Nuclear Fission and Fusion’s roles in the future Energy Economy

By: Jame Huang Climate change will prove to be one of the most destructive state of affairs that the world will have to face or endure in the coming decades. The political, socio-economic, and special interest group opposition will continue to play major roles in impeding the structured and strategic solutions to mitigate GHG emissions. […]


by Saffie Jallow The main sources of power in the United States are Fossil Fuels (coal, natural gas, and petroleum). The majority of fossil fuels are inexpensive and abundant but their continued use has proven to have a negative impact on the environment over the years. In 2013, CO2 levels surpassed 400 ppm for the […]

Arguing both sides of the cap and trade debate

Arguing both sides of the cap and trade debate really made me understand that there is not one solution to climate change, or even just emissions control, that is going to be perfect in every scenario and for each participant. There are absolutely sacrifices that have to be made, and the biggest question is really […]