Great article by Jonathan Hiskes at http://www.grist.org! Bjørn Lomborg — Danish statistician, self-styled “Skeptical Environmentalist,” shrewd self-promoter — is updating his long-held position that climate change isn’t much of a problem, the Guardianreports: The world’s most high-profile climate change sceptic is to declare that global warming is “undoubtedly one of the chief concerns facing the world today” and “a … Continue reading
Learn more at: http://www.350.org . Bill McKibben, 350.org founder, appears on the David Letterman Show to talk about our campaign to put solar back on the White House and the upcoming 10/10/10 Global Work Party this October 10, when millions of people around the world will get to work on climate solutions. Follow our effort … Continue reading
site: http://www.earthhour.org twitter:http://twitter.com/earthhour This December world leaders meet in Copenhagen to decide how we deal with climate change. What sort of future would you have them choose Earth or Global Warming? Hundreds of millions of people have already voted for Earth with their light switch. Its time to show where you stand. Its time to Vote … Continue reading
Thank you Jeremy Korzeniewski of AutoblogGreen for the Heads up on this video. more about “VIDEO: Jay Leno’s Garage welcomes the…“, posted with vodpod
$84 Million Investment in Geothermal Power Announced by Department of Energy : TreeHugger.
“President Barack Obama unveiled budget projections that foresee the federal government collecting more than $50 billion a year by 2012 from the carbon cap-and-trade system he proposed earlier this week. Administration sources told the Washington Post that $15 billion of carbon cap revenues would go to development of renewable sources of energy, while $60 billion … Continue reading
Thank you Christine Blackman of Cleantech Group for this fantastic article on some of the hottest clean technology startups. Three of Cleantech’s favorite picks from the Cleantech Forum in San Francisco this week. “Ener-G-Rotors: Schenectady, N.Y.-based Ener-G-Rotors developed an expander appliance to capture low-grade, low-temperature waste heat from industrial, combined heat power operators and commercial … Continue reading