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What's Your Crazy Green Idea? Video Contest, 85°

A X PRIZE Foundation project in Santa Monica, United States

Updated in September 2008

The X PRIZE Foundation is hosting a competition on YouTube to find out what the next X PRIZE in the Energy and Environment sector is going to be. We're looking for crazy green idea that can become a breakthrough, and we're willing to pay $25,000 to the ...

Premium project about Agriculture & Food, Air Quality, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Carbon Trading, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Deforestation, Education, Electric vehicles, Emissions, Energy Saving, Global Dimming, Green energy, Pollution, Recycling, Solar

Canadian clean energy training portal, 25°

country-wide, Canada

Updated in September 2008

Together with the BC Sustainable Energy Association and our sponsors, we have launched a web portal that profiles and links to most of the available renewable training options in Canada. It includes 5 categories: Schools & Workshops, Green Energy NGOs, Government Intiatives, Industry Leaders, and First Nations. Go check it out ...

Project about Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Education, Green energy

Curbing Global Warming Without Killing Cement Industry, 47°

Northern Califnornia, United States

Updated in August 2008

This is an opportunity for the Celsias community to collectively commission an investigative journalism effort about the cement industry. Spot.Us is a nonprofit that lets individuals or groups share the cost of funding an investigative journalists. We are still under development, but set to launch in the Fall thanks ...

Project about Air Quality, Architecture, Carbon Trading, Clean Technologies, Economics, Emissions, Global Dimming, Media

solarnetwork.net, 20°

United States, New Zealand, New Zealand

Updated in July 2008

solarnetwork.net is an open-source project to study a possible method of distributed generation. Using a scheme of "keep what you generate, share what you save" we are interested in building a software infrastructure together that would allow for a cost-sharing structure to eventually reduce the upfront cost of adopting ...

Project about Clean Technologies, Computing, Education, Energy Saving, Weather

Green Bonds - A Victory Bond for the Environment, 91°

Canada, Canada

Updated in July 2008

Canada could be a renewable energy superpower. What's holding us back? Renewable energy is more expensive to produce than fossil-based. Over time, with high cost to carbon, this will change. We cannot wait, however: and we have an answer. "Green Bonds" is a policy proposal designed to accelerate Canada ...

Project about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Trading, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Economics, Emissions, Finance & Money, Politics & Government

"Heat", 23°

Wellington, New Zealand

Updated in July 2008

We are producing a theatre piece, what becomes a triangle between a physicist studying climate change, his wife (a biologist), and an Emperor penguin during one Antarctic autumn, winter and spring. We are aiming to do this in a production run as far as possible completely off-grid. Echoing the real ...

Project about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Energy Saving, Events

Indian River Inlet, 15°

Bethany Beach, United States

Updated in June 2008

There is enough kinetic energy in the Inlet to generate up to 300+ Mws; and the tides would produce power 56% of the time. We wish to place one turbine in the Inlet to prove we can generate electricity without harming the fish or the fishing. After a one year ...

Project about Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil

Windustrious Cleveland, 25°

Cleveland Ohio, United States

Updated in April 2008

Windustrious Cleveland promotes the building of the world's first freshwater wind farm, on Lake Erie, offshore from Cleveland.

Project about Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Energy Saving, Population

EcoBase, 80°

Europe and UK, Republic of Moldova

Updated in March 2008

EcoBase it is a modern interpretation of traditional log homes. Inside this 132 square meters two-storey home you can find everything for sustainable living: > kitchen, living room, bathroom and two bedrooms. It comes up with 3 basic types of the home - all stylish, modern, green and energy-efficient. The roof is ...

Project about Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Education, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife

A Solar Powered- Compressed Air Car, 22°

Southern California, United States

Updated in February 2008

A Compressed-Air Motored Car Equipped with Solar Panels designed into the hood,roof,trunk lid and maybe even front and back windshields to solar charge a battery pack to power the on-board electric air-compresser to fill compressed air tanks as needed, for as a Solar powered-car can generate up to ...

Project about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Global Dimming, Water

Carbon Reduction Action Groups, 30°

Frederick, United States

Updated in January 2008

Carbon Reduction Action Groups (CRAGs) are viral groups whose members commit to voluntary caps of carbon emissions from personal energy use. The average household can save over $1000 per year just by reducing energy use 10%. CRAGs help their members to learn about ways to save energy, save money, and ...

Project about Clean Technologies, Consumerism

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