Tags » Zero-emissions

Coffs Harbour City Council commits to 100% renewables by 2030

If you want something done, do it yourself. Coffs Harbour’s Mayor has pledged to go 100% renewables by cutting greenhouse gas emissions and increasing renewable usage by Council to 50% by 2025. 586 more words

Renewable Energy

HBCU Money™ Dozen 3/16 – 3/20

Did you miss HBCU Money™ Dozen via Twitter? No worry. We are now putting them on the site for you to visit at your leisure. We have made some changes here at HBCU Money™ Dozen. 270 more words

The Dozen

Byron shire aims to lead Australia on zero emissions community plan

Byron Shire – in the northern rivers region of New South Wales – is aiming to become the first region in Australia to become “net zero emissions”, with a goal to reduce emissions from energy, transport, buildings, waste and land use to zero within 10 years.  39 more words

Events Local

Renewables market share lower than 2013

The renewables market share has gone down, but has been heavily distorted by a decline in hydro generation. Hydro storages are down after a period of intense running while the carbon price was still in place. 311 more words

Renewable Energy

Clean Energy is Just Smart Business for Leaders like Apple, Google

Corporate giants like Apple, have been heavily investing in renewable energy projects. This is now not only seen to be a financially sound move, but a major public relations activity.  1,059 more words

Renewable Energy

Zero Emissions: Why are Americans turning their back on an American Car manufacturer?

Often times the US is referred to as losing the race in STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics. Our National averages of student test scores, numbers of graduates and cutting edge researchers in these fields lag far behind several other countries in the world. 623 more words

A solar beacon in an uncertain climate

A unique partnership between St Kilda Community Housing and The People’s Solar will result in job training opportunities for at least 80 of the 337 disadvantaged people housed by St Kilda Community Housing (SCH), as well as lower energy bills for all tenants. 296 more words

Renewable Energy