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Are car drivers more likely to be climate skeptics? 1° (1 reply)

I'm not sure if this is a stupid question. Maybe I've been naive, but it never really crossed my mind that this might be the case until a blog post I wrote recently pondering why it seems climate deniers are generally old men was posted on a car forum. It ...

Started by Joel W. in December 2009, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Climate Change, Emissions, Energy Saving, Transport

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Free Renewable Energy 1° (1 reply)

Thinking Clean & Green, - but don’t forget the Keen element! Considering DIY Actions on route to becoming Energy efficient, or even better Energy Self Sufficient. Logically – provided you can harness your ‘Keen factor’ DIY has to be the most COST EFFECTIVE action available. Of course at the same ...

Started by Michael S. in May 2011, about Green energy

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Is there such a thing as green power? 16° (11 replies)

In reality there is no such thing as 'green' electricity if you get your electricity out of the national grid. I work with a very cool company called Powershop.co.nz, New Zealand's (and the world's for that matter) first online electricity shop. Their ambition is to be New Zealand's smartest power ...

Started by Anna C. in November 2009, about Emissions, Energy Saving, Green energy

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The Future of Ontario Energy 1° (1 reply)

Here is a great website that outlines the plans of the Ontario power workers to take the energy system into the future. Lots of great videos and articles, all jam packed with great information. www.abetterenergyplan.ca

Started by Jerry S. in March 2011, about Green energy

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Solar Energy TweetChat - Join The Conversation! 2° (2 replies)

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 Time: 6:00pm PST/9:00pm EST Visit: www.tweetchat.com - Sign In via your Twitter ID Follow: #solarenergychat Special Guest: Sarah Wauters, Design Consultant at Sun Light & Power Twitter may not be as popular as Facebook, but for Solar Energy users and businesses, Twitter can be an indispensable ...

Started by Pamela S. in March 2011, about Solar

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DIY Your Own Free Power Generator. 2° (2 replies)

"Do it yourself". In a world full of "pre-made". I am inclined to think we can miss out on the truly satisfying experience of creating something dynamic for ourselves, made by our own hands. Not so long ago this was a common occurrence. When people took a far more "hands ...

Started by Michael S. in December 2010, about Green energy

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More clean Electric with Wind Power Electricity 6° (6 replies)

You'll find numerous sources of energy. Almost all of all of our power right now derives from power facilities ın which electric power turbines are fueled by items like coal and petroleum. <a href=”http://solarpowerlightssource.com/”>Solar Energy</a> Alternate options similar to solar in addition to wind turbine capability are offered in the ...

Started by Scott M. in October 2010, about Green energy

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Ford's Focus on the Environment 12° (7 replies)

Hello everyone, My name is Lynn, and I am a community manager reaching out to your on behalf of Ford Motor Company. I hope that it's okay that, that I wanted to add this thread to the forum to let everyone know that Ford is running a video submission contest ...

Started by Lynn K. in December 2010, about Agriculture & Food, Air Quality, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Coal & Oil, Energy Saving, Green energy, Nuclear, Solar

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Free Electricity from Magnetic Forces 5° (5 replies)

It’s astonishing when we begin to think about the powerful natural forces at work around us every day. I refer to nature, humanity, and on a larger scale our planet Earth. Take for example the gravitational, magnetic pull of the Moon. Enough power to bring tides in & out twice ...

Started by Michael S. in February 2011, about Green energy

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Mr. Coal Waste goes to Washington 2° (2 replies)

This time it's 4000 gallons of toxic coal ash slurry from a ruptured pipeline flowing directly into the Potomac and headed for DC. Read more at NRDC Switchboard http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/paltman/coal_ash_spill_upriver_of_wash.html Thanks to 1Sky on Twitter for the heads up.

Started by C Robb W. in March 2009, about Coal & Oil, Environmental Disasters, Industry & Business

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