(The story of the Kara Sea oil well, which went from being multinational to being solely operated by Russia, continued) Now that the political dirt about arctic drilling is out of the way (Part 1 and Part 2 of this 3-part story), we’ll consider the threats from arctic drilling to the environment—the South Kara Sea between the Yamal Greatest Environmental Hazards From Arctic Drilling (Part 3) was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
In Bonn, Germany, the last round of formal negotiations before December’s key climate convention in Lima, Peru, is under way.
Solar market research firm NPD Solarbuzz has stated that it expects the US home solar market to reach 1 gigawatt in early 2015.
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Living off the grid has great appeal to a lot of people. It sounds idyllic. You are no longer dependent on broader society (well, at least not for electricity).
Everybody knows (or should know) that solar energy is clean and green, but there are actually many advantages of solar energy.
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Tesla Motors just made two huge auto announcements. The company paired them together, making them seem like one, but they are actually two separate things.
A new report, Seeing is Believing, focuses on the fact that tackling global warming doesn’t just protect us from disaster, disease, and premature death; it can also result in considerable economic boons.
Going through the trouble of planning a trip to a place in the city I hadn’t been was fu a long time back, but these days, the time to do so often steals time away from other important matters.
(The story of the Kara Sea oil well, which went from being multinational to being solely operated by Russia, continued) Let’s look at the pluses of the Kara Sea discovery first.
New data from GTM Research shows that the top home solar companies in the 2nd quarter of 2014 were, by far, SolarCity and Vivint Solar.
You may well ask why PlanetSave, a blog usually dedicated to positive developments and actions to save the earth, is reporting news about ExxonMobil and a Russian arctic oil well.
This year, nature brings us a special pre-Halloween treat: a blood moon. In the US and Canada, lift your eyes skyward in the early hours tomorrow morning for the second total lunar eclipse of 2014.
Today’s World Animal Day, celebrated across the globe since a 1931 convention of ecologists in Florence, Italy, conceived of it as a way to highlight the plight of endangered species.
I report on US electric car sales every month over on EV Obsession, but I hadn’t noticed this fun fact: Nissan has broken a record for Nissan LEAF sales in that month 19 months in a row.
When you next visit London, be sure to not only look out for red telephone boxes, but also green ones.
There’s progress on international Ebola vaccines. You may be hearing it here first. From the tone of US today’s media, it comes none too soon.
A rather strange-looking “feature” was recently observed forming, and changing, in the hydrocarbon seas of Saturn’s moon Titan by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft.
The respective top predators of the land and ocean environments of 210 million year ago — phytosaurs and rauisuchids — apparently hunt and fought with each other, according to new research from the University of Tennessee and Virginia Tech’s Department of Geosciences.