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"We gave it our best shot." These were the words of Skipper Pete Bethune last week after the announcement was made that the crew of the biodiesel-powerboat, Earthrace, had been forced to abandon its attempt at breaking the world record of circumnavigating the globe.
Your kitchen is the heart of your home, where you store and prepare food that nourishes body and mind. Why wouldn’t you want this part of your house or apartment to be healthy and natural? Going green does not have to cost a fortune; you can make small or extensive green innovations. Consider these projects when making environmentally friendly changes […]
Today, SunBug Solar, a Massachusetts-based solar solutions provider, announced that it completed construction of a dual-use solar-terra photovoltaic system in Monson, Massachusetts. The design of the system allows the local landowner to harvest both sun from above and crops from below on land which has been in the family for three generations. The system, dubbed “Million Little Sunbeams,” is the […]
The Solar Impulse 2 on May 12 touched down in Tulsa, Oklahoma after an 18-hour flight from Phoenix, Ariz. The Solar Impulse 2 completed the 11th leg in its journey across the world powered only by the sun. The Solar Impulse 2 ground team had arrived earlier in the day from Phoenix via commercial airline, and two of their o
With gasoline prices hitting over $3 a gallon in the U.S., Claude Sapp, principal for Infinifuel Biodiesel, is working to turn the oldest geothermal plant in Nevada into a biodiesel processing facility, where camelina oil seed and even algae is becoming diesel fuel.
RENEWABLE ENERGY-FUELING THE FUTURE ????????????? ????? ??????? ?????????? ?? ??????????????????? ???? ????????? He represents all deities; he is brilliant and world-sustaining. He is the nourishing force for all worlds Today we can say that mankind has arrived from where it started; it has completed its full circle. We had started in the lap of mother nature, grew up, and […]
The American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) international tradeshow WINDPOWER 2003 kicked off this week with almost double the number of participants from last year.
Europe is the biggest energy junkie in the world. The EU is addicted to external energy sources, currently getting more than 50% of its energy from outside the region and that percentage is set to rise.
For those of us who live in communities traversed by power lines, it's hard to imagine life without electricity. But large swaths of the globe remain without this modern necessity. About one-fifth of the world, or 1.3 to 1.6 billion people, live in energy poverty, mostly in sub-Sahara Africa and parts of Asia, and to a smaller extent in Latin America and the Middle East.
This is my fifth blog on the Japanese renewable energy situation, based on my book, Japan’s Tipping Point: Crucial Choices in the Post-Fukushima World. (By the way, it’s now available as a paperback as well as an ebook.) Those of you who have followed these blogs already know that I think that the Japanese often specialize more in hype than […]
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