Renewable energy is essential to modern society – reducing harmful emissions from fossil fuels and making us more self sufficient. This site will explore what people are doing to help get us closer to a greener, renewable energy sourced world Read more »
Social network sites for like -minded people wanting to do something about climate change could really help information and fact sharing on renewable energy projects and climate change events in their local area.
The recently launched Devon CAN! site (Climate Action Network) was set up by Carl Munson to start campaigning about climate change, provide an ideas platform, and “raise morale and reinvigorate ourselves”.Read: Local Climate Change Social Network Sites
A new climate change film by Franny Armstrong will have its world premiere in London on March 15th and then be released in UK cinemas on March 20th, followed by other countries.
The Age of Stupid is an independent film featuring Oscar-nominated Pete Postlethwaite (In The Name of the Father, Brassed Off) as a man living alone in the devasted world of 2055, looking back at “archive” footage from 2007 and asking: why didn’t we stop climate change when we had the chance?Read: The Age of Stupid
The idea of isolated third world communities generating their own electricity from renewable sources is a no-brainer and giving to such charities is surely worthwhile? Before you give your hard earned cash away, in an ideological green frenzy, do your research. Even more importantly than small scale renewable technologies in the western world – the chosen technical solution for these struggling communities needs to be productive and cost effective.Read: Renewable Energy Charities