 Green Power Users in Higher EdTop 30 College & University | Green Power Partnership| US EPA
The Top 30 College & University list represents the largest green power users among higher education institutions within the Green Power Partnership. The combined green power use of these organizations amounts to more than two billion kilowatt-hours of green power annually, which is equivalent to av…
“Everybody’s pretty much downstream of somebody.”Oklahoma cities consider water conservation options
As demand for water grows, state and local officials in Oklahoma are looking at ways to make better use of the water the state has available. In many cases, communities are reusing water that flows down residents’ sinks, showers and, yes, toilets as a way to keep up with demand.