GRACEnotes November: State of Clean Energy, Questionable Salmon and the Value of Water

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GE Salmon: Swimming Away with Subsidies: Despite the potential environmental threat posed by genetically engineered fish, biotech corporation AquaBounty has received more than $2.4 million in federal research grants since 2003 to support its GE salmon project.

Through Art, the Value of Water Expressed: As the most common chemical compound on earth, water shows up everywhere and expresses its diversity in many ways. Water’s latest appearance arrives in an art exhibit called The Value of Water: Sustaining A Green Planet at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Freeing the Grid: A Look at Clean Energy in the U.S.: The latest Freeing the Grid report aims to help level the playing field for clean energy. Download the new report to see if your state makes the grade!