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Book Review; 'The Economical Environmentalist' - Prashant Vaze

As part of my effort to live a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle, I’ve quickly discovered that educating myself on how to do so is a) really important to learn more about how I can actually change the things I do, and b) really motivating, in that I love imagining that there are other people out there who care about the same things I do, that we’re working together towards the same goals, and that there are people I can look up to who have already been through some of the same challenges I’m starting to face now. 476 more words

Zero Waste

Amundi: China will be the Game Changer this year

China will be a Game Changer in Climate Change issues, according to Amundi Asset Management, the leading European asset manager. – If last year was the year of COP21 and Paris climate meeting, this year it will be China, China and China. 426 more words



The power of people lies in how easily accessible information is.

Helen Hu Enterprises Inc. is an organization whose chief purpose is to identify, develop, and promote business opportunity related to sustainable energy and community infrastructure development.

Clean Tech

Second car or e-bike?

Battery and motor technology has moved very fast in recent years. Although the concept of electric bicycles is certainly not new, the technology behind it is moving with the times. 1,297 more words

Improving the energy efficiency of our home

Our home, actually started life as a builder’s workshop. It was converted into a home in the 80’s and has seen many renovations since. When we bought the property in 2012 it had an EPC rating of E, with a potential of C. 760 more words

The Elephant Not in the Room

There was a renewed feeling of optimism at this week’s Emission Reduction Summit in Melbourne, with the COP21 Paris agreement providing a platform of global commitment and inspiration for the “Who’s Who of Climate Change Action” in attendance. 344 more words

Greenhouse Gas Emissions


Washington, April 15, 2016 – The Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC), an initiative bringing together leaders from government, business and civil society, today called for global goals on putting a price on carbon emissions, while welcoming new high-level co-chairs at the CPLC’s first official meeting since being launched at Paris COP21 in December 2015. 540 more words

Climate Change