"Green Energy Claims" – Claims can be true or false; you need to do your homework.2014 RequestForProposals – Climate Change – Look here to see how climate is being changed and what that means to us.Dirty Energy – Is all energy dirty? No, but fossil fuels are, and you shouldn't pretend that burning garbage (Bio-waste ) is good for the environment.Environmental Problems Caused by Incinerators – Significant environmental issues can and have occurred, affecting the air quality, groundwater and surface running water, dumping ash created by burning/melting materials that are toxic components into local dumpsites and landfills. Find out. Fracking – Our neighbors would like to benefit from a short-term fracking boom , but can't get straight answers to fracking safety questions.Gasification – Gasification is a hot new technology. How efficient is it and how safe is it?Health Problems Caused by incinerators – Significant health issues occur when the population is exposed to air , water, or land pollution, shortening lives.Incinerator Proposals – The Stafford Board of Supervisors approved this. You should know what was done.Localities Fighting Incinerators – We are part of one US and one world, but there are others out there fighting the good fight.Pyrolysis – Pyrolysis is all the rage. There are no pyrolysis-based garbage incinerators running successfully in the US, and less than a handful are in operation worldwide. All previous attempts to implement this technology have been costly disasters.Pyrolysis - Global – Some examples of pyrolysis-based garbage-into-electricity plants; seems there aren't many, and their track record is sketchy at best.Recycling/Reuse – Really? Yes, really! Recycling and reuse can significantly decrease the amount of garbage that needs to be landfilled. All you need to do is to explain it to everyone.Stafford/Fredericksburg Incinerator – Take a look at what has gone on, and what might happen in the future.Toxic Waste From Incineration – Yeah, this is stinky, tacky, toxic, ashy, concentrated. It has to be dumped somewhere. And some of it could have been recycled.Zero Waste – Some cities have developed master plans to try to get to zero waste. They know it cannot be done, or can it? Even if they are unsuccessful, it is better for your health and the environment to recycle 70% of your garbage, instead of 45%.