Timothy Hurst is the editor at Ecopolitology and Earth & Industry as well as the executive editor of the LiveOAK Media Network. He writes mostly about energy and environmental politics, clean tech, infrastructure and green business. When not reading, writing, or talking about environmental politics to anyone who will listen, Tim likes to ski, hike with his aging lab and get dirty in his Colorado veggie garden. Find Tim on Google+.
By Timothy Hurst on February 28, 2012
The graphic also explains how to read the National Fenestration Rating Council’s label you see on new windows as you shop. Unfortunately, for logophiles like me, the FTC only use the word “fenestration” once.
By Timothy Hurst on July 19, 2011
As some members of Congres continue their jihad against compact fluorescent lamps, or, CFLs, NPR’s Science Friday looks at traditional incandescents and compact fluorescents and asks if CFLs are an Eyesore Or Sight For Sore Eyes?
By Timothy Hurst on January 7, 2011
They always say energy efficiency is the low-hanging fruit. Well, the lowest of the low-hanging fruit of energy efficiency is probably insulation. Check out this snazzy infographic from our friends at WellHome to learn more.
By Timothy Hurst on January 3, 2011
If you’re one of those people that starts thinking about shopping for the following Christmas on December 26th, or you are looking for a unique birthday or Father’s Day present, this quilt made with neckties may be exactly what you are looking for.
By Timothy Hurst on November 10, 2010
What do you do with those stacks of of old, damaged or just plain bad vinyl records you came across at a garage sale or in your aunt’s attic this summer? If you’re Nashville musician Matt Glassmeyer, you use them as shingles.