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D.Light LED Solar Rechargeable #S300 Lantern and Cell Phone Charger

D.light’s premium portable solar light, full of features such as multiple light settings, a cell phone charger and a separate solar panel. Perfect for power outages and remote locations without electric capabilities. Offers four brightness settings, 16 hours of LED light on a day’s charge with USB port to charge cell phones. 100 hour nightlight [Read More...]

Installation of Automatic Production of Biodiesel

How doctors use the cloud to work in Haiti…

  smartercities: How doctors tapped into cloud to promote better health in Haiti Post 2010 earthquake in Haiti, two American doctors created a humanitarian, non-profit program named Colleagues In Care in an effort to provide education and training to those who were affected by the earthquake.

David Roberts on Climate Change – “It’s getting hot in here…”


A solar-powered water purifier that makes clean water anywhere

  A solar-powered water purifier that makes clean water available to even the most remote populations.

Sun at work, Berlin…

  Karl Ziegler Strasse, Adlershof, Berlin

How the Dutch make their intersections “bike-friendly”…

Want to know how the Dutch design their intersections so that they’re friendly for cyclists? Then check out this video. It’s amazing what you can achieve when you actually care about something and you put thought and intent into it.

Silicon solar photovoltaics and silver…

The majority of silicon solar photovoltaics use silver to conduct electricity but thanks in part to help from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, TetraSun is using copper as a conductor instead of silver. The approach, along with the results and the cost-savings have helped TetraSun and NREL win a 2013 R&D top 100 award from [Read More...]

Luang Prabang: Off the Grid

  The village wasn’t on the grid, but some families had solar panels to power a few bare light bulbs, and top two richest families had satellite dishes for TV.

Climate Change – We Now Know The Point of No Return

Scientists have now found a way to predict when we’ve reached the global warming point-of-no-return.