It is the fundamental issue of our time: Energy; where we get it; how we use it; what happens then. It powers our homes and our economy; it creates troubled alliances and disturbing divisions; it empowers and impoverishes; it enables almost all that we do and now threatens all that we have become. BURN: An Energy Journal offers specials hosted by one of public radio’s most trusted journalists and master storytellers, Alex Chadwick.
- The fire has burned through almost 2,000 acres since Tuesday morning.
- During last week’s Alaska Wood Energy Conference in Ketchikan, participants heard three “case studies” from communities in Alaska that have invested in biomass: Galena, Ketchikan and Tanana.
- The foods we choose to put on our plates — or toss away – could have more of an ecological impact than many of us realize.
- The country's National Grid announced Friday it was on its way to a full day without requiring its coal plants to produce power. Britain plans to eliminate the energy source by 2025.