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Australia Returns land to Aboriginals

Billions in change

China is the biggest polluter

Dutch Trains Now run on 100% wind power

Epic change

For the next 7 generations


Richard Greene

SION – a solar car for everyone

Two separate worlds

Printed Solar Panels


Bill Nye on Renewable Energy


Bladeless wind generators 


China’s solar king 


Eco-governance and the next 7 generations


Filemaker Josh Fox Wants to interrupt Climate Change – part Five

World’s first country to fully divest from fossil fuel

Restoring Lifes fabric


Say goodbye to high electricity bills 

These awesome pipes generate power from drinking water


Turn your roof into a generator 

Sweden has found a new way to store the sun's energy

Sweden is heating homes using waste energy from the internet


16-Year-Old Egyptian Scientist Finds Way to Turn Plastic Waste Into $78 Million of Biofuel! (Click for more)

Egyptian teenagers are on a roll lately – if they’re not proposing the next-generation of space propulsion systems, then they’re figuring out how to use the country’s plastic waste for fuel! Sixteen-year-old Azza Abdel Hamid Faiad has found that an inexpensive catalyst could be used to create $78 million worth of biofuel each year. Egypt’s plastic consumption is estimated to total one million tons per year, so Azza’s proposal could transform the country’s economy, allowing it to make money from recycled plastic.


Australia’s oldest painter creates dassling works of Aboriginal Art  (Click for more)

Regina Young

Art is one of the few things in the world that transcends different cultures, age gaps, genders, and class levels. Appreciation for the skill it takes to create a piece that speaks to a large group of people is something that can be cherished across time and space. What is more impressive than being able to produce this kind of content is being able to create masterpieces time and time again, even at the age of 105. . . 


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation divests entire holding in BP (Click for more)

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has sold off its entire holding in oil giant BP, in a move welcomed by fossil fuel divestment campaigners.  Bill Gates has called the selling off of coal, oil and gas stocks a “false solution” to climate change, but the known investments of his foundation in major fossil fuel companies has fallen by 85% since 2014. . . 


Canada's energy superpower status threatened as world shifts off fossil fuel, federal think-tank warns (Click for more)

Canada's status as an "energy superpower" is under threat because the global dominance of fossil fuels could wane faster than previously believed, according to a draft report from a federal government think-tank obtained by CBC News.

"It is increasingly plausible to foresee a future in which cheap renewable electricity becomes the world's primary power source and fossil fuels are relegated to a minority status," reads the conclusion of the 32-page document, produced by Policy Horizons Canada . . .


Costa Rica Powered With 100% Renewable Energy for 75 Straight Days  (Click for more)

Well done Costa Rica, well done. 

The Central American country has achieved a major clean energy milestone, meeting 100 percent of its power demand with renewable energy for 75 straight days. . .


Divest Now (Click for more)

Standing Rock is on the frontlines of a global movement to protect the planet from the corporations wreaking havoc on people the environment and the climate. The Water Protectors leading the way, have amplified the call for global divestment from the financial institutions funding the corporations. Money is the only language the banks and corporations understand.


Driving on Sunshine




Facilitation Resources

For the cost of an iPhone, you can now buy a wind turbine that can power an entire house for lifetime

Fossil fuel production

Free Electrons

India permits free energy technology despite threats from UK, US, Saudi Arabia

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