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Why can the 3:1 ratio of China/US Investing in Renewable Energy be worrisome?


The title of this Apr 9 Quartz article — “For every $1 the US put into adding renewable energy last year, China put in $3” — draws our attention to the tip of an iceberg about the competition for leading the global technological innovations. The article says that “around 26% of the country (i.e. China)’s … Continue reading

Qinghai province (larger than Texas) ran on renewable energy for 7 days


Huff Post, quoting Chinese state media, reported that Qinghai “had run for seven consecutive days entirely on renewable energy. The province, which is larger than Texas, relied only on wind, solar and hydroelectric power from June 17-23 …. population of 5.8 million with 1.1 billion kilowatt hours of electricity — equal to about 535,000 tons … Continue reading

Conservation, reduction in energy use is missing


China has an impressive plan to become more sustainable as can be seen from the draft report China’s National Energy Strategy and Reform. In this report the word conservation is mentioned 76 times and yet not once with regard to real implementation or the reduction of building new power plants or coal and petroleum use … Continue reading

China wants more clean energy & eco-cities


The issue of energy could take up a hundred pages or more to do a proper job in covering China’s issues and the building of eco-friendly cities, so only a small picture is presented in this article. The fact that China is looking elsewhere for it’s energy indicates that China has not looked hard enough … Continue reading

Comment on the environment in China


Nature is the only thing that is currently truly sustainable on our planet. There’s plenty of greenwashing going on right now, especially in the U.S.  Greenhouse Project Denver is concerned with growing more local food year round in an almost closed system – where the inputs are minimal and the outputs are much greater. The … Continue reading

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