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India’s Renewable Energy Investors Summit 2017 Rescheduled To Feb 2017


India has rescheduled its second renewable energy global investors’ summit yet again, this time preponing it.

Sri Lanka Eyes 70% Renewable Energy Share In Power Generation By 2030


Sri Lankan government intends to significantly increase the share of renewable energy in electricity generation by the end of the next decade.

Bamboo – The ABCs of Green Building Materials


Originally published on GreenBuildingElements.com Bamboo is a truly remarkable green building material.

Nearly 30% Of India’s Land Is Now Undergoing Desertification


Nearly 30% of India’s land is now undergoing desertification, primarily as a result of the land degradation accompanying overcultivation, overgrazing, deforestation, and the overexploitation of water resources in dryland regions, according to a new report from the Indian Space Research Organization.

SolarCity Contributes To Solar Micro Grids For Virunga National Park


Joe O'Connor and 4 other SolarCity engineers have installed 3 solar powered micro grids at ranger stations in Verunga National Park so rangers can better protect the animals and flora inside the park from poachers.

Uncertainity Looms As India Eyes First Wind Energy Auction


Project developers are apprehensive about India’s latest wind energy policy which calls for large-scale auction of projects.

India Plans 10 GW Solar-based Pumped Hydro Storage Capacity


India is planning to initiate work on several fronts to maximise the use of renewable energy at least cost possible.

US EIA: Natural Gas CO2 Emissions are Exceeding Coal Emissions


For the first time since 1972, energy-associated carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from coal are dropping below natural gas CO2 emissions.

GRID Alternatives Gives Women Free Solar Training


The face of the solar workforce is really starting to glow. As of 2015, women are now representing 24 percent of workers in the solar industry, up two percent from 2014.

America’s First Offshore Wind Farm Set To Being Operations in November


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EPA Integrating Cap-And-Trade Revenue In California Low-Income Neighborhood Bikeshares


It is no secret that the health of the air affects everyone. Presently, California’s plan for zero emissions and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are integrating cap-and-trade revenue to help stop air pollution in specific clean transportation programs.

Indonesia To Add 5 GW Of Solar Capacity In 2 – 3 Years Offering FiTs


Plan on solar-powered electricity in Indonesia to grow markedly in the next few years using FiTs. As reported by SolarServer, the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources (ESDM) has issued a Government Decree to provide support mechanisms for utility-scale solar photovoltaic systems, exhibition and management services.

Unitarians Sue for Religious Liberty to Use Solar Panels


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org First Parish Unitarians are crying ‘foul’ over a recent denial to allow solar panels on the rooftop of their iconic church in Bedford, Massachusetts.

Federal Appeals Court First To Sanction “Social Cost of Carbon” Concept


This month, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals became the first to sanction the "social cost of carbon" concept that is the foundation of most federal carbon emissions standards.

Climate Scientists Call Trump Energy Plan “An Existential Threat To The Planet”


Donald Trump laid out his environmental policies in a speech last week in Bismark, North Dakota. As usual, The Donald spoke in broad generalities without giving specifics.

Aluminum – The ABCs of Green Building Materials


Originally published on GreenBuildingElements.com Used in a wide variety of ways in the building construction market, aluminum is a very versatile green building material, especially when it’s recycled.

An African Eco-Lodge “Touching the Earth Lightly”


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org Constructed with an eagle’s loft in mind, a newly renovated eco-lodge in South Africa offers a bird’s-eye view from a well-feathered nest.

GOP EPA Chiefs Endorse Clinton over Trump’s “Profound Ignorance of Science”


Endorsing Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, two former EPA chiefs, both Republicans, are warning that Donald Trump’s energy policy “would set the world back decades.” William D.

The Environmental Impact Of The Olympic Games


By Katie McBeth The Olympic Summer Games are fast approaching, and sport’s fans around the world are starting to feel Olympic Fever.

Inuit People & Greenpeace Demand #SolarNotSeismics


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org Navigating through the icy waters of the Arctic, the Greenpeace ship “Arctic Sunrise” is delivering solar panels to the Inuit community of Clyde River, Nunavut.


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