Engineering

If it gets built, there's an engineer involved somewhere. Check out some ideas on engineering the things we use everyday to be cleaner and more efficient.

Electric transmission experts speaking at a Capitol Hill event on June 28, 2010. What is the current planning process for upgrading and expanding our electric grid? How can it be improved? More information is available at www.eesi.org/... Read More
Planet Forward
Kevin Maas from Farm Power Northwest gives us a tour of his anaerobic methane digestion facility and explains how his beneficial relationship with local dairy farmers. See Kevin's pitch on the technology here: http://community.planetforward.org/... Read More
Planet Forward
Kevin Maas from Farm Power Northwest LLC in Mt. Vernon, WA explains why he thinks using manure for energy via anaerobic methane digestion is an important source of alternative energy. Find out more about the process and Kevin's plant at www.... Read More
SHEC has over the years, with funding from Sustainable Technology Development Canada and private investment, developed a number of solar energy innovations with it’s own lab and help from various corporate and university associates. Some points of... Read More
http://MPGomatic.com gets the lowdown on the Nissan Leaf plug-in electric car at the 2010 Washington Auto Show from Nissan's Director of Product Planning and Advanced Technology Strategy, Mark Perry. The Leaf will be the first affordable mass market... Read More
Nanotechnology is an emerging technology market with vast potential for reducing our carbon footprint. Naturally occurring structures, such as the tiny hairs on a gecko's foot, are teaching scientists innovative ways to tackle some of our biggest... Read More
Over the last few weeks since the "Next Steps to A Climate Bill" presentation at George Washington University, the initial diagnosis of collective ADD (Attention-Deficit Disorder) on environmental action I proposed has...well, oscillated maddeningly... Read More
Scientists in L.A. say it is possible.

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