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Amy Gleich

Contributor since: 25 Jun 2014

Amy Gleich

Freelance multimedia journalist. Recent graduate of the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication's Master's Program.

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Latest articles from Amy

  • Japan Finally Gets Tough On Russia

    Published 09 August 2014 | viewed 5,753 times

    caption: The Land of the Rising Sun is caught in a delicate balancing act when it comes to siding with the U.S. and the EU…

  • Global Hydroelectric Use On The Rise

    Published 06 August 2014 | viewed 37,797 times

    Until 1948, Hoover Dam was the largest hydroelectric plant in the world. It’s still the most visited dam in the world, with over 7 million…

  • Five Companies Riding the Wave of Ocean Energy

    Published 02 August 2014 | viewed 61,659 times

    What’s the one thing that could meet around a quarter of the United States’ -- and three-quarters of the United Kingdom’s -- energy needs, but…

  • What A World Powered By The Sun Would Look Like

    Published 28 July 2014 | viewed 22,794 times

    The Sun powers our solar system, so could it power all our Earthly needs, too? And if it someday could, where would all those solar…

  • Nuclear Waste Not Want Not

    Published 21 July 2014 | viewed 13,663 times

    This article started out as a piece about the 10 countries that generate the most nuclear waste annually. Unfortunately, the most recent data is from…

  • The Largest Landfill On Earth: Plastic Garbage In The Oceans?

    Published 15 July 2014 | viewed 74,910 times

    Think about the last time you got takeout or ate at a fast food restaurant. Or the last time you bought a pre-packaged food item…

  • The World’s 10 Most Energy-Efficient Cities

    Published 08 July 2014 | viewed 49,814 times

    Reykjavik, IcelandBy most measures, Reykjavik tops the list of energy efficient cities worldwide. Along with the rest of Iceland, Reykjavik relies on renewable hydropower and…

  • 10 (Unexpected) Uses of Oil

    Published 03 July 2014 | viewed 164,727 times

    The main use of petroleum wouldn’t surprise you at all. About 50 percent of the oil we use goes into making gasoline. In fact, about…

  • Follow the Yellow (Solar Panel) Road

    Published 02 July 2014 | viewed 13,044 times

    It's time for American roads to pull their own weight. Sure, we drive on them every day, enabling us to travel to practically every part…

  • 5 Bizarre Sources of Energy

    Published 30 June 2014 | viewed 10,951 times

    1. The Power of Family Nothing takes the pain out of burying a loved one like knowing you’re standing in a building being heated by…

  • ‘Steal Less, Invest More’ Advised At Ukrainian Energy Forum

    Published 25 June 2014 | viewed 16,323 times

    KIEV-- Steal less, invest more, run a fair game and, by all means, sell off the pipeline system that Moscow has been using to keep…

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