This Lake Erie home is a spectacular attempt at tying architecture into a Great Lakes shoreline environment.
Editor’s note: Kari Lydersen reports for Midwest Energy News where this story first appeared. Debbie Dooley is not a tree-hugger – in fact she bills herself as a radical right-wing grandmother, and she is a founding member of the national Tea Party and a leader of the Atlanta Tea Party. But Dooley is also an outspoken proponent of distributed solar generation and other forms of renewable distributed energy. Dooley will be the featured speaker this week at the Wisconsin Solar Energy Industries Association’s Solar Social Speakers series – as advocates in the state say solar is under attack by elected officials, regulators and major utilities.
Current State speaks with the executive director of the Organization for Bat Conservation, Rob Mies.
Scientists have found that not only are flame retardants present in the birds but could be damaging their health and reducing their population.