A mix bag today, highlighting the importance of electricity grids in expanding renewable energy, the global expansion of fracking, a wolf in sheep's clothing CCS project, and some massively good news for Indian wind power.
It's no secret that most human-animal conflicts don't end well for wildlife -- but in a rare show of interspecies hospitality, an entire community in India has decided to relocate in order to make room for big cats in need of some extra space.
Lots of energy news today; unfortunately, apart from the notion that peak oil is actually an opportunity for massive positive societal and environmental change which we'll get to in a few words, it's not really good news.
Simpa Networks' customers pay a small percentage of the cost of their solar power systems up front, then purchase electricity in pre-paid increments like topping up a phone, working towards paying off the system.
rompted by new evidence of tigers there, the Meru Betiri National Park in East Java plans to install motion-sensing camera traps which might soon offer proof that, despite the finality of their conservation status, Javan tigers have indeed persevered.