Full disclosure: I am quite susceptible to the sins of alliteration. So I could not resist pointing out this great green tech resource site called MyGreenElectronics.
As the global warming debate rages, Heather Clancy chronicles the smart grid, electric vehicles, alternative energy, green IT and other developments shaping the green technology movement.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation
The Met Office (which is English English for their Meterological service) has developed a new computer model for predicting short-term effects of global warming. Their findings: the really hot times won't begin until after 2009.
Mainframes had their say earlier this week. Now, naturally, much of the hype coming this week out of the Next Generation Data Center conference swirls around keeping cool.
The World Resources Institute has built a new system for greenhouse gas (GHG) calculation. They've just posted on their website a lengthy PDF that contains what they say is state-of-math system for figuring GHG production.
Leonardo DiCaprio. Big star and big on the environment.
Don't know the protocol, but I guess a simple "hello" will do.The folks at ZDNet have been gracious enough to let me sidle up here to Harry Fuller in GreenTech Pastures where I can be passionate about the unlikely combination of the high-tech industry and the environment.
Over at CNETnews.com Martin LaMonica's built a picture gallery of a modular solar home.
You got it. Venture capitalists are pouring billions into alternative energy.
The U.S. House has now passed its version of a new energy bill.
The Republicans and Democrats are not happy with one another, and today's argument over a proposed energy bill in the House is bringing out the nasty.One Texas Republican is shocked by the "venom" he hears toward the oil industry.