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A world in which commerce, governments, families and environmentalists live in harmony and work towards the common goal of building a sustainable system of environmental protection that supports our current life-styles and benefits us all.
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More Americans work in the booming solar or windpower industries than in the coal industry, yet renewables are often claimed to be unreliable, needing vast and costly energy storage. Amory Lovins explains why that’s a myth.
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Cheryl Shuman, a city councillor with the city of Dawson Creek in northeastern British Columbia considers herself a turbine hugger, not a tree hugger.
A member of the Peace Energy Cooperative, a local grassroots group which was instrumental in getting a local wind development off the ground, she is an enthusiastic supporter of Dawson Creek’s many radically sustainable practices.
From a $100 a tonne internal carbon tax to wide scale use of solar thermal hot water systems Dawson Creek is blazing a trall when it comes to sustainable municipalities. Learn how and what they’re doing on this week’s video.
Learn more at http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/08/awesome-dawson-creek-northern-oil-and-gas-town-bets-big-renewable-energy
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Leipzig, 08.07.2015 – Die Green Energy 3000 GmbH weitet ihr Engagement bei den IceFighters – Leipzigs Eishockeymannschaft aus. Das lokale Unternehmen ist ab der kommenden Saison offizieller Hauptsponsor des Eishockey-Teams. Der neue Sponsoringvertrag mit dem Oberliga Meister Ost der vergangenen Saison hat vorerst eine Laufzeit von einem Jahr. Bisher unterstützte die Green Energy 3000 GmbH die IceFighters als Business-Sponsor. Die IceFighters Geschäftsführer André Krüll und Falk Hanewald sowie der Geschäftsführer der Green Energy 3000 GmbH, Andreas Renker unterzeichneten einen Hauptsponsoren-Vertrag für die kommende Saison bis 2016.
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Algeria has been taking huge steps towards making green energy a larger part of their domestic output. An abundance of open space with sunlight – and underground hydrokinetic activity – makes the country a goldmine for renewable energies. The Algerian government intends to use renewable energy to meet all of the the country’s domestic power demands by 2030. Visit EXPO 2017’s Algeria Pavilion to learn about all the ways Algeria is making the transition to green energy, and subscribe to our channel to find out how other countries are doing it!
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Keith Jones is committed to making the National Trust green and sustainable – but he drives thousands of miles around the UK every year to do it. Join Keith as he test drives an electric car which may provide a better way to travel. The National Trust looks after hundreds of places that help you and your family get closer to nature and as a conservation charity, we’re committed to managing the effect humans have on the world around us. That’s why we’re working in partnership with BMW i – the electric car division of BMW. One of our aims is to increase the number of electric vehicle charging points at our places so you can charge up your car while enjoying your visit. The all-electric version of the BMW i3 produces zero carbon emissions when driving, and has been manufactured and designed with nature in mind. By working with BMW i, we want to help to make greener travel options more widespread. Find out more at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/a-green-future-our-partnership-with-bmw-i