There’s a good chance flipping on the light switch 10 years from now will feel just as ordinary as it did for your parents and grandparents. But behind the scenes, a radically different system for sending electrons where they’re needed will be turning on those lights. Electrical power that today comes from massive centralized generation […]
Archives for June 2017
June 20, 2017 Dr. Peter G. Brown McGill University Dear Peter, I am delighted to inform you that the Board of the U.S. Society for Ecological Economics has selected you for the 2017 Herman Daly Award for outstanding contributions to ecological economics. The Herman Daly Award was established in 2003 in honor […]
Addressing the Global 2030 Agenda for climate change, disaster risk reduction and sustainable development goals requires understanding the interrelationships among the environment, economy, society, cultures and beyond.
Tesla and Vermont utility Green Mountain Power have partnered to offer backup battery power to residential customers for just $15 per month, less than half the cost of a similar pilot the utility ran two years ago. The price drop comes from improvements in battery capacity and energy output, Greentech Media reports, along with control […]
CACOR Award at the 2017 Canada Science Fair. Featured Image Caption: Émeric Proulx, accepting his certificate from Steve Karrel, a Director of the Board of Youth Science Canada, at the Youth Science Fair in Regina, Saskatchewan. CACOR is pleased to announce that Émeric Proulx, age 16, a native of Sainte-Thèrese, Québec and a student at […]