On May 13th Microgrid Knowledge hosted “How to Get More out of Microgrids: Overcoming the Challenges” as part of their month-long Microgrid Conference. The session featured industry experts Scott Kessler, Head of Microgrid Strategy at Siemens, Scott Manson, Technology Director at SEL, Keith Thomson, Co-Founder and Facilitator at AVL Critical Services Microgrid Group, and Karim El Alami, Managing Director at Elum Energy. Led by Samantha Reifer, Director at Scale Microgrid Solutions, panelists were prompted to explain their perspectives on major challenges preventing communities from fully relying on microgrids, and how to navigate and manage these issues.Read More →

Portable wind turbine innovation. KiteX

The Wind Catcher, by the copenhagen-based company KiteX, is a new innovation that can be used for camping or emergency backup in combination with solar panels for sunless days, or solo. It can connect to a classic generator for extra power as well. 2 models are available, 200W and 600WRead More →

According to the University of Sydney, nearly 1 Billion animals are feared dead as a direct and indirect result of the fires that have been catastrophic across the continent. The fires have been ongoing for several months, having been ignited for various reasons but exacerbated by climate change including extendedRead More →

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have been studying Squid Camouflage. A new study has demonstrated the ability to understand the mechanism by which squid, and other camouflage sea species, control reflective pigments to change their appearance and visibility. Reflectin, the protein which controls reflective pigments, has long been a mysteryRead More →

StarTalk is a podcast hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson that dives into the topics of science, pop culture, and comedy. Each episode features people who work in various scientific fields and a comedic element from Co-Host Chuck Nice along with other interesting people with a questioning stance on the cosmos.Read More →

“Green economy expands in the US, overtaking fossil fuel industry… Over nine million people currently work in the green economy in the US… and generates over US$1.3 trillion in revenue per year” This shows how renewable energy & sustainability go hand in hand with a progressive economy. More news onRead More →

Our Book Talk today features Carl Safina, an environmental writer, who published in 2015 a beautiful book… Title: Beyond Words- What Animals Think and Feel What we love: Beyond beautiful discovery. The author explores a new and unique angle, suggesting we ask different questions to unveil the secrets of theRead More →

America Recycles Day is November 15th, 2019. The day, organized by the Keep America Beautiful organization, aims to encourage recycling and raises awareness about the benefits of recycling. Keep America Beautiful was established in 1953, aiming to end littering, improve recycling, and beautify communities throughout the country. Nearly 80,000 peopleRead More →


“According to the Environmental Protection Agency, recycling aluminum cans saves 95 percent of the energy needed to make new ones from raw materials.” Washington Post. Leave your comments below, or sign up to our upcoming brand new Newsletter! Source: Five myths about recycling www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/five-myths/five-myths-about-recycling/2018/04/20/9971de66-43e6-11e8-8569-26fda6b404c7_story.html   Roxane Bernard.Read More →

The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York City, is offering 10 days of film screenings, panel discussion, field trips, receptions, parties, and a conference. This year marks the 9th annual festival, dedicated to environmental issues and the advancement of science. Categories include best ocean film, best animation film, bestRead More →

North America Smart Energy Week is underway in Salt Lake City, UT. The event kicked off on Monday with an opening session featuring Abby Hopper, President and CEO of Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). The opening session was focused on the role of clean energy in an integrated De-carbonization strategy.Read More →

Η πνευμονική https://clisgreece.gr/clomid-greece.html ατελεκτασία Proscar, επομένως, μπορεί να σχετίζεται με πνευμονίτιδα από λύκο και μερικές φορές με κυψελιδική ίνωση. Η πενταπλή εμφάνιση συμπτωμάτων αλλεργικής ρινίτιδας είναι αντιστρόφως ανάλογη με την έκθεση των κεντρικών περιοχών και της ενδοτοξίνης σχεδόν στην παιδική ηλικία.A coalition of around 10,000 farmers and ranchers announced theyRead More →

The Youth Climate Strike is happening on Friday, September 20th. Events are planned throughout the United States throughout the week to demand transformative action to address climate change. Demands from the strike are a Green New Deal, respect of indigenous land and sovereignty, environmental justice, protection and restoration of biodiversity,Read More →

The Trump administration has proposed lifting logging restrictions on Tongass National Forest. The proposal would allow for roads to be built in an area that had been previously designated as part of Alaska’s roadless rule. The roadless rule is currently in effect for 9.2 million acres of the total 16.8Read More →