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Needs For Energy Industry in Canada 2° (2 replies)

An article on how Canada faces challenges in innovation of its energy industry: http://share.fpconversations.com/army.html Do you agree with a long term solution?

Started by Jerry S. in September 2012, about Economics

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Overpopulation 2° (2 replies)

Overpopulation is one of the world's problem. The population in the world is getting larger and larger and the resources are getting smaller. But i believe that through this problem, abortion isn't a solution in solving this problem. Replacement of the natural resources is a better one.

Started by Inah P. in March 2013, about Population

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Crown Capital Eco Management: Biomass Boiler Addresses Alaskans' Environmental, Economic Concerns 2° (2 replies)

Southeast Alaska Discovery Center in Ketchikan, which provides information to more than a million visitors each year, is the site of a pilot biomass boiler system now coming to life. Two oil-fired boilers serving the 250,000-sq-ft center were replaced with a highly efficient system fueled by local wood. Manufactured by ...

Started by Cris L. in November 2012, about Climate Change

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Lets change the world and make ot green! Support us supporting the world! 0° (no replies)

Did you know that over 1.2 billion people at this present moment dont have electricity? Small things that we take for granted as in just something normal like cooking without wood?!? Got your attention there.. The reason for the majority of these people are simple; not being able to affort ...

Started by John M. in October, about Green energy

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Lets change the world a bit! 0° (no replies)

Did you know that over 1.2 billion people at this present moment dont have electricity? Small things that we take for granted as in just something normal like cooking without wood?!? Got your attention there.. The reason for the majority of these people are simple; not being able to affort ...

Started by John M. in October, about Clean Technologies

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Life on earth is dying, thanks to one species 0° (no replies)

The Living Planet report provides shocking proof that humans have to change our behaviour By Geoffrey Lean6:20AM BST 01 Oct 2014 Five times in the past 440 million years, life on earth has suffered a great dying – a mass extinction eliminating between half and 97 per cent of species. ...

Started by Tiffany S. in October, about Global Dimming

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Ancient Climate and Evolution Research 1° (1 reply)

Will life adapt to new climate changes and how has it dealt with different climates in the past? I am studying the environment 500 million years ago during the Cambrian period, when we see an Explosion of life in the fossil record - the "Cambrian Explosion". Follow the link to ...

Started by Anna W. in October, about Climate Change, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Environment & Wildlife, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans

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Arctic meltdown is scaring, climate change in progres! 1° (1 reply)

Recently, I travelled to Eastern Europe and I was really surprised to witness two different seasons in the same day. In the morning, it was raining cats and dogs and after a while sometime in the noon, it was burning outside. This suddenly reminded me the documentary I watched on ...

Started by Jason M. in August, about Climate Change

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Do changing lightbulbs really help the environment? 29° (14 replies)

I've heard that high-efficiency bulbs actually contain rather nasty stuff like mercury. Is that true? And if so, which is better, using less electricity or keeping such nasties out of our landfills?

Started by Nick Lewis in June 2008, about Clean Technologies, Energy Saving, Health, Recycling

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Advanced biofuels becoming reality 10° (10 replies)

Advanced biofuels becoming reality with Novozymes’ new enzyme technology, Cellic CTec3, decreases costs and increases yields in production of advanced biofuels from agricultural residues and waste. The enzyme enables cost-efficient conversion of biomass to ethanol and performs 1.5 times better than Novozymes’ previous market-leading product, Cellic CTec2. Using Cellic CTec3, ...

Started by Meng Lian in February 2012, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy

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