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By: Tayla Jamison On Wednesday, 18 May 2011 Comments Comments(15) Read more...
We are all accustomed to get home, turn on the lights, open our lap-top, go to the fridge to pour a glass of milk while we watch TV, and then read the ISES student blog. All this is possible because we have access to energy. This energy is produced hundreds of kilometers away, most probably from a combined cycle, thermoelectric or carbon power plant (Some of you are lucky enough to get your energy from the 18% worldwide renewable energy production – wind, solar, hydro, geothermal), this... Read more...
By: Chenoa Lynn On Wednesday, 18 May 2011 Comments Comments(16) Read more...
Relentless Demand – discussions with Network Performance Manager at Australian Regional Distribution Operator Our re... Read more...
By: Lebron On Tuesday, 17 May 2011 Comments Comments(8) Read more...
The Indian economy has clocked an average growth rate of 7 percent in the last decade. To maintain this pace, experts believe that the country will have to increase its energy consumption by at least 4 percent annually. This relentlessly increasing demand is a massive challenge for India, affecting not only the domestic economy but India’s foreign policy. India is the world’s eleventh-largest energy producer, wit... Read more...
By: king On Tuesday, 17 May 2011 Comments Comments(4) Read more...
Climate policy seems far away from the preoccupations of policymakers grappling with the fallout of the Fukushima crisis and the Arab revolutions. So the statement of US and EU climate negotiators that they do not expect a breakthrough at the Durban COP is unsurprising. Given that gloomy background, the CDM market quietly passes important milestones such as the 1000th pro... Read more...
By: Timothy On Tuesday, 17 May 2011 Comments Comments(7) Read more...
It began four years ago, with Mark Blackwell and Sabrina Sullivan’s idea plus initial seed money from Apis Design and the Institute for Sustainable... Read more...
By: Timothy On Saturday, 14 May 2011 Comments Comments(4) Read more...
It has been quite some time since I have met a full on climate denier, but last night while attending a panel talk at the University of Calgary I listened to 15 minutes of pure climate change denial... my jaw on the table the entire time.   Everyone is entitled to their own opinion so I am not here to bash anyone's views - especially those of a very bright, qualified geologist - however listening to his point of view actually scared me.  I cannot believe, desp... Read more...
By: michaelgordon On Friday, 13 May 2011 Comments Comments(4) Read more...
By: michaelgordon On Tuesday, 10 May 2011 Comments Comments(6) Read more...
By: alice paul On Thursday, 05 May 2011 Comments Comments(5) Read more...
  Hello student energy enthusiasts, My name is Rosie Pidcock and I am the Chair of ISES 2011. Welcome to our blog which will serve as a key communication tool between delegates leading up to the event! I am happy to present our 2011 delegate engagement campaign that will pose the following provokative question - What are the 10 "Unsolvable" Energy Problems that we fa... Read more...
By: On Thursday, 05 May 2011 Comments Comments(23) Read more...
Greetings! My name is Kevin English and I am a recent graduate of the University of British Columbia Political Science Program. I will be attending the Balsille School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada this coming september. My interests include International Political Economy and the Economics of the Global Energy System. Apologies for the length of my first blog, Ive been morking on it for a while, and probably got a little carried away. I hope you enjoy!  ... Read more...
By: Tayla Jamison On Wednesday, 04 May 2011 Comments Comments(6) Read more...
 Greetings everyone.   I decided to open up this ISES blog with a topic that is very dear to me: creating a positive future for nuclear energy. ISES is the perfect forum for our generation to finally discuss feasible energy solutions by building upon today’s unsustainable energy policies.   “Never doubt that a small group... Read more...
By: On Tuesday, 03 May 2011 Comments Comments(30) Read more...
Welcome to the ISES blog! I’d like to quickly introduce myself I am Emily Brown the vice chair of ISES 2011. To me ISES is more than just another conference, ISES is a movement; an actual life changing three days. ISES will fundamentally shift the way you think about energy. I can personally attest to this; it was at IS... Read more...
By: On Sunday, 01 May 2011 Comments Comments(27) Read more...
Only three months left! Can't wait for the event!!!... Read more...
By: On Sunday, 13 February 2011 Comments Comments(18) Read more...
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