Zach is currently the editor of Planetsave.com and Cleantechnica.com. He writes for numerous other green sites around the web as well.Zach has in-depth experience in a range of fields connected with the environment and society. He has a B.A. in environmental studies and sociology and a Master’s in city and regional planning.Learn more about Zach at ZacharyShahan.com.
By Zachary Shahan on August 31, 2011
I wrote back in January about how more private sector jobs had been created in 2010 than in Bush’s entire 8 years in office. I think this was a significant accomplishment. But there were and are a number of things hindering continued growth…
By Zachary Shahan on August 12, 2011
Oil companies are reaping massive profits and skirting taxes (with the help of fossil-fuel-friendly politicians) while the U.S. is in a debt crisis. Is that fair?
By Zachary Shahan on July 13, 2011
UK climate secretary Chris Huhne warns of increased war and violence from climate change.
By Zachary Shahan on June 13, 2011
The Friday release of Sarah Palin’s emails from her relatively short tenure as Governor of Alaska and rise to fame nationally (leading up to the 2008 election) have resulted in feverish scanning by journalists worldwide. One particular story of interest that has just popped up concerns her efforts to get a BP pipeline built in Alaska.. one year after the state’s worst oil spill in history.
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By Zachary Shahan on May 24, 2011
All new buildings may come with solar panels in Japan soon.
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