Daily Archives: January 3, 2016

Winning World War III, Climate Change Edition

By Tina Casey The technology for managing climate change by transitioning to a low carbon economy is at hand, but only a wartime mentality can ramp up the pace of change Winning World War III, Climate Change Edition was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 Read Full Article Here…

Energy Self Sufficient Floating Homes

By Fraunhofer ISE A life away from traffic noise and exhaust fumes – more and more people are drawn to water. Energy self sufficient floating homes not only fulfill the criterion for this new lifestyle, they can also boost economy The post Energy Self Sufficient Floating Homes appeared first on For more great articles: Solar…

Solid State Lithium Batteries That Don’t Catch on Fire

By Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Researchers have discovered a new way to develop all- solid state lithium batteries without a risk of conflagration or explosion. The post Solid State Lithium Batteries That Don’t Catch on Fire appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Related posts:MIT: Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Tesla Meets Q4 Projected Deliveries and 2015 Targets

By George S. Bower Defying all bearish predictions, Tesla Motors exceeded delivery goals for the final quarter of 2015 and for the total year. At the end of the third quarter Tesla estimated Q4 deliveries of 16,820 units. Actual deliveries were 17,400 units. On a yearly basis Tesla had estimated a 50,000-52,000 total deliveries. Read…

Innovation Strikes Back

By Guest Contributor Below is an article submitted to Masdar’s 2016 Engage Blogging Contest. The article is being reposted from the Masdar contest site (with minor edits). In December 2015, a momentous event took place. The opening of the new Star Wars movie. In Star Wars, there is an imbalance caused by the Read Full…

Building Partnerships For A Low-Carbon Future

By Guest Contributor Below is an article submitted to Masdar’s 2016 Engage Blogging Contest. The article is being reposted from the Masdar contest site and markbessoudo.com (with minor edits). By Mark Bessoudo In 1800, only 10% of the world’s people lived in cities. By 1990, it jumped to 40%. Today, over half live Read Full…

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Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) To Enable Energy Transition

By Guest Contributor Below is an article submitted to Masdar’s 2016 Engage Blogging Contest. The article is being reposted from the Masdar contest site and girishshivakumar (with minor edits). By Girish Shivakumar Sustainable development looks to be a general priority for governments and corporations alike. Developing countries are looking to sustain year on Read Full…

Reducing Carbon Emissions Begins With Public-Private Partnerships

By Guest Contributor Below is an article submitted to Masdar’s 2016 Engage Blogging Contest. The article is being reposted from the Masdar contest site and Green GW. By Claire August Climate change is a problem that requires the cooperation of the private and public sector to tackle. Businesses have recently taken action on Read Full…

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The Transition To A Sustainable Economy By 2030

By Guest Contributor Below is an article submitted to Masdar’s 2016 Engage Blogging Contest. The article is being reposted from the Masdar contest site and Considered Ranting. By John Rennie Short Government and business have a common interest in keeping the planet from overheating. How can they combine to foster this mutual concern? Read Full…

Build In Wood

By Guest Contributor Epic CleanTechnica commenter James Wimberley and Michael O’Hare have submitted a joint article to Masdar’s 2016 Engage Blogging Contest. The submission is reposted below from Same-Facts and the Masdar blogging contest site. The Finnish wood products company Metsä have commissioned a concept design from Canadian architect Michael Green for a Read Full…

Global Carbon Markets Through Private-Government Partnership

By Mridul Chadha Editor’s Note: This article is one submission in a live Masdar blogging contest. Very simply, the focus of the contest submissions is to answer the question: “In your view, what are the policies that governments should take to encourage public-private partnership and enable the private sector to develop the goods Read Full…

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