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A Green Knowledge Society: An ICT policy agenda to 2015 for Europe’s future knowledge society

A study for the Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, Government Offices of Sweden by SCF Associates Ltd Final Report September 2009 Download the report (PDF)

SUMMARY OF DISCUSSIONS BY DANI NABUDERE – FOR AMENDMENT AND ADOPTION

GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE COMMONS: Respected and Shared by All Preamble: THE GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE COMMONS was launched by Civil Society Organizations attending a four-day “Durban Debates on politics, economics and the environment.” The four-day activities included addresses by Professors Immanuel Wallerstein from the United States, [...]

Green Chip Living: Portland to Build First Large-Scale Sustainable High Rise

By Brigid Darragh | Friday, November 13th, 2009 By now, it should come as no surprise that the capital city constantly making headlines in media and the talk of many a green blog will be constructing the first large-scale "living building" to house the Oregon Sustainability Center. Read more...

Other News: The International Forum for Leaders of the Social Economy

The 4th Mont Blanc Meetings Meeting in Chamonix in 9 and 10 November, 200 leaders from 35 countries looked into the world food crisis along with representatives from several UN institutions (UNPD, ILO, WFP, FAO) along with representatives of the ICA, the AIM, and research centres. (more…)

Ecocities Emerging

Welcome to the mid November 2009 edition of Ecocities Emerging, an initiative of Ecocity Builders and the International Ecocity Conference Series. I'd like to share something inspiring that just happened. I had dinner with a man who saved the world! No exaggeration. Proves it can be done and if one of our Eighth International Ecocity Conference [...]

News from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics 11/09

This e-mail updates you on Center events and new material available on the Web site of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Center News Leading an Ethical Business Life Center Executive Director Kirk O. Hanson discusses how to behave ethically in an unethical world, Nov. 15. (more…)

The Free Press: The Reactor Relapse Takes 3 Hits To The Head

HARVEY WASSERMAN, Senior Editor - The Free Press Intro by Stephan A. Schwartz The civilian nuclear power industry both civilian and naval was created during the Cold War at enormous taxpayer expense to manufacture a high profit industry that would assure the technology remained active and viable. Bomb making alone just couldn't do that. [...]

Opportunity Collaboration E-Communiqués — November 2009

First Opportunity Collaboration Rocks On October 17th, approximately 270 social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, religious leaders, nonprofit executives, foundation officers and political activists arrived in Ixtapa, Mexico for a four-day business retreat to share their diversity and to uncover compelling ways of collaborating to reduce poverty. [...]

Potential for 1.9 Million Renewable Energy Jobs

Posted: 13 Nov 2009 01:05 AM PST Three universities of the USA have conducted studies related to renewable sources of energy and it has produced some interesting facts. The first and most important one is that renewable energy policies will lead to employment opportunities. Secondly, it will increase the consumer’s income and thirdly, it will [...]

ToYou from NewEnergyNews: November 13, 2009

NewEnergyNews Daily Headlines THINGS-TO-THINK-ABOUT FRIDAY, 11-13: * IEA WHISTLEBLOWER SAYS NUMBERS RIGGED TO HIDE PEAK OIL * UTAH WILL WIRE WIND TO LA * BUY SOLAR NOW AND SAVE * THE CADILLAC OF PLUG-IN CARS * CLIMATE CHANGE IS NOW, TIPPING POINT IS NEAR YESTERDAY * HEADLINE: WHAT GEOTHERMAL WOULD DO WITH MONEY * MORE NEWS, 11-12: [...]

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