Worth an article – my April 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 :

Time: A Talk With Al Gore About Climate Change, Birthers and His New App http://ti.me/iOV0Db #climate change

Fracking Concerns Dim Excitement About Natural Gas Production: http://t.co/HiSMZNi

A detox plan is forming for contaminated water stored at Japan’s nuclear site http://t.co/b9FqSU5 #nuclear

American Lung Assoc: Half of all Americans still breathing dangerously polluted air http://j.mp/khFLVC

2010 extreme weather cost lives, health, economy – http://clmpr.gs/l22ARA

Death toll of Wednesday’s US tornadoes now at 318; worst since 1932: http://bit.ly/Torn32

There’s a myth that it was easy to regulate ozone depleting chemicals because alternatives already existed. Not true: http://ow.ly/4FTXR

Doing nothing to stop climate change will cost more than preventative measures http://huff.to/feaSPs via @huffingtonpost

Millions of Gallons of Hazardous Chemicals Injected Into Wells, Report Says – http://nyti.ms/hy47Xe (And risk to water is…?)

Question to EU: you are already 16% below 1990 so is your 20% target that much agressive? #unfccc #cop17

Energy :

Renewable Energy Passed Up Nuclear in 2010: http://t.co/Cfr6F7x

History of Fuel Economy {Infographic} & More: http://t.co/Ls2cXRp

Harnessing Volcanoes Themselves for Energy?: http://t.co/VYBMCdC

Top Ten Solar Cleantech Programs Globally http://t.co/lsWqSXD via @Cleantechies

Could Thorium Be The Key To Safer Nuclear Power? http://t.co/dKSt4Te via @Cleantechies

The Cost of Doing Nothing http://t.co/C05GKll via @Cleantechies (on energy efficiency)

Take a Bite Out of Coal! http://t.co/AOvFnLq via @Cleantechies

Bush’s chief economist schools Bush and GOP: Domestic drilling won’t lower gas prices – http://clmpr.gs/j4KDLO

India’s Wind Energy Capacity could top 65 GW by 2020: http://t.co/ay5KlVS

Why Global Renewable Energy is Not Just a Theory http://tinyurl.com/3mqxabq

12 Gigawatts Available at Existing U.S. Dams – News of a new Oak Ridge National Laboratory analysis… http://tumblr.com/x70208uv2o

Transport :

Global Market for E-Scooters and E-Motorcycles to Surge, Report Says http://t.co/ci3WEZr via @Cleantechies

Great quote. RT @AdamBam: “…there is an inverse relationship between happy cars and happy people.” Great read from @grist bit.ly/ghV6ht

Sustainable development :

2012: International Year of Sustainable Energy for All. http://tinyurl.com/3fq4jp6 and http://www.unido.org #UnitedNations #energy

Lester Brown on a global green economy: ‘Let no man say it cannot be done’ http://ow.ly/4DTw7

Bury it or Burn it? An Environmental Dilemma http://t.co/iq1sP8C via @Cleantechies

Poland Announces Renewable Energy Targets: http://t.co/W2aMQOU 8.85% of energy from renewable resources this year ; 16.78% by 2019

Misc :

“I’d put my money on solar energy… I hope we don’t have to wait til oil and coal run out before we tackle that.” – Thomas Edison, March 1931

Hilarious cartoon ads: Sex is no accident. Always use a condom http://ow.ly/4DVxi

“Success is simply a matter of luck. Ask any failure.” – Earl Wilson #quote #quotes #success #luck #failure

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh46lhHttkM histoire de mettre de bonne humeur le matin 🙂 #monkeyIsland

Tomber est permis ; se relever est ordonné. #proverberusse #citation

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