Toyota Hybrid Racing outlines plans for 2013 season

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Toyota Racing can confirm its plans for the remainder of the FIA World Endurance Championship season. The team will split its efforts between the ongoing 2013 WEC season and the development of its 2014 car in order to make best use of the available resources. As a consequence, the #8 of Anthony Davidson, Sébastien Buemi… Read more »

2nd Hybrid-electric Vehicle Technology Conference

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See on – Green Living Merisis is organizing the 2nd HEV Technology Summit 2013, about Hybrid-Electric Vehicle, working in conjunction with China Power Supply Association, on Sep.26th -27th, Shanghai of China. As the only professional summit with a specific focus on hybrid vehicles this year, the key issues are as follows: Policy Tendency, OEM’s… Read more »

Smart Buildings – Living Green in a Big Way

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Smart Buildings In recent years we have heard more and more about how we need to live green, go green with the products we use, and of course build with green materials. In our series of Green Articles, you will read much about Smart Systems, or Integrated Systems in the “Intelligent” Buildings or “Smart” Buildings…. Read more »

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Experts suggest that by 2005, 40 percent of American homes will buy organic, yet a large majority have only a limited knowledge of how to actually make informed, green choices. Green Living , from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine […]

Greenland’s Melting: Creating A Different Climate than Earth Has Ever Seen

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See on – Green Living July 28, 2013 Rolling Stone Greenland‘s ice sheets are melting faster than anyone predicted. Why  glaciologist Jason Box’s radical theory may not be so radical after all… The expedition, called the Dark Snow Project, is the first crowd-sourced scientific research trip to Greenland. “The old ways of doing things… Read more »