Worth an article – my March 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.
Climate change and environment
When this graph reaches bottom (anomaly -13,500km3) end of summer, Arctic will be ice free. Place your bets! http://bit.ly/SeaVol.
A decade after leaving Kyoto, the U.S. still inactive on global warming http://bit.ly/dWY3ED
Experiences of extreme weather events increase climate change concern http://bit.ly/flfuDw
Climate change doubters are endangering our common future http://bit.ly/dLyLOH
Nicholas Stern: Climate inaction risks a “global war” – http://clmpr.gs/f9Bj7U
Energy and cleantech
Republicans Join in 33% Renewable Energy Vote in California: http://t.co/sf4dHgj Now that’s awesome. Could they do it in the 49 others ?
Obama’s Energy Speech: Cut Oil Imports, Keep on Fracking, and Fire Up the Nuke Plants : TreeHugger http://t.co/7j93IOs
Does Obama Have a ‘Secret’ Plan to Adapt Nation to Climate Change? : TreeHugger http://t.co/tjoq09Y Should unleash it right now…
Nuclear Power’s Rap: Coal Is Far More Deadly : TreeHugger http://t.co/K2XCGVD wrote about it last week…
Going nuclear: An interactive map of current and future nuclear-power producers. Economist Daily Chart Mar 24th 2011 http://econ.st/fV4wgy
Solar-Powered Desalination Plant Fits on Shipping Container for Disaster Relief : TreeHugger http://t.co/S6AYP5t
The World Just Got Back 13 Terawatt Hours of Spam-Wasted Electricity!: http://t.co/xyazuuH
Les technologies vertes clés pour la France à l’horizon 2015-2020 (Etude) http://bit.ly/geArz7
Belgium now has 740 MW of PV solar power installed, roughly 10 times as much as The Netherlands: http://bit.ly/Bel740
U.S. solar capacity doubled in 2010, may add 2 Gigawatts to double again in 2011: http://bloom.bg/USA2GW
China Takes Lead in Race for Clean Nuclear Power | Wired Science | Wired.com http://bit.ly/gYcuRA
Energy: The really big crunch? http://bit.ly/dGbM7J #IEA
Seems long ago: last December, EIA forecast US oil to cost $ 77 in first quarter of 2011. Now the price is $ 97.
Stern calls for “industrial revolution” to tackle climate change http://bit.ly/gi40rw
Two-thirds of businesses see climate change as an opportunity rather than a risk http://bit.ly/fF8bpr
Japan and the Fukushima catastrophe
The safest place in Japan right now might be inside a nuke plant http://ow.ly/4pS3k
Divergent Lessons from Japan’s Calamity for McKibben, Monbiot http://nyti.ms/fHX3dv
“Surround yourself with people most like the person you want to become. Stay away from anyone who can or will bring you down.”Tom Hopkins
High speed trains in France are a bit expansive, but seriously, they are way over 9000 ^^ Paris – Nancy takes 90 min. instead of 4 hours. 😛
El eco es un retweet de la naturaleza -@LANDEYves