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Haley Zaremba

Contributor since: 05 May 2017

Haley Zaremba

Haley Zaremba is a writer and journalist based in Mexico City. She has extensive experience writing and editing environmental features, travel pieces, local news in the Bay Area, and music/culture reviews.

Latest articles from Haley

  • Why No One Is Interested In Building EV Infrastructure

    Published 21 March 2019 | viewed 8,259 times

    Across the United States, gas stations outnumber charging stations for electric vehicles by a ratio of approximately seven to one. Large stretches of highway without…

  • Is Beijing Losing Its Footing In South China Sea?

    Published 20 March 2019 | viewed 12,239 times

    The United States military launched nuclear-capable B-52H Stratofortress bombers over the heavily disputed South China Sea last week, where they “conducted routine training”. In these…

  • The Billionaires Battling It Out Over Biofuel

    Published 13 March 2019 | viewed 5,429 times

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency has been under pressure from the Trump administration to put together a proposal for how they plan to overhaul…

  • Why India Is Overhauling Its Oil & Gas Policy

    Published 12 March 2019 | viewed 8,984 times

    India is making major policy changes in order to attract more foreign investment and exploration in its oil and gas fields. As part of a…

  • Nuclear Is Not A Catch-All Solution To Climate Change

    Published 11 March 2019 | viewed 4,259 times

    Polling shows that the majority of United States citizens want the Trump administration to honor the country’s Obama-era commitment to the Paris Agreement to combat…

  • Should We Rethink Nuclear Power?

    Published 07 March 2019 | viewed 9,107 times

    While it seems to fly in the face of everything we believe and have been taught about nuclear power, it may actually be the safest…

  • Major Breakthrough Could “Turn Back The Emissions Clock”

    Published 03 March 2019 | viewed 18,808 times

    Meeting the Paris Agreement target of limiting global climate change to a maximum of just 2°C of warming will be no easy task. As the…

  • First Solar, Now Wind: China’s Renewable Dominance

    Published 28 February 2019 | viewed 11,153 times

    Wind power’s global growth rate slowed slightly last year, with a 3.6 percent drop in new installed capacity as compared to 2017’s growth rate. Despite…

  • Ex-Trump Advisor Wins Big On EPA Biofuel Tweaks

    Published 26 February 2019 | viewed 8,746 times

    It’s been a volatile decade for the United States biofuels industry, to put it lightly. In 2007 the federal government, as part of an effort…

  • Japan Eyes Microgrid Startup In Renewable Push

    Published 24 February 2019 | viewed 5,900 times

    Although blockchain was originally invented to serve as the public transaction ledger for Bitcoin, the revolutionary technology’s potential functions reach far beyond the world of…

  • One EV Maker Is Offering A Unique Solution To Blackouts

    Published 23 February 2019 | viewed 10,361 times

    Japan is extremely prone to natural disasters--tsunamis, typhoons, and earthquakes, to name a few--drastically complicating the already complex matter of energy security for the top…

  • What’s Behind Wall Street’s Secretive Biofuel Credits Market?

    Published 23 February 2019 | viewed 8,763 times

    The secretive market for trading biofuel compliance credits between Wall Street banks and other private interest may be in its last days, as the Donald…

  • How Sanctions Are Helping The U.S. Become A Net Oil Exporter

    Published 20 February 2019 | viewed 9,163 times

    It’s easy to forget now, but just a few short years ago the United States was the biggest oil importer in the world by a…

  • Researchers Scramble To Find Better Biofuel Alternatives

    Published 16 February 2019 | viewed 6,915 times

    With the aid of high profile political and media events like the Paris Agreement and the United Nations Climate Change Summit, greenhouse gas emissions and…

  • U.S. Biofuel Just Got A Major Bump

    Published 14 February 2019 | viewed 7,688 times

    The European Commission, the entity responsible for negotiating trade deals on behalf of the European Union, announced last week that they will now allow soybeans…

  • Is Ocasio-Cortez Right To Dismiss Nuclear Energy?

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 7,691 times

    Last week the Democratic party, backed by the new energy of a particularly young and leftist freshman class in the House of Representatives, finally unveiled…

  • Looming Elections Could Exacerbate Alberta’s Pipeline Problems

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 6,916 times

    As Canada continues to struggle with a dire deficit in pipeline capacity, the government is looking for new solutions. With oil prices deep in decline,…

  • The Renewable Revolution Has A Lithium Problem

    Published 12 February 2019 | viewed 17,946 times

    As the global middle class rapidly expands, so too does the worldwide demand for energy and its subsequent carbon footprint. Global climate change will be…

  • Tax Cuts Or Not, Mexico’s Pemex Is Doomed

    Published 10 February 2019 | viewed 23,875 times

    Last week a hefty package of $3.5 billion worth of tax cuts were granted to the struggling state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) to be…

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    Published 06 February 2019 | viewed 10,082 times

    After a decades-long legacy of dismissing the potentially meteoric rise of electric cars, oil and gas companies are finally changing their tune. In fact, in…

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