US Army to Buy $7 Billion in Renewable Energy


On the heels of the Department of Defense's (DoD) decision to consider up to 16 million acres of military land for renewable energy projects, the Army is actively seeking private sector partners to help make that development happen.

Saudi, Egypt may tender power link in early 2015



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Saudi Arabia and Egypt may tender their long-awaited power link project in early 2015 and it would take nearly three years to be completed, a Saudi electricity official was quoted on Wednesday as saying.

The Global Challenges -- Energy-Water Nexus and Climate Change

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The Global Challenge – Making The World Work For Everyone

Do you think you could run the world better than our current world leaders?

Here’s your chance!

The Global Challenge is a participatory educational simulation developed to help create solutions to the uneven distribution of global resources.

The mission is to:

"make the world work for 100% of humanity in the shortest possible time through spontaneous cooperation without ecological damage or disadvantage to anyone"

Register for the event here:

Relating: Energy, Water, Food and Climate Change

Submitted by wrscpmd on Wed, 07/05/2017 - 16:26

“Perfect storm” Professor Sir John Beddington FRS UK Chief Scientific Adviser 2008 -2013

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