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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

  • Meet The Mad Scientists Performing Universe-Breaking Experiments

    Published 03 October 2019 | viewed 16,234 times

    Big things are happening at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The state-of-the-art intergovernmental research organization is home to the single biggest particle physics…

  • What Would Greta Thunberg's Dream World Look Like?

    Published 02 October 2019 | viewed 35,040 times

    A sixteen-year-old girl from Sweden has gotten a lot of attention (some supportive, much vitriolic) this week as she took on policymakers at the 2019…

  • Solar, Wind Are Now Cheaper Than Coal In Most Of The World

    Published 28 September 2019 | viewed 40,134 times

    The world’s premiere authority on global warming, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (or IPCC for short), announced in an alarming report at the end…

  • Who Is To Blame For The Decline In Permian Production?

    Published 24 September 2019 | viewed 30,394 times

    West Texas’ Permian Basin has had a rough year. Investors have been pulling away from the once-gushing Permian Basin after a year of diminishing returns…

  • This “Anti-Solar Panel” Could Generate Power From Darkness

    Published 23 September 2019 | viewed 118,667 times

    A new poll confirms that the majority of constituents in the United States are still opposed to president Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of…

  • Nuclear Fallout Drives Japan To World’s Cleanest Energy Source

    Published 21 September 2019 | viewed 23,836 times

    Japan needs to find an alternative to nuclear energy, and it needs to do so in a hurry. The Japanese energy mix has been in…

  • Tech Breakthrough Could Help Slumping Electric Car Sales

    Published 18 September 2019 | viewed 19,055 times

    While electric vehicles have long been touted as the future of the automotive industry, with Tesla becoming not only a household name but a veritable…

  • Coal Is Fueling China’s Data Center Boom

    Published 14 September 2019 | viewed 26,382 times

    China’s data center sector is heating up. “The rapidly growing market is largely driven by data-intensive industries such as cloud computing, an industry that the…

  • Brits Indebted On False Solar Promises

    Published 12 September 2019 | viewed 16,750 times

    Way back in 2017 (nearly ancient history in the world of energy tech) the United Kingdom was smashing its own solar power records and celebrating…

  • China Unfazed By U.S. Blacklisting Its Nuclear Firms

    Published 07 September 2019 | viewed 18,758 times

    Last month the United States made the controversial decision to blacklist one of China’s most significant state-owned nuclear power companies. According to an announcement on…

  • Is This The Key To Wider Nuclear Adoption?

    Published 04 September 2019 | viewed 7,906 times

    Around the world, a debate about nuclear energy is coming to a boiling point. Nuclear has dominated headlines, from Russia’s recent controversial launch of a…

  • The Ugly Truth About Biofuels

    Published 31 August 2019 | viewed 36,363 times

    It is a truth (almost) universally acknowledged that the world needs to stop consuming so many fossil fuels--and to do so in a big hurry--if…

  • Can This Multi-Billionaire Revive Alaska’s Oil Industry?

    Published 29 August 2019 | viewed 17,220 times

    Oil production in the once-gushing North Slope has been in steep decline for a number of years, with this year set to be the worst…

  • US Looks To Catch Up In Crucial Energy Tech Race

    Published 28 August 2019 | viewed 7,083 times

    The need for a flourishing energy technology sector, both in the United States and worldwide, is now more pertinent than it has ever been before.…

  • Tumbling Yuan Sends Ripples Through Petrochemical Market

    Published 27 August 2019 | viewed 10,796 times

    The trade war between China and the United States has triggered a global economic slowdown thanks to far-reaching tensions between the world’s two biggest economies.…

  • Authorities Bust Illegal Crypto-Mining Lab In Nuclear Power Plant

    Published 24 August 2019 | viewed 22,631 times

    Ukrainian news media is reporting that last month an illegal cryptocurrency mining operation was discovered and confiscated on the site of a state-owned nuclear power…

  • Why Hydrogen Is About To Get A Lot Cheaper

    Published 22 August 2019 | viewed 44,020 times

    Hydrogen gas has long been considered as a possible solution for combating climate change. Hydrogen is the most plentiful element and produces no carbon emissions,…

  • Tesla’s Newest Strategy To Salvage Its Slumping Solar Business

    Published 20 August 2019 | viewed 24,622 times

    Solar power is poised for a major boom. Solar panel technology is advancing by leaps and bounds and the industry’s infrastructure has never been so…

  • The U.S. Plans To Send Nuclear Reactors To Space

    Published 17 August 2019 | viewed 33,689 times

    While the nuclear energy industry is struggling to stay afloat in the United States, bogged down by public and political mistrust, crushing nuclear waste-maintenance costs,…

  • Australia Considers Lifting Its Nuclear Energy Ban

    Published 17 August 2019 | viewed 18,651 times

    Australia has been historically opposed to nuclear energy--on their own land, that is. While the nuclear option has long been dismissed in the land down…

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