Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘green technology’

Sustainable Development Conference 2013: Green Technology, Renewable Energy and Environmental Protection

Sustainable Development Conference 2013: Green Technology, Renewable Energy and Environmental Protection

We are proud to invite you to join us at Sustainable Development Conference 2013: Green technology, Renewable energy and Environmental protection, that will take place from June 21st-23rd  2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Conference is organized by Tomorrow People Organization- internationally recognized non for profit organization with head quarters in Belgrade, Serbia. EVENT WEBSITE: http://www.sdconference.org/index.html [...]

Green Auto News: Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia For $15

Green Auto News: Wind-Powered Car Travels 3,000 Miles Across Australia For $15

A lightweight car called the Wind Explorer recently traveled a whopping 3,000 miles across Australia with the assistance of wind power at a cost of only $15. The wind powered vehicle was built by Evonik as a demonstration of its battery and lightweight materials technologies. The vehicle is currently on display at the company’s headquarters. [...]

Unleash the Toxic Avenger on climate change

Unleash the Toxic Avenger on climate change

The year 1984 may be famous — especially amongst high-schoolers — for the angst of Winston Smith. He’s the guy trying to cope with illegal daydreams of individual freedom in the repressed collective created by George Orwell. But 1984 also brought “The Toxic Avenger,” a low-rent cinematic romp with environmental themes. Described as an action [...]

Breathe Deep: Beating greenhouse gases won’t be easy

Breathe Deep: Beating greenhouse gases won’t be easy

 Recession does have some positives. The stalled economy reduced demand for gasoline and diesel and electric power. People drove less, bought fewer items and used less energy as a result. The production of greenhouse gas — carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases — peaked in 2007 at 2.752 billion metric tons, dipped to a [...]


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