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Alternate Energy Development in Japan

Japan is a densely populated country, and that makes the Japanese market more difficult compared with other markets. If we utilize the possibilities of near-shore installations or even offshore installations in the future, that will give us the possibility of continued use of wind energy. If we go offshore, it’s

How to Seek Grants for Alternative Energy

If you are someone who wishes to begin researching and developing alternative energy technologies and you would want to be set up as a not-for-profit organization or entity, you will want to look into getting government grants, on both the state and federal levels. Government grants for alternative energy research

What is deforestation?

Deforestation is a major issue. We are cutting down trees like never before. Sadly, we are not replacing the forests that we are cutting down. Deforestation is creating an enormous problem. We need trees for survival. Some people do not realize the seriousness of deforestation. Trees make it possible to

What happened to all the paper bags

I love paper bags. There are just so many things you can make with them. My favorite thing is paper bag cards. I’ve made many of these in the past. The paper bag is excellent for cards and scrapbooks because the open end makes a nice pocket to store tags

Tree of Good Fruits

The picture made from corrugated cardboard pads. The Flowers were made from discolored typing paper. The Banner was made from white and pink card stock paper. I used two plastic acrylic beads in the colors of yellow and green to add balance. I am using up these beads after that,

Should All of us Give Solar Power One more Try

Tweet Cities all over the world are encountering worsening air quality. The air is more and more difficult to breathe each year as oxygen levels decrease. The water of the earth continues to get much more dirty, and trees are dying. Man has made many poor choices and the planet

Green building construction

The new Bartlett Square condominiums in Jamaica Plain boast green building construction and a style that mixes traditional details with modern amenities. The 13 new condominiums and three retail spaces will be ready for occupancy later this month. Seven units are already reserved, according to Janet Deegan, a broker with Cervone

Eco Consulting Jobs

Washington, D.C., is indisputably one of the leading cities of the world. It is the home to the planetís largest government. The center of debate over complex and controversial legislation. The stomping ground for tens of thousands of highly paid lobbyists. And the fulcrum for the funding, dissemination, and regulation

Global Energy Demand

Global energy demand is rising and so are consumer expectations – more people want energy from cleaner sources. At Shell we are unlocking new energy sources and squeezing more from what we have. Together with others we are finding ways to lower our emissions and helping customers to do the