Worth an article – my February 2011 tweets

I have been committed since January 2007 to bring you each month a selection of the latest headlines and best researches on sustainable development, climate change and the world energy sector.

However, I don’t blog as much as I would like to and generally write around 25 posts per month. But many more news are worth reading. This is why I use Twitter to share more news that are worth your time.

I believe it offers a good complement to this website. So if you are on Twitter and like this selection, don’t hesitate to start following me.

  • Energy and cleantech

How to get to 100 percent renewables globally by 2050 – http://bit.ly/dQ9OkH

Plans for 150 US Coal Plants Have Been Scrapped Since 2001 http://bit.ly/fj91CD

Via @nprnews: Exxon: Global Gasoline Demand To Fall Over 20 Yrs | http://t.co/n0E1mZf

Solar Panels on Sale at Supermarket : TreeHugger http://t.co/K9DPywL Excellent idea !

Life-cycle study: Accounting for total harm from coal would add “close to 17.8¢/kWh of electricity generated” – http://clmpr.gs/fCfPaS

RT @TreeHugger: Exxon/Shell Both Essentially Admit Peak Oil Is Here or Close http://bit.ly/gBhmWq #peakoil #netenergy

Solar panels sell, but energy efficiency saves #solar #green http://bit.ly/ew6SmB

World’s Biggest Producer of Wind Energy Records $4 Billion in Profits in 2010 #green http://bit.ly/eCaBLQ

The Corn Ultimatum: How long can America keep burning one sixth the world’s corn supply in our cars? – http://clmpr.gs/i9QevE

Thank you. RT @rosariodawson @TreeHugger: Gasland is a must-see! Exposes the natural gas industry & dangers of #fracking. http://ow.ly/44t7V

  • Climate and environment

RT @reuters: Extra U.N. climate talks set for April in Bangkok http://reut.rs/ijLt85

Plans for 150 US Coal Plants Have Been Scrapped Since 2001 : TreeHugger http://t.co/FaGtjgq

Is the World One Poor Harvest Away From Chaos? : TreeHugger http://t.co/EKO9O5x

China’s droughts nears worst in 200 years, adding pressure to world food prices – http://clmpr.gs/gG0cLA

Reducing Black Carbon Soot Would Slash Arctic Warming Two-Thirds by 2030, Cut Temp Rise by 0.5C : TreeHugger http://t.co/DPqTr30

Because the Earth is twice as dusty as it was a century ago, sandstorms like this one will become more common. http://ow.ly/43Ej1

Which nations are most vulnerable to climate change? Using solar power to extract oil – http://clmpr.gs/eym81o

  • Sustainability

http://bit.ly/GrBiz Study wants EU to recycle rare earths #green http://bit.ly/gUO2Pd

Computers Outpace Cars as our Vehicle of Self-expression http://fwd4.me/vHM What do you think ?

Share Your Car: Join the New Economy http://fwd4.me/vHO

Car-Dependent Suburbs May Be Slums of The Future, Says Urban Planning Report : TreeHugger http://t.co/OYoKErs

To Make Pedestrians Kings of the City, Strasbourg Plans to Drop City Speed Limits to 18 MPH : TreeHugger http://t.co/TG7YSH5

Helsinki has decided to defeat sprawl by building down instead of out http://ow.ly/42FZ2

  • Misc

Just wondering : what do you think about my blog’s design / layout : is it excellent, good, average or just bad ? Need feedback ! Thanks !

Does Love Make You Greener? The Pros and Cons : TreeHugger http://t.co/TKYJyFF via @TreeHugger

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