“What’s Possible” The U.N. Climate Summit Film

Below is the three minute film, titled “What’s Possible,” that was presented this morning to world leaders at the United Nations Climate Summit in New York. This inspirational film shows that climate change is solvable. We have the technology to harness nature sustainably for a clean, prosperous energy future, but only if …

Seed Grant Superstars: 200+ Projects Sprout in All Different Shapes and Places

Received this from a friend? Subscribe to Shareable’s newsletter. Seed Grant Superstars: 200+ Projects Sprout in All Different Shapes and Places An introduction to the 33 projects and events that received funding from Shareable’s 2nd annual Seed Grant. The quality of applicants was incredible and we were hard pressed to choose …

[MP-PC] Video for Future Day celebrations and the 15 Global Challenges

Here is a 3.26 minute video for Future Day March 1st with 15 Global Challenges created by our new intern Katie Beverlin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho0geGOlMDg. Please circulate as you like and translate and edit as you like.   If you are not listed below yet, but would like to help facilitate a time zone …

Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign: Simpol takes first electoral strides in Germany

Simpol International – News Update      Simultaneous Policy: using our votes for global co-operation    Dear Simpol Supporter! Please see below the latest news from the only campaign that allows you to use your official national vote to solve global problems:  Simpol takes first electoral strides in Germany Although only launched last year, Simpol …

New eceee paper highlights the real issue on energy and competitiveness

New eceee paper highlights the real issue on energy and competitiveness A discussion paper on competitiveness and energy efficiency published by eceee today argues that the EU debate wrongly focuses on high energy prices rather than looking at strategies for getting the costs down. The paper explores how energy efficiency …

Pew Poll: Cable, Local TV Are Tops for Political Campaign News; Few Turn to Social Network Sites

Making Headlines Pew Poll: Cable, Local TV Are Tops for Political Campaign News; Few Turn to Social Network Sites “In this campaign season, the social networks have nothing on the news networks. A new survey from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press finds cable news most …