Renewables are today on the verge of being price competitive with fossil fuels – and already are in many situations. So in 10 years, maybe just 5, it is a no-brainer that renewables will be significantly cheaper than fossil fuels in most places and will
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The fact that the now dominant capitalist economic system is unsustainable is not in doubt. It has contributed to the breaching of several ecological boundaries, in relation to climate change, biodiversity loss and nutrient enrichment. At the same time as damaging the natural systems that
thisbigcity: And Germany’s second-largest city has decided to unite them together via pedestrian and cycle routes, aiming to eliminate the need for vehicles in Hamburg over the next 20 years. Have your own #citydata you’d like to share? Send it our way!
Link: 5 Energy Trends That Will Impact Your Business In 2013 – Forbes Commercial Buildings Going Green. More buildings, manufacturing plants and office complexes in the U.S. are going “green,” or at least heading that way. December 25, 2012 at 12:37PM
Oceans Filled with Plastic Trash – Changing Marine Ecology « Stephen Leahy, International Environmental Journalist
Link: Oceans Filled with Plastic Trash – Changing Marine Ecology « Stephen Leahy, International Environmental Journalist Ban single-use plastic: bags, bottles, cups etc, scientists say Gerd adds: totally obvious step that needs to happen ASAP November 03, 2012 at 03:02PM
Link: Andrew Winston – Finding the Gold in Green while the world seems to be waking up to a fundamental, existential threat to our species (and not to “the planet,” which will be fine with or without us), the US policy debate remains mostly deaf,