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Climate change is messing with rainfall across the planet
The redistribution of rainfall predicted by climate change modeling is playing out in real life, a new study by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has found.
The research, published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is the first study to find the signal of climate change in global precipitation shifts across land and sea. According to The Australian, large-scale studies to date have overlooked the 77 percent of global rainfall that occurs over the oceans. (Source : ThinkProgress)
By : Dixon | November 17, 2013 | 17:51 | Comments (0) Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

Clouds gather over Spain's renewables sector as aid cut
Spain's push to become a world leader in renewable energy risks collapsing after the government slammed the brakes on generous subsidies as part of an austerity drive. (Source : Solar Daily)
By : Robbert | February 5, 2012 | 21:41 Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

Samsung launches solar powered schools in Africa
Samsung has just launched its Internet Schools Programme, starting in South Africa, with plans to bring it to Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and Sudan, in the coming years. The schools are completely mobile, and like Apple’s initiative, are also solar-powered.
By : Dixon | October 27, 2011 | 15:26 Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

Why we need to get smarter about energy
From climate change to economic security, our parlous energy supplies constantly remind us of the need for new ways power the modern world. That reminder becomes all the more urgent when a storm shuts off the lights. (Source : John Yemma, Christian Science Monitor)
By : Dixon | October 11, 2011 | 16:05 Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

IEA says solar power could produce more then 50percent of global electricity
"Photovoltaic and solar-thermal plants may meet most of the world’s demand for electricity by 2060 - and half of all energy needs - with wind, hydropower and biomass plants supplying much of the remaining generation", Cedric Philibert, senior analyst in the renewable energy division at the Paris-based agency, said in an Aug. 26 phone interview. (Source : Cleant Technica)
By : Dixon | Augusth 30, 2011 | 09:18 Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

More enormous California solar plants on the horizon
The U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) has given First Solar approval for yet another massive solar plant, the largest photovoltaic (PV) plant the agency has approved thus far.
Desert Sunlight Solar Farm, a 550 megawatt (MW) thin-film solar PV project, will be built near Palm Springs, California on 4100 acres of public land.  (Source : Sustainable Business)
By : Dixon | Augusth 15, 2011 | 15:59 Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

Turkey tops European list in support for sustainability
Out of 10 European countries recently surveyed on climate change and energy trends, Turkey tops the list in favorable attitudes toward sustainability.
EDF Energy’s second annual pan-European Low Energy Alternative Future (LEAF) Index found that concerns about climate change increased across the EU last year, with Turkey showing the greatest gain: 75 percent are now worried about global warming, compared to 48 percent in 2010. (Source : Greenbang)
By : Dixon | Augusth 10, 2011 | 09:36 Mention article on Twitter Mention article on Facebook Mail to friend

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