climate change

Global Warming in 1958. The Unchained Goddess

by: Scott Goodson

The governments of the world came together at Kyoto in 1997 to say that global warming exists and must be stopped.

But global warming didn't arrive in 1997. Global warming has been around for quite a while. Watch this film from 1958, which identifies global warming as the greatest threat to our civilization. Fundamentally we have missed what is and has clearly been the greatest issue facing us. We can't claim we did not know. This film below proves that we did know.

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The Renewable Electron Economy XVII: On-Grid and Grid-Optional Transport, 'Parachute' for a $140/Barrel Oil Society

by: Michael Hoexter

Currently, vehicle-makers, researchers, investors and green technology analysts are involved in a high-stakes game of developing and investing in various battery chemistries and designs which may yield the result of more energy dense, longer-lasting, and less toxic batteries or ultracapacitors.

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Making What's Inconvenient Matter

by: David Wigder

An Interview with Mark Williams, EVP/Partner at The Martin Agency and Planning Director for the “We Can Solve It” Campaign

While many consider the release of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth to be a turning point regarding consumer awareness about climate change, consumer surveys indicate that much work is still left to be done.

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20 Technologies to Save the Climate: Are Breakthroughs Mandatory or Icing on the Cake?

by: Michael Hoexter

(With this post I’m skipping a little ahead of my series on the Renewable Electron Economy but policy debates are starting to heat up as we head into the election year.)

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Renewable Electron Economy Part XI: Sending Coal to the Sidelines

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Waning Opportunity to be Early Mover on Green

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Shaping Attitudes on Green

by: David Wigder

An interview with Brett Jenks, CEO, Rare Conservation

Large mammals the like polar bear have a special place in our hearts and our imagination.  They make cute stuffed animals for our kids and capture our fascination when we see them at our zoos.  Today, however, the ice caps are melting and the polar bears are drowning because the ice is thinning.  It is a visible sign that our climate is changing for the worse, and makes for a macabre story.

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'Climate Counts' Reveals Which Companies Are Walking the Walk

by: Joel Makower

At last, the climate revolution is getting -- well, consumer-friendly.

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London Goes Carbon Crazy

by: Joel Makower

To paraphrase Kermit: It isn't easy being red, white, and blue.

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Is There a Green Business Bubble?

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