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The Laws Of Physics Not Consciously Aware of Human Behaviour, Reports The Australian

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There’s a clever way of criticising something, without needing to adhere to logic or reality. For example: 842 more words

Renewable Energy

Data in Real Time Key To Savings

The future of shipping lies in having the technological expertise to measure vessel performance in order to achieve optimal fuel efficiencies and support regulatory demands. Given the increasing fuel costs and environmental pressures on compliance, freight rates are now very close to operating costs, leading to razor-thin margins, and, in many cases, operating losses. 872 more words

TECHNICAL

Our Weekly Newspaper Column Marks Two Years

This weekend marks the two-year anniversary of this column – 104 weeks of eco-design thinking, advice, maths, science, Neil Diamond tributes, and the tiniest bit of constructive criticism. 627 more words

Eco Thrifty Renovation

The impact of energy efficiency on Germany’s economy

We are always looking at the non-energy benefits of energy efficiency. This is a good example from The Local, Germany’s News in English, about the impact of energy efficiency on exports. 590 more words

Energy Efficiency

What they are saying

Letter to the editor in The Independent, April 15, 2014

Energy Secretary Ed Davey need not worry about having to persuade other European governments about the need to take Putin’s energy threat seriously (14 April). 131 more words

Energy Efficiency

TWO WINDOWS, ONE SET OF DRAPES

I like to use drapes that reach from floor to ceiling, even over windows that are not full length. I believe the extra material helps to trap the cold air. 147 more words

Money Saving Ideas

WWF Targets Transportation, Agriculture, and Waste for Emission Reduction in PH

“We have one of the highest power rates in Asia, mostly because of inefficiencies in the power sector and our reliance on imported fossil fuels. With coal and oil prices rising from increased demand, we will pay even more in the coming years – unless we invest in indigenous Renewable Energy now,” explains WWF-Philippines Climate and Energy Programme Head Atty. 781 more words

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