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The International Student Energy Summit (ISES) is more than just a conference - it is a movement!
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By attending ISES 2011, the value and appreciation delegates took and continue to take from the exchange of ideas, experiences and new knowledge is just as great, if not greater, than attending an Oscar or Grammy Awards. I am glad to have this opportunity once again, to express my high appreciation for the networking opportunity extended to us. It all happend in THREE DAYS! ... Read more...
By: Timothy On Monday, 13 June 2011 Comments Comments(127) Read more...
I am wondering how the world can double reliance on renewable energy by 2030 as part of goals to slow climate change in a drive that will need strong backing from the private sector, given the recent economic recession and lack of some countries commitments to the Kyoto protocol. The United Nations have set a goal once again, like always. "The new goal is to have 30 percent of energy supplies from renewable sources by 2030. About 13 percent of energy used now comes from renewable sources, mos... Read more...
By: Timothy On Tuesday, 07 June 2011 Comments Comments(135) Read more...
  As Mat said, being a part of the ISES movement is not only an opportunity but a res... Read more...
By: Timothy On Monday, 06 June 2011 Comments Comments(230) Read more...
I asked this question because it is difficult for me to imagine that right now approximately two billion people, one third of humanity, do not have access to energy for their most basic needs such as cooking, lighting and heating. Not coincidently, this is the same one third that is currently living in extreme poverty. ... Read more...
By: Timothy On Sunday, 05 June 2011 Comments Comments(50) Read more...
Friends, do you know that the European Commission has issued proposals that, for the first time, attempt to regulate fuel taxation rates in EU member states? I was perplexed when I read that the EU wants to see motor and heating fuels taxed according to their energy content and CO2 emissions rather than by volume as is the case today. ... Read more...
By: Timothy On Sunday, 29 May 2011 Comments Comments(78) Read more...
Friends, this is just to share some recent fi... Read more...
By: Timothy On Thursday, 26 May 2011 Comments Comments(307) Read more...
According to a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), renewable sources of energy could meet almost 80 per cent of the world's energy supply by 2050, and the developing world is home to... Read more...
By: Timothy On Saturday, 21 May 2011 Comments Comments(174) Read more...
By: Timothy On Thursday, 19 May 2011 Comments Comments(5) 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...

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