April 2011

Denmark Makes Headway on Second Generation Biofuel

April 25, 2011

Biofuels have been dismissed by environmentalists as an unsustainable alternative to fossil fuels. But some hope that second-generation biofuels could offer a better solution to the dirty oil crisis. Related Posts:Denmark Wants to Become Alternative Energy PowerhouseCellulosic Ethanol Expected to Surge in 2013Second Generation Biofuel at Danish Gas PumpsBiofuel Enzyme Breakthrough Promises Greener BioenergyDenmark leads […]

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EV Comes Home: Google Makes It Easier To Find EV Charging Stations

April 23, 2011

Google seems to be on a serious renewable energy roll this month. After the recent announcement to invest $5 million in renewable energy in Germany, this week out came an announcement that the web giant has partnered with the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory and more than 80 stakeholders to use Google […]

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Five Ideas For Earth Day 2011 Resolutions

April 22, 2011

For 41 years now, April 22nd is the day we dedicate to Mother Earth. The idea originated in California where in 1970 U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson held an environmental teach-in on this date. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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iPhone’s Green Track Record Will Make You See Red

April 21, 2011

A neatly designed chart designed by Geekaphone condenses the iPhone’s impact on the environment and the people who manufacture it in poor countries. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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New Report Reveals Levels of GHG Emissions in 2009

April 20, 2011

The latest annual report issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which charts gas emissions into the atmosphere, reveals that in 2009 overall emissions had increased by 7.3% since 1990. The good news is that GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions were at their lowest in 2009 since 1995. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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