fossil fuels

Energy Democracy & Puerto Rico

Energy Democracy & Puerto Rico

Fossil fuels aren’t just bad for the environment. They’ve arguably made their multinational companies richer while exacerbating social injustices and negatively impacting health and well-being in vulnerable populations. Energy democracy looks to reverse this narrative as it redistributes power by resisting the status quo and reclaiming and reconfiguring energy infrastructure.

How Batteries Replace Gas Plants

How Batteries Replace Gas Plants

Batteries don’t produce any energy, so how can they be used to replace the fossil fuel plants that do produce electricity? We take a look at California’s model to see how that works!

Carbon 101: IPCC Boiled Down

Carbon 101: IPCC Boiled Down

Climate scientists and policy makers frequently reference CO2 ppm and 2°C when they talk about climate change. What does it mean?! And now the IPCC report that we’ve been hearing about is upping the ante on what we need to do to curb carbon emissions. We put together this quick primer on emissions in case you need a refresher. Check it out!