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NPR ALWAYS CURIOUS TEE

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NPR ALWAYS CURIOUS TEE

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The West Texas Power Plant that Saved the World Paperback

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The West Texas Power Plant that Saved the World Paperback

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What if the harbinger of our greener future was a small power plant set in the middle of nowhere in West Texas? Longtime alternative energy executive Andy Bowman’s book makes exactly this case, outlining what he suggests is a more sustainable future for American capitalism. The West Texas Power Plant that Saved the World takes the Barilla solar plant in Pecos County as a test case for the state of renewable energy in the twenty-first century United States. For author Andy Bowman, this is a very personal story. Bowman grew up in Galveston and acutely remembers watching stormwater climb up seawalls and wreak havoc on his home. He weaves these memories into his coming of age over two decades in the alternative energy industry, beginning in the 1990s, and tracks it’s the industry’s fits and starts that lead to the Barilla project. Barilla was the first solar project to be built “on spec”: essentially, the plant was built without a contract in place and with the assumption that customers would come. That trailblazing wager represents a tidal shift in the alternative energy industry. In a clear voice, Bowman explains the climate science that necessitated this shift and makes business-based arguments for what the future should look like. The result is a book that tells a personal story of West Texan innovation, gumption, and vision, while also outlining how our society needs to equip itself to confront climate change.
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I Heart NPR 12 Oz. Spark Tumbler-Matte White

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I Heart NPR 12 Oz. Spark Tumbler-Matte White

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12 Oz Spark Tumbler with I Heart NPR logo. Double wall 18/8 stainless steel thermal tumbler with copper vacuum insulation, stainless steel rim, clear push-on lid, swivel closure, and powder coated finish.
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Public Radio Mason Jar-includes Passport

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Public Radio Mason Jar-includes Passport

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***EMAIL REQUIRED*** KTTZ PASSPORT- KTTZ Passport is an added benefit for valued donors of Texas Tech Public Media. With KTTZ Passport, you can enjoy past episodes of many of your favorite PBS and KTTZ-TV shows on demand using your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
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Classical Mug, NPR Logo Socks and Passport

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Classical Mug, NPR Logo Socks and Passport

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***EMAIL REQUIRED*** KTTZ PASSPORT- KTTZ Passport is an added benefit for valued donors of Texas Tech Public Media. With KTTZ Passport, you can enjoy past episodes of many of your favorite PBS and KTTZ-TV shows on demand using your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
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OPUS IN BRICK AND STONE BOOK

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OPUS IN BRICK AND STONE BOOK

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***limited quantity*** Opus in Brick and Stone: The Architectural and Planning Heritage of Texas Tech University explores the campus architecture of the Texas Tech University System, which was inspired by the sixteenth-century Plateresque Spanish Renaissance architectural style. This book details the parallels between the buildings of Texas Tech and those of their forebears from this relatively short period in Spanish architectural history, while exploring the remarkable stories behind the construction itself. A crucial element of Opus in Brick and Stone is to provide a visual chronicle of the campus’s unique architectural style. In addition to historic and contemporary photography, the book also includes a comparative drawing section that, through original common scale drawings of physical structures, explores in detail historic design sources alongside their campus counterparts. Opus in Brick and Stone also tells a fascinating history: included is biographic information on figures such as Houston architect William Ward Watkin, who was convinced that this Spanish architectural style aligned well with the South Plains of Texas, and later College Architect Nolan Barrick, a Watkin protégé. Through the stories of these and other key figures, readers come to understand how it was only through the vision of specific individuals that this fascinating architectural heritage came to be situated upon the plains of West Texas. The architectural history of Texas Tech University, then, is a carefully crafted, purposeful history. Opus in Brick and Stone celebrates and elevates this little-known history into a tradition that can be appreciated by all Red Raiders, past and present.
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KTTZ FM 89.1 T-Shirt

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KTTZ FM 89.1 T-Shirt

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KTTZ PASSPORT

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KTTZ PASSPORT

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