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Climate Change Campaign Event

Climate change is becoming the main obstacle to poverty reduction worldwide. The devastating effects of climate change (shortage of food, rising food prices, destruction of infrastructure) are being felt now and the most vulnerable communities are suffering first and worst. 429 more words

CAFOD East Anglia

The World's Most Innovative Companies in Energy / Enerji Alanında En Yenilikçi Firmalar

Source: http://www.fastcompany.com/most-innovative-companies/2014/industry/energy?utm_source=facebook
1. TESLA MOTORS

For obliterating the major barrier to wider adoption of electric vehicles. Sure, Tesla has carved out an undisputed lead in the electric-car industry with its revolutionary Model S, but the unveiling of the company’s charging stations was equally noteworthy and less heralded.

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Science&Tech

Taxpayers shouldn't pay for Liberals' actions

Re: Wynne: Set up or complicit? Opinion column, by Chris Vander Doelen, April 8.

I really wish the Liberals could be made to repay the $1.1 billion from their own party funds. 269 more words

Letters

After 4 years with Smart Grid Power Prices Skyrocket

One of the provinces here in Canada instituted a “Smart Meter” electric power grid about 4 years ago.  For those who don’t know the “Smart Meter” keeps track of not only how much power is consumed, but at what time of the day it is used.  378 more words

Federal Politics - USA

Green Policies Hurt the Poor

How Green Policies Hurt the Poor.

Anything that makes energy more expensive is bad for the poor.

“In the last five years, it has become 63 percent more expensive to heat a home in the United Kingdom. 80 more words

Politics

Land Airbus (the future of the city)

  • A company in China has come up with an innovative way to alleviate mounting traffic and congestion problems in the country’s urban areas. It’s called the “Land Airbus,” and it may very well define China’s transportation future.
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Environment

Take Climate Change Seriously

A U.N. panel (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) reported today that it would cost less to prevent climate change today than to deal with it later. 70 more words