Braininvat » April 22nd, 2016, 5:47 pm wrote:Right below the article/photos you linked was an ad for luxury SUVs. Heh.
I spent Earth Day, as I spend many days now, restoring an old house that would otherwise get the wrecking ball and then require chopping down a bunch of trees to replace it. Am currently trying to stop the city from demolishing another old wreck, which i believe has good structural timber and is worth salvaging.
uninfinite » April 29th, 2016, 5:48 am wrote:If I may be forgiven for interjecting some positivity into this debate, 2015 spending on renewable energy reached a record high of approximately $285bn - up from the previous record of $215bn in 2011.
This is a link to 'global trends in renewable energy investment' website:
http://fs-unep-centre.org/publications/ ... tment-2015
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