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Energy and Resources - Coal 6 Items
Report or White Paper, 2011
This document provides RMI's methodology for the analysis of the electricity sector in Reinventing Fire.
Journal or Magazine Article, 2010
This article was originally published on CNN.com in 2010 and expands on Amory Lovins' TED talk from 2005. In the article Lovins describes the progress made since RMI's 2004 book, Winning the Oil Endgame
This 2007 e-mail exchange between Steve Berry (University of Chicago), Peter Bradford (former U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commissioner and senior utility regulator), and Amory Lovins illustrates the cases for and against nuclear power in relation to climate and the environment.
Journal or Magazine Article, 2000
This commentary in the Aspen Daily News
was written in response to an op-ed by then Colorado State Rep. Carl Miller (D). In a previous edition of the newspaper, Rep. Miller wrote an opinion titled: "Electricity from Coal is Essential, Affordable and Increasingly Clean." Sen. Miller's piece reflected on the booming economy, the state's rapid growth, and rising energy prices in Colorado (notably rising natural gas prices), and proposed that Coloradoans look at coal as the solution, especially for those with economic hardships.
Journal or Magazine Article, 1991
This paper, published in 1991 in the Far Eastern Economic Review
, compares electricity use by electric utilities customers in the far Eastern countries with use by customers in the United States. Amory Lovins asks why Asia's utilities supply more electricity and ask their customers to do less with it, while many U.S. utilities seek to supply less and help their customers do more with it?
Journal or Magazine Article, 1972
In this article in The Ecologist
, Amory Lovins argues against the mining policies of the British government from the 1970s. Lovins argues that elegant resource frugality is a more logical, sensible and natural process of energy use than unchecked mining development.