Community Power: Renewing Communities Through Renewable Energy

Community Power: Renewing Communities Through Renewable Energy Posted: 28 Dec 2012 01:00 AM PST Filed under: Energy News Energy Efficiency Saves New England $260 Million In Transmission Costs Posted: 27 Dec 2012 02:00 PM PST Filed under: Energy News Biggest Community-Owned Solar Array In US Now Online Posted: 27 Dec 2012 01:00 …

Asia-Pacific Cannot Afford to Grow Without Addressing Environmental Concerns

ASIA-PACIFIC CANNOT AFFORD TO GROW WITHOUT ADDRESSING ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS — UN New York, May 10 2012 9:05AM Countries in the Asia-Pacific region must find ways to continue to grow economically and lift millions out of poverty while also responding to climate change and environmental concerns, according to a United Nations …

Hawaii Residents Raise Serious Concerns about PGV, Geothermal Energy?s Clean Energy Credentials

Latest from: CleanTechnica Hawaii Residents Raise Serious Concerns about PGV, Geothermal Energy?s Clean Energy Credentials Posted: 28 Apr 2012 07:27 AM PDT The experience of residents living near the Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV), about 20 miles south of Hilo on Hawaii?s ?Big Island?, raises serious questions about the environmental health …

10 Advantages to Supporting Geothermal Energy GEA report highlights benefits of geothermal power for the Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo

10 Advantages to Supporting Geothermal Energy GEA report highlights benefits of geothermal power for the Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo LONG BEACH, Calif. (February 15, 2012)—The renewable energy industry convenes this week in California, the birthplace of U.S. geothermal energy production, for the Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo. …

New Science Paper: The Climate Change-Water-Infrastructure Nexus

A group of researchers with Conservation International and WWF have co-authored a paper in PLoS Biology focusing on the water-related threats and opportunities presented by climate change to the development and conservation communities. The authors suggest that the climate change impacts on long-lived water infrastructure for energy production, agriculture, transportation, …