Author: Angelique Van Engelen
What Can Jobseekers Expect From Obama’s $30 Billion Incentives Package To The Renewable Energy Sector?
Green Jobs. Now that policy is actively being geared toward creating new green jobs, what can you expect? Our advice; check out research reports.
Tesco opens first ever green superstore in Manchester. The superstore runs at a carbon footprint which is 70% lower than the carbon footprint of similar sized stores.
US car industry hopes to replicate semiconductor success and sets up a coalition. Sharing facilities to make ultra modern batteries will be worth it, says the coalition.
Governmental Climate Change Mitigation Efforts Are Less Costly When They Target Temperatures Rather Than CO2 Emissions Reductions
Climate change mitigation packages should be centered around temperature maxima rather than emissions reductions. This makes the investments a lot less expensive, say European scientists.
There’s a paradigm shift going on in the US real estate sector. Yet will home owners justify paying extra for green building if the economic situation continues to deteriorate? The US homeowner population has been silently suffering for years now. Numbers from the Center for Housing Policy show that between 1996 and 2006, homeowners have … Continued
Datacenters, not exactly hot on energy conservation yet, have massive potential to jump on the green bandwagon by figuring out a way to re-use the heat from their servers sustainably. IBM, Intel and Microsoft are in on the game.
Datacenters are running out of energy. Fast. That means they’re faced with a limit to their capacity. Yet few are focusing on energy savings. Learn why this is.