Next 10’s Green Innovation Index, International Edition for the first time analyzes and ranks the economic and energy performance of the world’s 50 largest greenhouse gas emitting nations.
An Ocean Summit On Marine Debris was held in Newport RI in May as part of a ten day stopover during the 9 month long, 42,000 mile Volvo Ocean Race Ocean Summit on Marine Debris Held In Newport was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
Giant wind turbines could give a big boost to renewable energy production in the US, especially in southeastern states says a new report from the US Department of Energy Giant Wind Turbines Could Boost US Renewable Energy Production was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
Originally published on SolarLove.org Unhappy with any of the available methods of solar storage, a German inventor and engineer has put his favorite pastime of tinkering to good use.
Originally published on EdenKeeper.org From deep down in the Earth, 300,000 barrels of oil a day are filled in the Autonomous Republic of Bashkortostan.
A New Jersey firm has found a way to provide electronic energy-saving shading for windows at very little additional cost.
Significantly boosting electricity generation from renewable sources in the upcoming years, Saudi Arabia is expected to experience robust growth in its solar power market, with a special focus on Concentrated Solar Power technology.
Reinforcing its long-term commitment to sustainability and confidence in solar technology, IKEA officially plugged-in the largest rooftop solar array in Kansas.
It’s no secret that in the fight to protect the planet vehicle emissions are to be cut drastically in the next few decades.
Fully funded by the Chinese government, Yingli Solar announced that Pakistan’s Parliament House in Islamabad will be powered by 1 megawatt (MW) of high-efficiency multicrystalline Yingli Solar panels.
Rammed earth is cheap, tough and green and has been around for centuries. But modern architects are just rediscovering its many uses in construction.
Those with the bent of an inventor will probably like this one — NASA’s new “Journey to Mars Challenge” will be awarding up to $15,000 (from a total prize pot of $15,000) to contest entrants who come up with, and describe in great detail, one or more “Mars surface systems/capabilities and operations” necessary for the NASA’s Journey To Mars Challenge — Awards Of Up To $15,000 On Offer For Solutions To The Establishment Of Continuous Human Presence On Mars was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
Something very unique has happened in Arkansas! The Eco Center at Fernhill in Little Rock is a volunteer-built straw bale mecca for those looking for sustainable building options.
Reprinted from our sister publication, CleanTechnica. For the first time since people started tracking carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere, the global average concentration of CO2 has surpassed 400 parts per million for an entire month.
Voters in an Alberta election have handed conservatives a resounding defeat and elected more women to serve than ever before in Canadian history Alberta Election Votes Conservatives Out Of Office was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
SolarCity and Tesla are teaming up to change the world of electrical power. Battery storage and micro-grids will make utility companies and grids obsolete SolarCity and Tesla Will Change The World was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
Lowe’s Innovation Labs is now offering 3-D printing of household hardware items from a Lowe’s-owned Orchard Supply Store in Mountain View, California.
Originally published on InspiredEconomist.com On a mission to transform the globe “through ethical relationships with small-scale farmers, and an integral sustainability orientation at every point on the supply chain,” Alter Eco Foods has bitten off a big bite to chew on.
Last week, the British journal Nature Climate Change published study findings linking anthropogenic warming caused by the burning of fossil fuels and atmospheric release of carbon dioxide with weather events.
Four Belgian energy ministers, the federal minister, and three regional ministers commissioned three scientific partners as part of an effort towards evolving the Belgian energy system in 2011. The three partners are the Federal Planning Bureau (FPB), the Council of Institute and Studies in Sustainable Development (ICEDD), and the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO).