New Energy-Efficient Ball Sparkles at Times Square Celebration
Energy efficiency a great New Year’s resolution
Source: Copyright 2007, Jakarta Post
Date: December 30, 2007
Byline: Zenin Adrian
For those who do not have a New Year’s resolution yet, may I propose a good one?The recent UNCC conference in Bali highlighted global warming as an important problem which requires a global effort. Although the agreement the conference reached did not satisfy all parties, the impact is still real and it takes each one of us to start making a difference.
From: Paul Schaefer, ENN
Published December 27, 2007 02:48 PM
Greening The New Year
- U.S. promotes swap to energy-saving light bulbs
- Energy law pulls plug on Edison’s light bulb
- Let There be Light – for the Next 35 Years: the Green Gift That Keeps on Giving
- Energy Star Requirements to Get Tougher
/business/article/28240HOUSTON – According to a recent survey, 49 percent of all Americans will make a green New Year’s resolution for 2008. Direct Energy, a large North American provider of energy and energy-related services is offering tips to help homeowners keep their green resolutions.
An energy diet for the new year
Wednesday, December 26, 2007 12:13 PM EST
Renewable Energy Long Island wants locals to pledge to lower carbon dioxide emissions in 2008. Are you up to it?