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Could Too Many Wind Turbines Offer Diminishing Returns?

A new study conducted by an international research group has raised the question of what happens when too many wind turbines begin affecting the low atmosphere. Over the last decade there have been several attempts to determine the impact of wind farms on the atmosphere and regional and global climate. Show More Summary

US Energy Storage Market Deployed 40.7 MW In Q2’2015, Says GTM Research

The US energy storage market deployed 40.7 MW worth of storage in the second quarter this year, its best quarter in two and a half years, says GTM Research. GTM Research and the US Energy Storage Association released the latest edition...Show More Summary

Enel Green Wins Big In Brazil’s Public Solar Tender

Enel Green Power has been awarded 553 MW of new solar PV capacity in Brazil’s landmark Leilão de Reserva public solar tender. Held on August 28, the Leilão de Reserva public solar tender was the country’s second reverse auction for solar...Show More Summary

Off-grid Fig Tree Residence is a modern solar-powered home in Australia

Jamison Architects completed a modern and totally energy self-sufficient home in Queensland, Australia. The solar-powered abode, known as the Bach House or as the Fig Tree Residence, is built around a magnificent 100-year-old fig tree that forms the focal point of the design. Show More Summary

Jenine Shereos knits her hair into intricate leaves

Jenine Shereos is a sculptor and installation artist specialized in fiber and textile processes. She creates amazing knitted installations and objects mixing the craft with natural materials. Her latest pieces, 'Leaf Series' are made from her own and

Navigating Sustainability and Your Fiduciary Duty

A teacher, pressing a student to explain why he was late to class, was puzzled by his response "I simply followed the sign." When the teacher asked what the sign said, the student answered "School Ahead, Go Slow." Misinterpreting signals...Show More Summary

Sixth-gen Core chips, sensors for drones and overclocking among Intel's newest tech (pictures)

Intel has shown off its recent endeavours at the IFA trade show in Berlin. We show you the most important tech from the US chipmaker.

40 percent of moms avoid family photos because they don't like the way they look, survey says

Technically Incorrect: Many moms who use their cell phones to take family photos say they don't like being in them. Some said they need alcohol to allow themselves to be in them.

Acer targets gamers with new Predator 6 smartphone, Predator Projector

The Android phone will be available early next year -- but in a limited number of markets. And the gaming projector will hit in mid- to late-2016, an Acer executive tells CNET.

India’s Inox Wind Secures 100 MW Order; Project Pipeline Jumps To 1.25 GW

Inox Wind, one of India’s leading wind energy solutions provider, has announced fresh orders in line with its expectation of solid growth in the quarters ahead. Inox Wind Director Devansh Jain announced that his company received an order...Show More Summary

Delhi Metro Awarded For Increased Use Of Solar Power

The Efforts of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to increase the use of solar power at its stations have earned it recognition from the central government. The Indian Ministry of New & Renewable Energy recently awarded the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for being among the lead public sector entities pursuing solar power generation. Show More Summary

Citi Group: Tackling climate change is cheaper than doing nothing

And that's before you factor in the monumental negative costs of climate disruption!

The truth behind the death of Knut the polar bear turns stranger

Ongoing studies of Knut's untimely demise find a disease previously known only in humans.

Photo: Flight of tree swallows

A common group name for swallows is a "flight."

World's largest coal port to divest from fossil fuels

Coal-dependent communities understand that the writing is on the wall.

Join Our Crowdfunding Campaign! Tech Titans and the Housing Crisis

As you may have heard, TriplePundit is developing a three-part multimedia series to examine the blind spot facing many tech companies when it comes to their impact on communities. First up, HOUSING.

Unchecked global warming could bring worst hurricanes ever seen by the end of this century

The basic jist of almost every study we see these days related to weather, climate change, and the environment can be summed up in just a few words: it’s getting worse. Unfortunately, a new study looking into future storm patterns has a similar The of

You Get Around Much Faster By Bike

Originally published on The ECOreport. Mads Phikamphon, editor of the Danish website icebike.org, lives in Copenhagen and, as you will read in the following Q&A, doesn’t think most people need a car. He says, “If you need to bring your...Show More Summary

Q&A: Recent Grad Jamie Bohan Talks Strategy in a Changing World

Today's business leaders must be ready to keep up with the curve-balls the 21st century is poised to throw at them, from shifting economic landscapes to a changing climate. Jamie Bohan, a recent graduate of the Executive Master’s inShow More Summary

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