When energy is accessible to everyone, it will solve many of the world’s problems, and storage through renewable energy batteries has the potential change the future for the better.
Help Yourself To A Greener Climate This Earth Day!
It doesn’t take a fortune to do something positive for the climate on Earth Day. In fact, many celebratory activities are 100% free. We list a few of these below. … [Read full article]
Following Major Solar Development in Egypt
With major solar development and deployment getting underway in the country, Egypt is ramping up to full-speed-ahead. The swell of international finance, development, and construction firms inundating the nation is … [Read full article]
Fixing The Unseen Infrastructure: The Value Of Water
The Value of Water Coalition hosted an in-depth conversation at the Newseum in Washington DC on the current condition of water infrastructure in the United States, the consequences of letting … [Read full article]
"Clean Gas" More Dangerous Than Coal, Industry Expert Tells TV
US “clean gas” wells in operation (Irekia-Eusko Jaurlaritza in blogs.lse.ac.uk) Turns out that just about everyone (including President Obama) has been hugely underestimating the methane pollution levels of so-called “clean … [Read full article]
Costco Adopts Sustainable Seafood Policy (correction)
Costco has responded positively to its shareholders’ suggestions in a letter posted on its website last month. Costco has, as of 2009, voluntarily disclosed more information about its seafood suppliers.
Additionally, Costco has begun working with suppliers of farmed salmon to insure compliance with the Salmon Aquaculture Dialogue and will partner with the World Wildlife Fund to monitor Thailand’s compliance with the Shrimp Aquaculture Dialogue.
Global Warming in 5 Minutes, from a Top Hedge Fund Manager
As good of a summary on global warming as you can find. You can read what green bloggers have to write about global warming all day, but when a top … [Read full article]
Cleantech Investments Reached New Heights in 2007
Venture capital investments in clean technology reached an impressive $5.18 billion last year in North America and Europe. North American-based companies received three times the investments of the European-based companies. … [Read full article]