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Plastic Waste Management

Plastic Waste Management The disposal and recycling of plastics has been a prominent environmental issue for the past few decades. Plastic is challenging to recycle due to the array of differences in plastic products (i.e. colors, weights, and compositions) as well as its vulnerability to

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Studying Energy Market Reform in the Carolinas

Studying Energy Market Reform in the Carolinas Background In the Carolinas – and the Southeast by extension – residents get their electricity from either a private or public provider. If the energy provider is a private for-profit utility, their business goal is to maximize the

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Achieving 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Achieving 100 Percent Renewable Energy By the numbers, the vision of 100 percent clean energy across the United States grew exponentially in one year’s time: In 2019 alone, 51 cities and towns, four states, Puerto Rico, and Washington D.C. committed to 100 percent clean, renewable energy.

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Difficulty of Local Government Vehicle Electrification

Difficulty of Local Government Vehicle Electrification In the last blog, we covered the 27 North Carolina local governments that have adopted a 100 percent renewable energy resolution. There are many strategies to achieve this goal and vehicle electrification is undoubtedly a key one. In fact,

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