Worth an article: my December 2008 tweets
Since I don’t have that much time to blog, I restrain myself to publishing here around 25 articles per month. However, many more great news are worth reading and blogging about.
My goal being to provide you with the latest headlines and best researches on sustainable development, climate change and the world energy sector , I had to find a solution.
It finally came with my use of Twitter. Indeed, each time I find a news worth reading I tweet about it. Here are my best tweets this month.
- On the Daily Green: Stunning Photos of Antarctica http://is.gd/d770 Awesome pictures of the sixth continent! =)
- Water Wars: China and India square up http://is.gd/aU5C Frightful.
- on the Daily Green, U.S. Acknowledges Risk of Abrupt Climate Change http://is.gd/cxkJ
- on the same topic on TreeHugger: Obama Should Implement Carbon Tax http://is.gd/c2aC
- 20 percent by 2020 for the EU in terms of GHG reductions. 25 was needed at least according to the IPCC. and everybody’s happy ! 🙁
- Got to read Can Nuclear Power Compete? on Scientific American. http://is.gd/aSYw Long article for an interesting topic.
- RT @TreeHugger_com Renegade Activist Single-Handedly Shuts Down Power Plant http://tinyurl.com/59ayvn
- RT @TreeHugger_com : 75 Stories You Dugg: A Year of TreeHugger on Digg.com http://budurl.com/nrwy Great collection
- Long speech from Al Gore in Poznan. Watch and read it there: http://is.gd/bMZd As usual it’s worth the time reading it
- on TreeHugger: $5.2 Billion Rail Project in Washington, D.C. A Sign of the Times http://is.gd/b3XT Great !
- The IHT proposes a selection of photos of 2008. Very nice. http://is.gd/c2IN
- TreeHugger: Green Tea Instead Of “Fizzy Drinks” http://is.gd/b3U7 Seems I am right to sip green tea (with mint) at breakfast
- Looking for Diggs on this article : http://is.gd/aqev How to harness energy from our rivers. Huge stuff ! Thanks in advance.
- Joined 4 groups on LinkedIn: Green, Renewables and environment; Cleantechies around the world and WordPress. That’s a good start
- on FT: US job losses steepest since 1974 http://is.gd/amq8 533,000 jobs losses in November. Damn !