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1.5 Degree Climate Chances “Not Dead Yet,” But Gone Within A Decade

Disturbing news came out of a meeting in Oxford, England, last week. Over 200 researchers, policy makers, businesspeople, and members of civil society met to reexamine Earth’s deadline for human sustainability.

Open-Source Climate Change Data From NASA, NOAA, & Others Available For 1st Time


Climate change has many components — rising sea levels, alterations in rainfall patterns, and an increase in severe storm activity, among others.

Kazakhstan To Push For Renewable Energy Despite Low Oil Prices


Kazakhstan plans to aggressively invest in renewable energy in the next decade inspite of the current and prevailing low oil prices.

Brooklyn’s Largest Church is Going Solar


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org Founded in 1979, the Christian Cultural Center (CCC) is the largest church in Brooklyn.

Denmark To Help Indonesia Develop Wind Energy Projects


Denmark and Indonesia have signed an agreement to promote and expand renewable energy infrastructure in the south-east Asian country.

India Prepares To File Solar Content Cases Against US At WTO


With an intent to gain leverage over US, India is looking to file complaint against the US over the latter’s use of domestic solar power equipment.

Bricks – The ABCs of Green Building Materials


Originally published on Green Building Elements In terms of sustainability and green building materials, brick is probably king.

Trump Cabinet Could Include Oil And Gas Executives


Politico reports that Donald Trump is considering Forrest Lucas, an oil and gas executive to head the Interior Department.

Backlash on Planned Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant Closure


UtilityDIVE has reported local mayors and nuclear energy supporters now represent parties challenging Pacific Gas & Electric’s plan to close the 2,240 MW Diablo Canyon nuclear plant and replace it with a combination of renewables and efficiency.

Stylish Sustainability: New Student Village in Trondheim


Originally published on Green Building Elements Meaning more than just focusing on the environment, sustainability also means creating a sense of place and belonging.

First Atlantic Ocean Marine Monument Designated by USA


Permanently protecting nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains, the first national marine monument in the Atlantic Ocean was designated by President Barack Obama on September 15, 2016.

Solar Bid Prices Hit New Low In Abu Dhabi


For those measuring the bid price index of recent solar electricity bids, add Abu Dhabi as the new low price leader.

DARPA’s New Construction Materials… that Self-Repair?


Originally published on Green Building Elements Opening up a new field of design for construction technology, the US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is envisioning futuristic materials that repair themselves.

Indian State Of Tamil Nadu Gets Approval To Float 500 MW Solar Power Tender


One of India’s leading states in terms of installed solar power capacity, Tamil Nadu, will soon float a huge solar power tender with an intention to meet solar power purchase obligation.

Egypt Cuts Solar Power Feed-in Tariffs


Egypt has reduced solar power feed-in tariffs as the country’s solar power market expands and attracts several international developers.

US Lutherans Divesting from Fossil Fuels!


Originally published on EdenKeeper Committed to working towards a sustainable future, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is divesting from its fossil fuel investments!

Blocks – The ABCs of Green Building Materials


Originally published on Green Building Elements Blocks used for residential and commercial construction employ a wide variety of green building materials in their composition.

Morocco’s Mosques are ALL Transitioning to Solar Power


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org With the first phase deadline set for 2019, Morocco has launched an ambitious “Energy Efficiency in Mosques” program aiming to provide solar power for all the mosques in the kingdom.

Meet The Men Who Put Solar Shingles On The Roof


Originally published on CleanTechnica Solar shingles are now gaining increasing traction in the renewable energy landscape.

The Deep Ecology Collaboratory: A 3-day Environmental Conference


If you are concerned about the health of Earth’s biosphere and the threats to biodiversity, and want to take action to move things in a better direction, consider attending a 3-day environmental conference sponsored by Ecologistics, Inc.: The Deep Ecology Collaboratory The Deep Ecology Collaboratory: A 3-day Environmental Conference was originally posted on: PlanetSave.


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