Thursday, December 12, 2013

Cornell Profs Give Fossil Fuels an "F"

Well pad on Vial Hill Road, Terry Township, Bradford County, PA
Photo: Carol Manuel

Ithaca, NY — The Cornell University Faculty Senate made a strong statement on Wednesday by adopting a resolution that calls for the University to divest its $5.7B endowment from the top 200 fossil fuel holding companies. These companies control the vast majority of the world’s oil, gas, and coal reserves.

Read more here.

Just what is the natural gas potential for New York State?  Here are some great videos to watch:

How much natural gas is actually available in New York State?  Chip Northrup has an answer:

"Short answer, Nowhere near as much as the gas industry lobbyists lead people to believe. Not even fracking close."

Who is Chip Northrup?
Lives in Texas and Upstate New York. Private investor in real estate, Internet, oil and gas, offshore oil rigs, renewable energy technology. Wharton MBA. Read Full


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