Category Archives: Climate Change


How Safe Are The Pipelines?

On September 30, I’m traveling to Cheboygan to film Dr Timm’s presentation on the Straits pipeline. Eventually, the film will be posted on Youtube, but attending the talk is the best option to get an idea on what this issue is all about and meet up with like-minded folks. See you there…



Global Frackdown

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    Don’t Frack Michigan presents the 3rd annual Global Frackdown, taking place Saturday, October 11, at the Carnegie Library Building in Petoskey. Event begins at 2pm. Featured is a special musical performance by Dr. Goodhart’s Home Remedy and sponsored … Continue reading


My Earth Home

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From Red Sky Stage Radio’s Planet Michigan (airs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:45, 12:45, 5:45 & 8:45).……                  Today on Red Sky Stage Radio’s…Planet Michigan…I continue, and put to sweet rest…my 2-part Earth Home segment…music, of course and always…by the … Continue reading


My Solar Shower (Red Sky Radio Segment)

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(The following is my 6-19-14 program for Red Sky Stage Radio, which airs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:45, 12:45, 5:45 & 8:45)     …On today’s segment, and for the next few programs…I’m going to relate to you some of … Continue reading


Green Energy Fees Gone With The Wind

I just thought that my fellow Great Lakes Energy members might be interested, nay shocked, to learn that the major utility companies in Michigan are eliminating Green Energy fees after only four years of their appearing on energy bills (as … Continue reading


Michigan Treating The Symptoms Of Climate Change

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It was predictable.                                                                         The Michigan … Continue reading


Michigan’s Real Wind Energy Potential

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With misleading ads concerning Proposal 3, that constitutionally requires Michigan to produce 25% of its energy needs through renewable sources by 2025, I thought it would be helpful to show Michigan’s real wind energy potential. The map below is a … Continue reading