Is Nissan Committed to the Electric Car Market?

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Over the last couple of days a number of observers have suggested that Nissan is looking to move away from the pure electric car market in favour of the hybrid market which has perhaps more sales potential in the short term. This has obviously caused major confusion within the electric car market amid concerns that… Read more »

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Sustainable Energy and Its Relevance

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The sustainable energy is the most sought after forms of energy in the planet now. The depletion of non renewable fossil fuel is a reality and the days are not far from that eventuality. The research and developments are already being done and are on the way. The aim is to get a real solution… Read more »

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Top 10 Benefits of Driving a Hybrid Car

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Do you feel for our environment? Do you want to save the earth? Then you should realize the need of acquiring a non-polluting, eco-friendly, fuel efficient vehicle. The solution lies in buying and commuting with a hybrid vehicle. These hybrids are tremendously fuel efficient and compact. Why buy hybrid? Here are the top 10 Benefits… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: How it Works, the Solar Decathlon Microgrid

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living The Solar Decathlon Microgrid is an award-winning program that challenges 20 collegiate teams from around the world to design, build and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive. The houses are built over a two year period on campuses across the world, and are then shipped to Irvine, California– the competition… Read more »

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How the world’s oceans could be running out of fish

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living It has been some time since most humans lived as hunter-gatherers – with one important exception. Fish are the last wild animal that we hunt in large numbers. And yet, we may be the last generation to do so. Entire species of marine life will never be seen in… Read more »

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How to have an environmentally friendly Halloween

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Shops are full of costumes, sweets, party goods and even CDs urging us to spend money on our spooky celebrations. But it doesn’t have to be that way….Home Aspirations blog See on www.aspirationenergy.co.uk

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24 Hours Of Reality – The Cost Of Carbon

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Join us October 22 & 23 as we travel around the world, identifying the costs of carbon pollution, and the solution that can change the course of our future.   Green Living 4 Live‘s insight: Excellent inniciative, See on www.24hoursofreality.org

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World’s First Vertical Forest Gets Introduced in Italy

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living The Bosco Verticale is a system that optimizes, recuperates, and produces energy. Covered in plant life, the building aids in balancing the microclimate and in filtering the dust particles contained in the urban environment. Milan is one of the most polluted cities in Europe. The diversity of the plants… Read more »

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Tackling climate change: Copenhagen’s sustainable city design

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Global warming poses a real threat to cities, but planners in the Danish capital are taking visionary steps to ensure its resilience – and success – as far ahead as 2100.   Visualise the world in 2050: convex streets that collect water from superstorms and pocket parks that absorb… Read more »

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