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  • SOLUTION: Create a Smart Grid on Phuket

    SOLUTION: Create a Smart Grid on Phuket

        PLAN For the Future… a SMART GRID, the holy grail. some background: Forget about the U.S., Europe, India and even China: the smart grid market  is truly global, worth at least $27 billion and potentially $49 billion in … Continue reading

  • Renewable Energy: Biomass

    Renewable Energy: Biomass

  • Renewable Energy: Tidal Turbines

    Renewable Energy: Tidal Turbines

  • Renewable Energy: Wind

    Renewable Energy: Wind,0,2421278.story The wind-energy industry is now more focused on the “sometimes bewildering variety of domestic and regional policies” than on the UN negotiations as a source of impetus for growth, said Steve Sawyer, secretary-general of the Brussels-based Global … Continue reading

  • Renewable Energy: Solar

    Renewable Energy: Solar

                                 “I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal … Continue reading

  • CRISIS: Food Security

    CRISIS: Food Security

      World Food Crisis In case you haven’t noticed, the world is on the verge of a horrific global food crisis.  At some point, this crisis will affect you and your family.  It may not be today, and it may … Continue reading

  • CRISIS: Renewable Energy & Peak Oil

    CRISIS: Renewable Energy & Peak Oil

          PEAK OILThe date an area’s oil production reaches its maximum Means that about half the oil has been produced Does not mean “running out of oil” Does mean a continuous decline in production When oil half gone, … Continue reading

  • CRISIS: Water

    CRISIS: Water

                  Global Issues Local solutions Talking Trees…water without a filter is polluted The Phuket happiness development club organized a tree planting Bang Kanoon Forest in Thalang during November 2011. Belonging to the Ministry of … Continue reading

  • CRISIS: Plastic Oceans

    CRISIS: Plastic Oceans

        The worlds oceans make up 72% of our planet. The ocean drives global weather, absorbs the heat from our addiction to burning fossil fuels and provides the main source of protein for over a quarter of the worlds … Continue reading

  • CRISIS: Overfishing

    CRISIS: Overfishing

        Picture this…  “Imagine what people would say if a band of hunters strung a mile of net between two immense all-terrain vehicles and dragged it at speed across the plains of Africa. This fantastical assemblage, like something from … Continue reading