Sustainability, climate change, cleantech and energy : a selection of the latest headlines and best researches.
  • Edouard Stenger is a multicultural management professional with a passion for transitioning businesses and communities to a carbon neutral future. Since 2007 he has written more than 1,800 articles on global climate and sustainability issues for his blog.
  • Edouard earned his Master’s Degree in International Management from Audencia Nantes, France in 2006. In 2016 he completed a Certificate in Sustainable Energy Solutions from Pinchot University in Seattle, where he is currently completing his MBA in Sustainable Business. Read More
  • Fluent in three languages, Edouard has worked in France, Germany, Belgium, Colombia and the United States. Experienced in both marketing and the energy sector, he is currently looking for new professional opportunities in the energy efficiency and renewable energy industries. Read my articles there.

The Great Barrier Reef is not dead, yet


Last week an obituary of the Great Barrier Reef went viral, but as scientists claim, this is premature. While the situation is critical, it is not completely hopeless.  Read more

How US companies are going solar massively


This week I am starting a ten-month series based on articles I wrote for my Operations classes for my MBA at Presidio Graduate School. Hope you will like this series ! Read more

Renewables won’t be enough to save us from climate change


This was the opinion developed in The Guardian this summer and I have to say that I agree. Even if 100 percent renewable energy by 2050 – or even sooner – seems like the ultimate climate change goal, it will not be enough as the whole Capitalistic system needs an overhaul.  Read more

A great week for the fight against climate change


This week might be remembered as one of the turning points in the fight against climate change as good news came from Canada, India and the European Union. The Paris Agreement will indeed come into force by the end of the year. Read more

System thinking to find solutions to obesity


Today’s article is based on the second paper I wrote for my Sustainable Strategy Seminar for my MBA in Sustainable Business and Energy at Presidio Graduate School. It is a system thinking approach to obesity. Hope you like it ! Read more

Altered:Nozzle – Same tap. 98% less water


Last year I was blogging about the Nebia showerhead which was proposing to save 70 percent water thanks to liquid atomization. Now with the same technology comes the Altered:Nozzle which saves a massive 98 percent of water that comes out of the faucet while not cutting on fonctionality. Read more

Vanishing wilderness: 10 percent of Nature gone in 25 years


I admit it is hard to keep your head cool when you read such news, and this despite having discovered the power of positive psychology. To a new study the world has lost ten percent of its wilderness in as little as 25 tiny years…  Read more

Integrating Sustainability in Corporate Strategy


For this week’s article I am proposing an altered version of the first paper I wrote for tthe sustainable strategy seminar during the course of my MBA in Sustainable Business and Energy at Presidio Graduate School.  Read more

Costa Rican electricity was 100 percent renewables for 113 days

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Another world is possible. It is always a question of public willingness. The latest example of this is Costa Rica – 4.9 million inhabitants strong – which ran for almost four months on a hundred percent renewable electricity. Read more

Book review: Big World, Small Planet

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It seems that I found my Sustainability Must Read of the Year just by asking a librarian at the Seattle Central Public Library. Published last September before the Paris Agreements this book combines the latest climate and sustainability science with great photos. Read more

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A French Management professional - now for hire - Edouard Stenger has been selecting since 2007 the latest headlines and best researches on sustainable development, climate change, environmental issues, cleantech and the world energy sector.


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