Another good reason to pile density onto subway lines: Almost free heat and cooling.
A new study shows how much work still lies ahead of us if Switzerland is to do without fossil fuels in the future. There are two possible solutions: storing large amounts of energy in summer and limiting our demand in winter, or generating energy in the ‘sunny south’ or ‘windy north’ of the world and transporting it here.
Can one device to it all? Should it? Has its time finally come?
NATIONAL TRUST ANNOUNCES IT WILL DIVEST FROM ALL FOSSIL FUEL COMPANIES Europe’s biggest conservation charity has just over £1billion invested in stock markets with the returns vital for helping protect and care for special places Majority of fossil fuel equity…
Not only would this ingenious new cooling system be cheap to implement, it would also save millions of tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere.
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That’s 0.0082677165 inches for Americans, and really thin in either unit.
A new report publishes outdated research about emissions in the built environment — here are the facts about building electrification.
The proposal for redeveloping Toronto’s waterfront into a green, sustainable, urban tech hub is controversial.