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Renewable Energy Update: July 2014

A lot has been happening in the renewable energy realm this summer, especially when it comes to green technology. So far this year, renewables have accounted for… 315 more words


Alpin highlight the challenges facing green entrepreneurs in the Middle East

Allen & York’s Middle East team take pleasure in supporting a number of small entrepreneurial businesses as well as the large international conglomerates.

One such business making big steps forward in the UAE Green Building industry is Alpin, for whom Allen & York recruited a new Head of Sustainability earlier this year. 149 more words

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Should edoc be mandatory?

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has suggested that the United Kingdom government seriously considers making mandatory online system for recording waste transfers – edoc, which was jointly developed by the CIWM and the other edoc partners; Environment Agency in partnership with the waste sector and government bodies from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 243 more words

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Book review - Making the Modern World: #Materials and #Dematerialization

Review by Paul Gilbert from Chemistry world

Book by Vaclav Smil

This book serves as a timely reminder of the importance of addressing society’s unchecked and imbalanced use of materials.

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Video: Burst water main floods Sunset Boulevard and UCLA

euronews (in English), Jul 30, 2014

It started as a small crack in a water pipe and within minutes a three metre wide hole was sending a jet of water 10 metres into the air in Los Angeles. 103 more words


California’s Drought Could Tip America Toward Economic And Social Turmoil

Source: Alt-Market, by John Myers

“We never know the worth of water, till the well is dry.” — saying No. 5451, as collected and listed in Gnomologia by Thomas Fuller, M.D. 247 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Inglorious Fruits and Veggies

The other day as I was wandering around the interwebs, I found this interesting new craze coming from France known as the “inglorious fruits.” A program dedicated to finding a way to keep people from throwing away fruits that are still good, but not quite as pretty. 42 more words

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