Category Archives: Climate Change

A “War on Energy” — What Does that Really Mean?

      Recently, Josh del Sol, Director of the smart meter documentary Take Back Your Power, declared in a blog post that there is a “war on energy.”  This is a dangerous oversimplification. I think it would be more … Continue reading

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Stop Smart Meters! Marks 5 Years Standing Up to Utility Bullies

It’s been five years since StopSmartMeters.org was founded. Our early efforts together to get 57 California municipalities to stand against smart meters was a spark that ignited an international rebellion against the red-herring technology. This anniversary is about all of … Continue reading

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An Earth Day Statement on Smart Meters, Technology and Community Rights

By Josh Hart MSc Director, StopSmartMeters.org As we mark Earth Day 2015 today, let’s take a moment to reflect on the real threats to life on the planet, and take a look at some of the false, undemocratic “solutions” that … Continue reading

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Stop Smart Meters! Nominated for 2014 Luddite Award—VOTE!

By Josh Hart MSc, Director,                             Stop Smart Meters!   “Power, like a desolating pestilence, Pollutes whate’er it touches; and obedience Bane of all genius, virtue, freedom, truth, Makes slaves of men, and, of the human frame, A mechanized automaton.” -Percy … Continue reading

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Russell Brand Takes Back His Power

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