Worth an article – My November 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 dozens of 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

Climate change: thr is no plan B Time is almost up. a legally binding approach on climate change in Durban is critical http://bit.ly/tZl5qe

Climate Change Could Dramatically Effect African Population http://bit.ly/vt4VuU

RT @cindybax: Durban deaths caused by unseasonable weather, like we’re seeing around world – figueiras tells press at #COP17 #unfccc

Water level in Rhine at record low for November, expected to fall below all-time low of summer 2003 in coming days as drought continues.

Climate change toll is mounting: ocean acidification causing oyster die offs in Pacific NW, 90% losses http://j.mp/tt3WYs

Global emissions will push temperatures above 2°C, warns UNEP http://bit.ly/sjhxVi

Black carbon – whats it about and how addressing it can help save millions of tonnes of Co2 http://bit.ly/uyFiQh

Save close to 2.5 million lives a year; avoid crop losses amounting to 32 million tonnes annually? http://bit.ly/uyFiQh

[Fr] Pour le climat comme pour la dette, la sobriété plutôt que la rigueur http://dlvr.it/xZ2rx

Global warming to swamp one-third of NYC’s streets http://bit.ly/vRWeXK

The city of Groesbeck, TX provides a look at life inside a record-setting drought http://ow.ly/7AiBP

By 2050 hydrofluorocarbons could be responsible for emissions comparable to total current annual transport emissions http://bit.ly/sw31Wo

I am not a huge fan of #NOOP Not On Our Planet. I prefer Not On Planet Earth : N.O.P.E. Much more telling(via @grist )

Over 50% of the climate change challenge can be profitably addressed today http://me.lt/9P8mzx

Energy and cleantech

#Green Patriot Posters: ready-to-hang posters with an environmental message – bit.ly/sfrtdm

Algae jet fuel helps power United Airlines flight http://smrt.io/ucleNC

Oozing Biofuel: Algae Could Solve World’s Fuel Crisis – SPIEGEL ONLINE – http://spon.de/adqcP

A Five-Step Program for Ending Our Oil Addiction http://bit.ly/sr3QWm

6 Truths About Solar Energy http://bit.ly/w4ilUW

Feed-in tariffs responsible for most renewable energy http://bit.ly/sGJvNE

Africa’s biggest power utility polluter pledges to fight global warming http://bit.ly/vVerHG

Solar in the Asia Pacific Region Booms: China’s 2011 Installs May Surpass America’s for the First Time http://bit.ly/rZZapB

China outlines its aggressive push to cut emissions, calls on nations to “join hands” to promote low-carbon economy http://nyti.ms/v3UwmF

How to bridge the world’s emission gap by 2020! UNEP report, co-ordinated by @Ecofys, launch in London, tomorrow 11:30: http://bit.ly/BridGap

Renewable Energy Investment To Double Globally By 2020 – But Is Just One-Third Of What’s Needed : TreeHugger http://www.treehugger.com/energy-policy/renewable-energy-investment-double-2020-one-third-whats-needed.html

It’s Time to Prepare for CleanTech’s Rare Earth Problem : TreeHugger http://www.treehugger.com/clean-technology/its-time-prepare-cleantechs-rare-earth-problem.html

Canada Boosting Hydro Power to 88.5 GW to Replace US Coal http://cleantechnica.com/2011/11/16/canada-boosting-hydro-power-to-88-5-gw-to-replace-us-coal/

$500 Billion in Fossil Fuel Subsidies; Removing Them Would Boost Growth & Revenues, Reduce GHG Emissions: OECD http://cleantechnica.com/2011/11/17/oecd-urges-removing-fossil-fuel-subsidies-to-boost-growth-revenues-reduce-greenhouse-gas-emissions/

South Korea to Build 2.5 GW Offshore Wind Farm http://cleantechnica.com/2011/11/12/south-korea-to-build-worlds-largest-offshore-wind-farm-domestic-wind-power-industry/

Globally there are >3.5 million direct jobs in renewable energy (REN21), which is more than in oil&gas (±2.5 million, Greenpeace)

Solar Boom Hits 16 Gigawatts solarfeeds.com/china-solar-bo…

Power Barge Could Provide Affordable Wave Power http://bit.ly/sb3eS6

LED Bulb Looks Like Filament Bulb http://bit.ly/sgDYQe

Clever! Geothermal power plants could be a massive source of lithium for batteries http://su.pr/1PmCok via @michael_gr

Tidal power is now a legit source of renewable energy http://fb.me/Sp3T7Q4I

Chief Economist IEA Fatih Birol’s sombre perspective on our energy future: ‘Depressing … disappointing … bad news’ http://bit.ly/vv9V8t

How a Carbon Price Could Reduce Emissions http://blog.cleantechies.com/2011/11/10/how-a-carbon-price-could-reduce-emissions/ via @Cleantechies

IEA’s Jones Says Oil Price Drags on Economy http://bloom.bg/ukWsod #oil

@AlGore: “the tar sands are the dirtiest source of liquid fuel on the planet”

Why is it so hard to stop climate change? In 2010 Fossil fuels got $409 billion, clean energy got $66bn http://gu.com/p/339a9/tw

The International Energy Agency says peak oil came and went — in 2006. http://bit.ly/sQuA8t

RT @grist: Dalai Lama supports nuclear power, disses wind and solar http://bit.ly/uGBPMs

Is geothermal energy the future of clean energy?: http://www.ecofriend.com/entry/big-question-geothermal-energy-future-clean-energy/#.Trhr8Wz37x4.twitter

Bangladesh to build 2 #nuclear #plants by 2018 Read more @Enerdata http://goo.gl/heSPz energy information . #power #plant #nuclear

Sustainable development

How Biking Can Save Cities Billions of Dollars in Health Expenses – Transportation – GOOD http://fb.me/QfRWdwVN

UNEP Billion Tree Campaign Reaches 12 Billion Milestone – http://bit.ly/sJDzT8 #treeplanting #iyf #forests

#HunterLovins Nature uses limits to spur growth and innovation, so why don’t we #TomorrowsNaturalBusiness

Reaching a Comfort Level With Geoengineering http://nyti.ms/tgcVqk

“We must view Rio+20 as a unique opportunity to make the fundamental “change of-course” Maurice Strong, former UNEP ED http://bit.ly/tWSfu2

FACT: Toilets have saved more lives than any other invention. Ever. (via @water) #WorldToiletDay

For every dollar spent at a local business, 45 cents is reinvested locally. At corporate chains, it’s just 15 cents. http://bit.ly/1tDvX1

UN: failure to reduce environmental risks will set back human development http://fb.me/1c3I1iFix

Average family of 4 in the US throws away $175 of food per month & around 40% of edible #food gets thrown away. http://goo.gl/EoGQd @NRDC


Developing WordPress Locally With MAMP http://wp.smashingmagazine.com/2011/09/28/developing-wordpress-locally-with-mamp/ via @smashingmag

38 Magical Forest Photographs http://zite.to/vbERiE

“Optimism is a prediction that everything is going to end okay. Hope is a verb with its sleeves rolled up. I am very hopeful.” @FredKrupp

Tuesday, the conservative Congress decided that pizza is a vegetable.Can smaller gov repubs please tell me where I can get some pizza seeds?

National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 http://fb.me/zLL5SXJz

We never know the worth of water till the well is dry. – Thomas Fuller (1732)

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