Greensc.Blogspot.Com: Domain DB Profile

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All Media Count   4
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   3 (75.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.80
Combined Polarization   7.46
Combined Activity   0.99
Combined Personalization   0.99
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   2.80
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   4/2/2010
Last Seen   5/31/2010
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  3 / 3129 days (0.10%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Robert Bryce   50.00% (2)
Eggert A   25.00% (1)
Santa Cruz Facebook   25.00% (1)
Capitola Coe   25.00% (1)
Doe-Supported Westcarb   25.00% (1)

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Department Of Energy   50.00% (2)
California Energy Commission   50.00% (2)
Commission Byron   25.00% (1)
Letter To Santa Cruz City Council Optimism   25.00% (1)
A Rational Energy Program   25.00% (1)

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Byron, California, United States   50.00% (2)
Centralia, Washington, United States   25.00% (1)
Department Of Energy, District Of Columbia, United States   25.00% (1)
Jiangsu, Jiangsu, China   25.00% (1)
Farr, California, United States   25.00% (1)

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Greensc.Blogspot.Com   75.00% (3)

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Blog Posts

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Santa Cruz Green Watch: California Energy Commission - CCS (Carbon <b>...</b>

...... [Note: This is first post on a complex, technological ambitious - and controversial - effort called Carbon Capture & Sequestration. Errors are my own. My purpose is not to spread more misinformation.] Commissioner Byron said that Calfornia should be a leader in this technology, as it is in energy-efficiency. At this meeting CEC approved a $4MM contract for WESTCARB to build upon Phase II (a ......

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Pol: 8.21%
Act: 27.36%
Per: 0.91%
Que: 3.70%
Exc: 0.00%

Santa Cruz Green Watch: California Energy Commission - Jobs <b>...</b>

...... letter to the NYTimes about public financing of CCS, although the author appears to be pro-nuclear and doesn't mention energy-efficiency. Robert Bryce's opposition to financing carbon sequestration development is right on point. Tax dollars should be devoted exclusively to financing research and development on clean energy. If "clean coal," including sequestration, is a sound approach, the ......

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Tone: 3.96%
Pol: 8.02%
Act: 24.39%
Per: 1.39%
Que: 15.00%
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Santa Cruz Green Watch: California and China - 3

...... researchers to work cooperatively, leveraging resources of both countries. This is significant and is just beginning. The 3 main areas of research encouraged by CERC: -green buidings -carbon capture & sequestration (coal is not going away) -vehicles I can not explain it better than this NY times article. However, I wish to add 2 points: -California already has 1 or more ......

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Tone: 3.52%
Pol: 6.15%
Act: 20.00%
Per: 0.66%
Que: 24.24%
Exc: 6.06%


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