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Last month, Russia unveiled a massive energy efficiency plan as the country wastes as much energy as the French economy consumes.
To solve this, Dmitry Medvedev's government will invest no less than $300 billion in order to cut the amount of energy spent per unit of economic output by 40 percent by 2020.
Even if nuclear is not the ultimate solution to our energy needs, we should support nuclear for the ten reasons outlined in this article. Hope you will like it !
Some great tips to prepare for the economic turmoil forecast this year.
If you are unemployed, did you think about working in the sustainability and energy areas ? To the author, this might be a good solution.
According to this interesting article, VIVACE (standing for vortex-induced vibrations for aquatic clean energy) could enable us to harness a lot of energy from our rivers and waterbeds around the world. The potential is huge...
With the rapid rise of corporate sustainability consciousness has come an entirely new entrant to the C-Suite: The Chief Green Officer Green or Sustainability executives - at senior or middle management levels - are popping up all over.
A look at fusion energy, the future of nuclear.
Even if it sounds promising we shouldn't bank on it right now and this post explains clearly why and provides alternatives.
If you are looking for simple ways to save money in this time of recession, look no further as this post provides us with ten great tips !
Article exploring the most promising gas alternatives today as well as their environmental impact.
South Korea plans to invest 38 billion USD (28 billion ) over the next four years in renewable energies, efficiency and other environmentally friendly solutions.
These investments are due to create a million jobs. Why couldn't the USA or Europe do the same ?
Climate change and its many consequences such as decreasing snow amounts, rising sea levels and millions of refugees could become a major challenge to national security for many countries.
This post provides us with more data on this threat.
An article on one of the most worrying consequences of climate change is the decreasing amounts of snow.
The Himalayas brings water to nearly 1.5 billion people, a quarter of Mankind. As climate change increases dramatically in Asia, there is less and less snow, and thus water.
If you let your computer idle while you are away or asleep, you might consider to allow Harvard and IBM to use it to do calculations for the Clean Energy Project.
Due to find new ways to create more efficient solar photovolta? panels and later of batteries, this project already has over a million people donating some of their computer time.
the head of the IPCC is not satisfied with the Poznan talks. this is the occasion to think about the will of our leaders to solve the climate crisis.
A good review on what could be the future of cars.
So you think going green is expensive ? that it will make you spend more ? Read this article, it proves the exact opposite with many examples.
Going green saves money... ideal solutions at a time where households fear recession.
A great article on how America can benefit from a new Apollo Program on energy conservation and renewables. Solutions exist and are realistic.
Let us apply them !
An article on how phantom power uses a LOT of energy in your house everyday.... and ideas to solve this. A must read article ! ;)
Your food may be dangerous to your health. This article provides an overview of the main dangers that can be found in our plates and how to avoid them.
A most interesting post on how we throw a huge lot of stuff of all kind every hour of every day. Frightful yet instructive.