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A selection of eco-friendly family oriented articles about ways to be a lit...

 
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Stroud Green Party members and councillors write....

 
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260 Days, No Repeats260 Days, No Repeats

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Forced GreenForced Green

Living a Natural Life in an Industrial World

 


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Scientists should soon have an easier time studying rising sea levels as climate change takes hold. NASA and the ESA have partnered with SpaceX to launch the Sentinel 6 Michael Freilich ocean tracking satellite. The spacecraft will gauge sea levels w...

GM is stepping up its commitment to electric vehicles, and it’s providing a clearer view of its strategy in the process. The automaker revealed at a Barclays conference that it’s boosting its combined EV and self-driving investment from $20 billi...

Electrify America is looking to simplify the payment process at its charging stations. The company has rolled out a system called Plug & Charge, which can automatically take care of payment when you connect a compatible electric vehicle. Ele...

The UK might soon move up its ban on sales of combustion engine cars — yes, again. The Financial Times and the BBC both claim Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce a ban on fossil fuel car sales by 2030, five years ahead of the most recent tar...

Daimler and Volvo both believe hydrogen fuel cells have a place alongside pure electric power, and they’re teaming up to ensure that happens. They’re forming a joint venture to develop and sell fuel cell systems. The focus is on heavy-duty trucks...

Playground Wall

By Not Quite Perfect on Oct 28, 2020 in: Green

Another of those 'it would be cool if it were real' images. Today's Gratitude Item: Finally getting assignment work from one of my students! Happily the work was sufficient to pass and I suspect that both of us are relieved that it has been done...

Electric car manufacturers have long claimed their vehicles are ultimately less expensive to own than their gas-powered counterparts, and it now looks like that wasn’t just classic marketing spin. Consumer Reports has published a study indicating t...