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#idlenomore: Life of a Hashtag

Published on January 16, 2013 by in Home

   

 
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INFOGRAPHIC – LIGHTING THE CLEAN REVOLUTION: THE RISE OF LEDS AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR CITIES

Published on December 17, 2012 by in Home

  thecleanrevolution.org   The game-changing report Lighting the Clean Revolution: The rise of LEDs and what it means for cities, which looks at the economic and efficiency benefits of low carbon LED lighting. The full report can be downloaded here. But for a simple snapshot, we’ve also designed this infographic.

 
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Interactive Infographic: What Could Disappear with sea level rise

Published on November 25, 2012 by in Home

  By BADEN COPELAND, JOSH KELLER and BILL MARSH NY Times  The New York Times has developed a neat infographic that shows the effects of sea level rise on major American cities. Maps show coastal and low-lying areas that would be permanently flooded, without engineered protection, in three levels of higher seas. Percentages are the

 
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Report outlines ways Canadian commuters can save money, drive less and cut climate pollution

Published on October 23, 2012 by in Home

  Cherise Burda and Julia Kilpatrick Pembina Institute    Toronto — Canadian commuters can save time and money while reducing their environmental impact and cutting climate change pollution by making simple changes to their driving habits, according to a new study released today by the Pembina Institute. The report, Behind the Wheel, states that the average

 
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Social Media Team: Jobs & Energy

Published on October 16, 2012 by in Home

  350.org   Here in the US we’ve been hearing a lot of talk about job creation. Around the world, jobs are a top priority for both politicians and the millions of people who desperately want to work. Here’s the simple truth: renewable energy investment creates jobs at a significantly higher rate than fossil fuel

 
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Carbon Cap-and-Trade Explained in 1 Simple Diagram

Published on October 6, 2012 by in Home

  James West Mother Jones   SOURCE RELATED: 5 Things To Know About California’s Cap and Trade Program

 
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An infographic about the pathway to sustainable development

Published on August 9, 2012 by in Home

By Pierre Hamilton, Communications Associate ecojustice   I posted a link to “Will Economic Growth Destroy Our Planet,” a NPR Planet Money podcast, on our Facebook page last Wednesday. The show featured two economists, one who argued that “economic growth is environmentally unsustainable” and another that argued that “economic growth and a healthy environment can co-exist.”

 
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Quebec Protests Explained (Infographic)

Published on July 30, 2012 by in Home

26 Jul 2012 TheTyee.ca Students marched in Montreal Sunday to mark five months of protest and prepare for a possible provincial election. This infographic lays out the issues.  

 
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Funding climate change with taxpayer money

Published on July 27, 2012 by in Home

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Science And The Fracking Boom: Missing Answers

Published on July 14, 2012 by in Home

NPR has produced an excellent infographic explaining why we should be concerned about the practice:   npr A technique called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has kicked off an energy boom in the United States. Fracking lets drillers unlock vast reservoirs of natural gas that were previously inaccessible. Over the past decade, about 200,000 gas wells

 
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Infographic Of The Day: How Bikes Can Solve Our Biggest Problems

Published on July 9, 2012 by in Home

There’s tantalizing data suggesting that biking could go a long way to solving America’s obesity crisis. And much more.     RELATED: Portland’s Bicycle Brilliance And what Vancouver can learn to create a self-propelled culture.

 
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The High Cost of Walmart’s 50th Birthday

Published on July 3, 2012 by in Home

   

 
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How substantial new business opportunities will be initiated by the international law of ecocide

Published on June 9, 2012 by in Home

Steve Venton http://oneplanetfocus.com   There is now irrefutable evidence and agreement that human progress must be decoupled from resource use and environmental deterioration. However, despite immense efforts to achieve the Green Economy, in which companies will supply the demands of all people within the renewable capacity of the Earth, this economic paradigm remains remarkably elusive.

 
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A Ticking Atomic Clock: Nuclear Power vs. Efficient Homes

Published on June 9, 2012 by in Home

EnergySavy   Why home energy efficiency is more cost effective and better for our economy than replacing our nation’s dying nuclear power plants.     Over the next 20 years, the power plants that produce one-third of the nuclear energy in the United States will reach the end of their operational lives. In the wake

 
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Silenced: Gender gap in the 2012 election coverage

Published on June 2, 2012 by in Home

4E Visualizing how media influences us Silenced: Gender Gap in Election Coverage Women are significantly under-represented in 2012 election coverage in major media outlets. In our analysis of news stories and transcripts from the past 6 months, men are much more likely to be quoted on their subjective insight in newspapers and on television. This

 
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