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N.B. Conservation Council wants Climate Change Plan legislated sooner than later

On the heels of New Brunswick Auditor General Kim MacPherson recommending the provincial government’s climate change strategy be legislated, environmental groups are calling for the law to be enacted immediately, something the province isn’t ready to commit to just yet. 314 more words

Politics

President Trump discusses wind energy, Paris agreement in Cedar Rapids

Jenna Ladd | June 23, 2017

President Trump hosted a campaign-like rally at the U.S. Cellar Center in Cedar Rapids Wednesday night and made false claims related to renewable energy and climate policy. 300 more words

Energy

It's Not Too Late to Speak Up!!

Speak Up Week of Action is happening 1-9th July

This summer get involved in a great opportunity to Speak Up about climate change and renewable energy… 174 more words

Fundraising

Synthetic options for the diesel engine

Synthetic fuels, such as oxymethylene ether, could prepare Diesel vehicles to play a major role in the drive train mix of tomorrow. Scientists at the TU Darmstadt are carrying out research into the practical viability of alternative fuels. 8 more words

Green Tech

Trump bashes wind energy in a state that gets a third of its electricity from wind!

On Wednesday night, President Donald Trump held a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he praised coal and ridiculed wind energy.

“I don’t want to just hope the wind blows to light up your homes,” Trump told the crowd.

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Renewable Energy

Technological innovation 'trumps' politics

Technological innovation, often induced by national and sub-national policies, is a key driver of global climate and energy policy ambition and action. Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement will hardly affect this trend. 8 more words

Green Tech

Wind Power Market Is Predicted To Grow Quickly Due To The Increasing Rapid Industrialization Till 2020: Grand View Research, Inc.

Global wind power market is expected to reach 760.35 GW by 2020 on account of increasing regulatory support from governments particularly in Europe in order to reduce carbon emissions. 779 more words

Renewable Energy