Worth an article – My March 2012 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 and environmental issues

#ConnectTheDots – the 10 weirdest things about our record-breaking March weather http://wxch.nl/H0HYoK #350ppm

We recently told you that climate damage to oceans could cost $2 trillion, but what are those costs from? Find out herehttp://ow.ly/9U7q8

I don’t want to look like I am complaining, but being able to sunbathe in March in Northern France at six pm IS NOT normal.#climatechange

Climate change to cost Pakistan $14 billion annuallyhttp://bit.ly/GLMw2C

If you’re a little freaked by the weather–we truly need you helping with Connect the Dots day on May 5 http://www.climatedots.org/

Our weather has been weird; Mexico’s drought has been truly truly devastating. http://planetark.org/enviro-news/item/64995

Plunder continues as EU fisheries ministers tinker around the edges of reform http://www.fishupdate.com/news/fullstory.php/aid/17251

Forest coverage in region covering 20 northern U.S. states has increased by 28%, outpacing other regions. http://goo.gl/HcsrE

These microalgae-powered lamps could absorb 150 times more CO2 than a tree: http://bit.ly/wJ4eDP

Forget Kyoto – climate bonds will drive the green revolutionhttp://theconversation.edu.au

Severe drought affecting most Mexican states has caused 40% drop in crop production opening door to food shortages.http://bit.ly/yzhK1L

Science: Ocean Acidifying So Fast It threatens Humanity’s Ability to Feed Itself http://bit.ly/w93DgD


Common Sense 101: If You Drive a Hummer, Don’t Complain About Gas Prices : TreeHugger http://www.treehugger.com/cars/common-sense-101-if-you-drive-hummer-dont-complain-about-gas-prices.html My point exactly

Climate Presenter Peter Joseph: “Our biggest worry is not a nuclear winter but a carbon summer.” http://ow.ly/9xbDJ

IEA estimates to achieve a 50% CO2 emissions reduction, funding for R&D in clean tech will need to be 2-5 times higher: http://j.mp/zTbC1o

RT @joschapa “the real challenge is retrofitting existing buildings, not to build new, more efficient buildings” #sbc2012 #HECSBC

Could algae really provide up to 17% of our transportation fuel? [VIDEO] http://bit.ly/GJIkiE

La #Wallonie éteint l’éclairage sur les autoroutes entre 0h30 et 5h30. Elle économise 15GWh, soit deux millions d’euros par an #diantonio

RT @ecocitoyens : A lire sur @lenouvelobs : « Carburant trop cher ? Apprenez à économiser. Vraiment. » http://bit.ly/HvaG0e

two euros for one liter of unleaded gasoline. It is already happening in Paris : www.lefigaro.fr [Fr]

Presentation from @IEA workshop: Multiple Benefits of #Energy#Efficiency: The UK Perspective: http://slidesha.re/xqQU5C

Renewable hydropower could supply all of Africa’s electricityhttp://bit.ly/GCV9dO

How selling #comfort and #warmth can encourage more homeowners to insulate http://wp.me/p15i9j-wD #EnergyEfficiency

That’s… a lot of money. Wow. #350ppm RT @drgrist: Oil companies get $7,610 in U.S. taxpayer subsidies every minute.http://is.gd/Be0x7D

RT @TomasWyns: A 2050 low-carbon roadmap for America:http://europeanclimatepolicy.eu/?p=515 and it’s amazing! -80% emissions and $5 trillion savings.


If companies had to pay for full environmental costs of their operations, they would lose 41¢ for every $1 in earnings.http://ow.ly/9tucc

19 Climate Games That Could Change the Future http://bit.ly/wqSQjP

Scalable consumption + supply chain + circular economy = Hope for sustainable economies http://bit.ly/FPJBT3 @DRMeyer1

Great article on why #Renewable #Energy should be talked about–a LOT–in Business Schools: http://bit.ly/GIOi3J

EU maintained #glass #recycling rate of 68% in 2010, equivalent to 25 billion glass containers. http://goo.gl/d9d2Q

Climate change disproportionately affects poorer nations, but it also hurts the poor in the world’s wealthiest cities http://ow.ly/9U7cV

Nine Barriers to Reinventing Capitalism (from an enviro lens) from@volansjohn http://gu.com/p/36b76/tw More than #CSR#neweconomy

This is crazy, outrageous: “Sueño con ser mileurista, tener familia, casa… ” http://politica.elpais.com


In case you missed it: exec publishes scathing resignation letter – “Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs” http://ow.ly/9F0rL

Inspiring quotes

Where there is great love there are always miracles. Willa Cather

Miguel de Cervantes: “That’s the nature of women not to love when we love them, and to love when we love them not.”

Man is a complex being: he makes deserts bloom – and lakes die. ~Gil Stern

“The world we have created is a product of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” ~Einstein

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