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Ryan Baker, City of Oklahoma City Office of Sustainability, poses for a photo at the Myriad Gardens, Thursday, April 13, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Efforts are underway to help Oklahoma capitalize on solar potential

Efforts are underway to help Oklahoma capitalize on solar potential

Oklahoma City was ranked at the city with the eighth moth solar potential in the country by Google’s Project Sunroof program.


Letters to the Editor: Aug. 31, 2016

Motherly advice The floods, wildfires and extreme weather events now becoming common are early warnings of greater challenges coming because of global warming and climate change. For more than 50 years, climate scientists have warned that rising levels of C02 and methane from human sources were warming the atmosphere and that, unless abated, would have

Tom nixed

Credit: Brad Gregg Wonder if his board liked the way they looked firing him? Closer to home, SandRidge’s board deemed Ward expendable just months after Aubrey McClendon, with whom Ward had founded Chesapeake Energy, was pushed out by his board. Shareholders these days seem to be more volatile than Glee fans. But don’t cry too

Life’s a beach house

Credit: Brad Gregg For Oklahoma City billionaire Aubrey McClendon, that might mean selling the beach house he’s never lived in. His $10 million home on Lake Michigan hit the market recently. The 7,000-square-foot behemoth of a getaway place in the Singapore Dunes of Michigan comes complete with a 1,300-square-foot separate guest house. The former Chesapeake

No time for pipeline

A major concern is the huge contribution tar sands oil is projected to make to global warming and climate change. Ninety-seven percent of climate scientists agree that the primary cause of atmospheric warming is the rising level of greenhouse gases, including CO2 methane and others. NASA’s leading climate scientist, Dr. James Hansen, has called the

No more stalling the Keystone XL

After almost 1,700 days, the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline remains in regulatory purgatory. Those of us who believe it will bring jobs and an economic boost have a new poster child: Cash Western Store. Mr. Berry echoed those sentiments when I visited his store a few weeks ago. The proposed pipeline, which

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