Flush With Cash, Right-Wing Extremists Train the Future Zealots of Pro-Israel Campus Activism
Sweden Is Moving Toward the 6-hour Workday — and It's Turning Out Great
Harvard's Prestigious Debate Team Loses to New York Inmates
Valeant Pharmaceutics Raised Prices on Needed Drugs, Then Its Stock Took a Hit
What the Classroom Didn't Teach Me About the American Empire
Chris Abani $14.54
Edited by Cynthia E. Cohen, Roberto Gutiérrez Varea and Polly O. Walker $21.95
Bulgaria has less than six years left to reach its binding EU target of producing 20 percent of its energy from renewables. One renewable energy form—micro-hydro technology—is causing controversy.
niseag03 (CC BY-ND 2.0)
A new funding idea for developing countries could provide the renewable electricity output equivalent of 100 new coal plants by 2020.
View the most popular tags overall?
View all tags?
Posted on Oct 7, 2015
A Progressive Journal of News and Opinion
Publisher Zuade Kaufman | Editor Robert Scheer
© 2015 Truthdig, LLC. All rights reserved.
Website development by Hop Studios