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Please scroll down for lots of useful information. There are links to industry and environmental journals, relevant dates in the environmental and renewable energy calendar, current debates, a solar PV Feed-in Tariff calculator, green products websites, campaign groups and more. Some of this might be a bit outdated given time considerations and the fact that I don't get paid for doing this, but I do try and keep it as fresh and new as I can so it's still worth checking out.

Friday, 27 November 2015

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Marine Protected Areas in Europe



My interview article for Fair Planet, featuring Johnny Reker from the Spatial and Environmental Planning Agency in Denmark, on Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Europe: http://www.fairplanet.org/story/marine-protected-areas-in-europe/

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Solar powered bike path generating more energy than expected



http://interestingengineering.com/solar-powered-bike-path-generating-energy-expected/

A year ago, in November 2014, a consortium of companies and organisations in The Netherlands constructed a ‘solar cycle path’ called SolaRoad in Krommenie, in the province of North Holland. Thus far, some countries in the world have focused mostly on installing solar panels along the sides of roads or, in the case of one South Korean highway, over the top of a cycle path running between the two carriageways. Using solar panels for the surface of the road or cycle path itself is another thing altogether.

Or is it?

Monday, 9 November 2015

Making gadgets and appliances more energy efficient – Part Two



http://interestingengineering.com/making-gadgets-appliances-energy-efficient-part-two/

Making gadgets and appliances more energy efficient - Part 1



http://interestingengineering.com/making-gadgets-appliances-energy-efficient-part-one/


Over the last 50 years or so our homes have increasingly been stuffed with all manner of updated technological gadgets and appliances, ranging from smartphones and tablets through to Hi-Fi systems, gaming consoles and computers and laptops as well as smarter models of everyday appliances such as ovens, dishwashers, washing machines and dryers. The energy implications of this wave of technological advancement could have been severe, were it not for the whole host of efficiency and performance standards implemented by governments and industry, aimed at making these devices more energy efficient, and therefore also less costly.

Most people don’t tend to think too much about this, but with the escalating challenges of climate change, it is something that we will all have to consider in depth. Here is a basic introduction.

Energy & Environment Dates 2012