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address above.August 2009Study bumps Montana’s ranking to No. 2 for wind potentialAnyone who has spent any time in Montana could hardly be surprised by the

findings.A Harvard study, released last month, puts the Big Sky State in a tie with

Kansas - and second only to Texas - for having the greatest potential in

the nation for wind power.....Energy jobsWhy do empty nesters always have to announce their freedom? They maybe the

most wild people on the planet. The movie, "About Schmidt" is a perfect

example of unspeakable "Empty Nester" behavior. The only thing missing in

that mobile home monster was a wet bar and a hot tub. He had everything all

figured out, even his last day of work. Down to the last tick of the clock.

Although, his planning went awry, at the death of his wife. Ironic times

have hit the world, economies balanced on the tip of a moment in time. We

never thought a "Great Depression" could happen again. The cycle of

recession occurred much sooner than it had in the past. Our parents and

grandparents described the bottom of that "Depression" and today's economic

slope still looks slippery at the moment. They always gave us warnings

about debt and paying cash, it is advice that should still be followed.....Michigan businesses study potential of clean energy jobs planSOUTH BEND, Ind. – Joined by State Rep. Ryan Dvorak (D-South Bend),

Michiana business leaders today urged Congress to pass a clean energy jobs

plan that would boost Indiana’s economy and grow new jobs in the area.....Researchers: Renewable energy jobs are saferThe push for renewable energies has one more feather to put in its cap:

improved health for its workforce and the potential of evading death, at

least while on the job.....JOBS IN THE WIND: Target boosts green jobsHundreds of jobs are expected to be generated across the south-west after a

deal was brokered yesterday on a stronger national renewable energy

target.....U.S. tour touts green energy jobsA national transition to a ''clean energy economy'' will keep American

manufacturers busy and put millions of people to work. Oh, and help the

planet, too.....Green energy projects will lead to job boom, Smitherman saysRenewable energy projects can create 50,000 jobs in Ontario and help the

province finally shut down its coal power plants, Energy and Infrastructure

Minister George Smitherman told municipal leaders Wednesday.....Renewable energy laws pass Australia's parliamentAustralia's government struck agreement with opponents on Wednesday for 20

percent of the country's energy to come from renewable sources by 2020,

unlocking a $22 billion investment rush and reviving hopes of a later

emissions trade deal.....CIMC partners with USST to develop renewable energy projects and green jobsAlliance forged under CIMC Green Jobs Initiative aims to spur economic

development in tribal communitiesThe California Indian Manpower Consortium recently announced a statewide

alliance with U.S. Science and Technology, a renewable energy project

development company.....Taiwan to invest $1.4 bln in renewable energyTAIPEI, Taiwan's government will invest T$45 billion ($1.4 billion) in the

island's domestic renewable energy sector, it said on Tuesday, in a move it

says will help the sector grow nearly eight-fold by 2015.....Getting ahead with green jobsIn the midst of the worst recession in 70 years, it is not surprising that

the Obama administration is trying to m