On Saturday night WaterFire Kansas City 2008 could be seen along Brush Creek running through the County Club Plaza. Why are we celebrating carbon fuels, greenhouse gases and pollution when its “art,” but not when the same things are used to create power?
On Sunday the Great Plains Alliance for Clean Energy (GPACE) and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius were a political tag team in the Wichita Eagle as they both pushed for a long-term energy policy focused on unreliable sources of energy. Don’t misundestand: I am all for using wind energy when it makes sense. I was one [...]
Repeated offense from 2006? This morning the Kathleen Sebelius Committee sent out an email with the subject “Our Energy Future.” The email addressed Sebelius’ view of the debate over the coal plants in Western Kansas during this year’s legislative session. Gov. Sebelius did not ask for contributions in words in her letter, but there was [...]
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius on Friday vetoed for the third time a bill allowing two coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas. With Gov. Sebelius and Kansas Department of Health and Environment Secretary Rod Bremby so concerned with the carbon dioxide emissions from these coal power plants, how soon will they also try to eliminate the carbon [...]
On Saturday representatives from the Great Plains Alliance for Clean Energy (GPACE Action) 527 PAC were knocking on doors in parts of Johnson County looking for voters supportive of global warming. GPACE Action representatives were asking interested voters to sign a card and “GPACE will make sure it is delivered to your state representative.”
Like Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, you’re against that dirty coal power plant in Western Kansas polluting our air with carbon dioxide? But being “green” is something for others especially when you can fly with the Governor on the State’s plane to a sports event? Let’s start this story with a trip to New Orleans to watch [...]