July 2010

Dispatch from the Amazon: arrival

July 20, 2010

Hello from the Amazon in Brazil! Related Posts:Alliance Launches 100% Renewable Energy GoalAlternative Energy in the Spotlight at Rio+20Maine Moves To Reduce Oil ConsumptionNew Report Reveals 20% of Global Energy Came From Renewable Sources in 2010Ontario Increases Support For Alternative Energy

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Follow us in Brazil!

July 19, 2010

Follow our blogger/editor, Antonio, on a six-day trip to Brazil for a firsthand look at the world´s greatest biodiversity, found in the Amazon rainforest, and to become familiar with local policies to reach national targets on deforestation and climate change. Follow him at http://vimeo.com/energyrefuge and also on EnergyRefuge’s Twitter. Join him as he provides you […]

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Actor who played TV oil magnate turns to solar power

July 17, 2010

Solar power marketing and PR got a celebrity push this week. Larry Hagman, who starred as oil magnate J.R. Ewing in the long-running hit TV series Dallas, is urging American energy consumers to switch to solar power. Related Posts:Martifer Solar awarded solar project in JordanHyperSolar Reachs 1.0 Volt Milestone In Solar Hydrogen TechnologyTwo New Projects […]

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Avoid waste and be green

July 16, 2010

The guys at Do The Green Thing know how to get your attention and put across a green message with a good dose of nonsensical British humor. They have produced a series of videos to show how people can avoid waste by using products they’ve bought to their very end, never leaving anything behind. They […]

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Renewable energy consumption grows in Europe

July 14, 2010

According to a report issued by Eurostat, in 2008, energy from renewable sources was estimated to have contributed 10.3% of gross final energy consumption in the 27 member countries of the European Union, compared with 9.7% in 2007 and 8.8% in 2006. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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