Worth an article – my May and June 2013 tweets

https://i2.wp.com/www.elrst.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/twitter-earthrise-128x128.jpg?resize=128%2C128uh oh ! I totally forgot to publish a review of my most interesting news on Twitter for both May and June ! Lucky you, here is this long awaited for selection. As usual, each tweet could have been the subject of a full article.

Given this selection I believe it is safe to say we are reaching tipping points for both the seriousness of our multiple crises and in some way, how we are starting to address some of them (mostly climate change).

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

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A cleantech revolution is taking place in the USA

I really enjoy infographics as they enable to gather a lot of information in a few moments. The latest I found via Twitter (see left) is on how a cleantech revolution is already taking place in the United States of America. Indeed, since 2007, energy efficiency, renewables like solar and wind (as well as natural … Read more

Subsidies and drilling won’t solve our problems

You know probably know it : America – and to be fair, many other countires –  is giving a lot of subsidies to Big Oil and companies that are making billions of profits. This doesn’t make sense economically nor environmentally. You might also remember that I have been advocating changing this for years and have … Read more

An image is worth a thousand words

US oil importsNothing could be more true with infographics as they combine data and images. As Cool Infographics notes  “Charts and graphs can communicate data; Infographics turn data into information.”

This is a fantastic tool to understand complex topics like energy in general or for example how the United States rely too much on foreign oil and  as the image on the left explains.

Many blogs exist and provide infographics on various topics; I decided to propose you a selection of great examples on environmental, climate change and energy.

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