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Jeremy Rifkin on Global Warming and the Solar Future

Jeremy Rifkin, President of The Foundation on Economic Trends and author of the New York Times best-selling book, "The Third Industrial Revolution," addresses The Solar Future Conference with his thoughts on the world's energy future, the effects of Newton's laws on the field of Economics, and the possibilities of renewable energy.


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Global Warming.

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Kanpur: A city being killed by pollution

Kanpur: A city being killed by pollution | Environment | Scoop.it
North Indian city famed for its tanneries is being choked by untreated effluents that are blighting its population.

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Negativity of technology - Pollution

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Impact of buildings on environment and natural resources in Zimbabwe| glObserver Global Economics

Impact of buildings on environment and natural resources in Zimbabwe| glObserver Global Economics | Environment | Scoop.it
THE Institute of Architects of Zimbabwe will early next month hold a conference to broaden awareness on the impact of buildings on environment and natural resources

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Its good Zimbabwe is becoming aware of their environment and resources around them.

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Jeremy Rifkin on Global Warming and the Solar Future

Jeremy Rifkin, President of The Foundation on Economic Trends and author of the New York Times best-selling book, "The Third Industrial Revolution," addresses The Solar Future Conference with his thoughts on the world's energy future, the effects of Newton's laws on the field of Economics, and the possibilities of renewable energy.


Via jean lievens
Matt Moore's insight:

Global Warming.

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