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Japan’s Search For Alternative Energy Is Almost Over 2° (2 replies)

Almost entirely dependent on nuclear power just two years ago, Japan is making more investment into renewable energy. The Japanese government is paying 22 billion yen, or $226 million, to construct the first three floating wind turbines 12 miles away from Fukushima. By 2020 Japan plans to place 140 wind ...

Started by Danny B. in February 2014, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy

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Jill Stein: Why capitalism is killing the planet 2° (2 replies)

Hundreds of socialists, environmentalists and climate activists attended the first Ecosocialist Conference in New York City last month. One of the featured speakers at the conference was Jill Stein, the nominee of the Green Party during the 2012 national election in the US, who held a talk about how capitalism ...

Started by Humphrey M. in May 2013, about Green energy

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Are Governments wasting money on turbines 2° (2 replies)

Wind turbines are expensive and inefficient. Not only do they cost a fortune to install, but once they have been installed they do not necessarily guarantee a return on investment. This is because wind turbines are only effective if strong winds are present. As this is not always the case, ...

Started by Danny B. in January 2014, about Energy Saving

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Heaters 4° (4 replies)

How much do you use your heaters in the winter? What do you think is the most economical heater to use?

Started by Kate I. in June 2008, about Energy Saving

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Advanced biofuels becoming reality 9° (9 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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A brief guide to getting solar friendly. 1° (1 reply)

Nowadays, people are getting inclined towards green energy. By green energy we mean, environmental friendly technologies which will help us in saving minerals and would cause minimum or no damage to the environment. One of the most popular one is the solar energy. Sun is one of the most abundant ...

Started by Mikel E. in May 2015, about Solar

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Do we have a moral right to stop the mining of oil sands? 4° (4 replies)

Take a look at this fascinating article about shale oil which is being mined in Australia at present. Australia, like the US, is full of drivers of large cars who are still looking for ways of keeping their cars on the road. What I'm interested in is the conflict between ...

Started by Sophie J. in June 2008, about Coal & Oil

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BP: BOSTON'S PISSED! OR IS IT BIKE POWER? 1° (1 reply)

Melodeego puts Music into Action with New campaign and new CD Last Sunday a crowd gathered in Harvard Square to listen to a band play. What's unusual about this? The music was powered completely by two stationary bikes pedalled by volunteers from the audience. The band is Melodeego, which means ...

Started by Gregory Reinauer in August 2010, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Alternative, Cohousing, & Off-Grid Living, Art & Culture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Design, Electric vehicles, Environmental Disasters, Events, Green energy, Lifestyle & Behavior, Media

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Biofuels - a con right now, but the war for supremacy will only gather momentum 3° (3 replies)

Biofuels is big business - there's simply no debating that. What we need to do is think how to address the infrastructure/transport/genetic issues surrounding production, rather than screaming 'they're no good'! But we need to get this sorted soon, as methods for production will be too entrenched to change if ...

Started by Matthew W. in June 2008, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Climate Change, Genetic Modification, Industry & Business, Transport

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Tim DeChristopher, a real American Hero 3° (3 replies)

He threw a spanner in the works of the Bush administration's industry controlled BLM by personally bidding on gas and oil leases being offered in some the of the most beautiful and pristine parts of the canyon country in the southwest. Of course he is now in need of a ...

Started by C Robb W. in January 2009, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Pollution

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