National study, from the third quarter of 2013, also notes an increase in alternative fueling stations and ranks the top states in energy efficiency
Ecotech Institute’s Clean Jobs Index, a tool to compare states’ use and development of clean energy, found more than one million job postings in the clean energy sector from July 1, 2013, through September 30, 2013. This shows a 54 percent increase in…
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More than 10,200 Power Utility Jobs were Available in the Last Year; Industry Insiders See Looming Talent Gap
The Power Utility industry is experiencing a massive demographic shift and employees who know both conventional grid and smart grid technology are in demand. With a growing number of retirees and new technologies cropping up, a new generation of power utility technicians is critical for the industry. Ecotech Institute, which focuses entirely on preparing students…
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By Suzanne York, 6degreesofpopulation.org.
With over 7 billion people on the planet, demand for water for household, agricultural, and industrial use is increasing even faster than population growth. Many areas, such as the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico, are already experiencing competing demands on water in a region heavily…Continue
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Want to leave a Handprint? Restore the Earth is a campaign that is about working to restore the great ecosystems around the planet; forests, oceans, freshwater, tundra, corals and the soils – they are the greatest allies we have for our future, to give us a better quality of life, clean air, food security, pure water and…Continue
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In the movement to "go green" and the increasing demand for products that deliver a sustainable practice to buyers fingertips, a lot has been going unmentioned within the circles of the press.
The energy used to manufacture and transport products is often hidden, and it can be the prime…Continue
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Recently I've been watching lots of TED Talks online, and I've been finding lots of inspirational content that deserves to be shared. One of the talks was by author Janine Benyus, who has devoted her time to showcase Nature's genius. Biomimicry is her latest…Continue
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We are happy to introduce to the community new assistant admin Darkin Tanner!
Darkin Tanner joins the …Continue
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An op-ed / blogging campaign focussed around a single issue (like Climate Change in Here Now and our governmental bodies, large and small, have to do something about it today). If everyone in California flooded the newspapers, the blogs, the online commenting forums, the airwaves...all with one message. In addition, back it up with letters and calls to Sacramento.
Some top thinkers recently gathered in Washington, DC to strategize on population, women’s rights and environment issues. Experts met at the Aspen Institute on January 12th to discuss “The Road to Rio: Climate Change, Population and Sustainability” and find ways to collaborate and shed more light on these…Continue
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I am starting a permaculture demo side in the California Valley(learning dessert gardening) Any more people interested in learning and doing hands on permaculture practices with experienced educated permaculturist ?Reply to Apple.firstname.lastname@example.org
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I am posting a blog about swapping goods for goods. The author is a member of International Transition Towns, Sherry L. Ackerman, Ph.D and that is what really got my attention and thought it was something good to share. Here is what Sherry had to say. "
My hometown, Mount Shasta, California, is participating in the international Transition Town movement. We are officially a Transition Town and are actively trying to build a strong, sustainable,…Continue
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When our team discovered 'A New We - EcoVillages & Ecological Communities in Europe' by Austrian documentary filmmaker, Stefan Wolf, we immediately made contact to propose an 'interdependent partnership' and publish a digital download version of the film.
Our goal was to direct part of our portion of the proceeds to the…Continue
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