Energy Law

Weaving Green Thinking Into Business Technology in Late 2013

Global society has reached a level of energy use that we’ve never seen before. While there are ongoing improvements in technology that are meant to mitigate resource use and push sustainability to the forefront, there are also technology structures that contribute to the downward spiral of our climate and materials. One of the technology models that isn’t as efficient as ...

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Mauritius: Taking the Green Initiative

With beautiful turquoise water, white sandy beaches, magnificent flora and fauna as well as some stunning hotel resorts, the island of Mauritius is the holiday destination of choice for many travellers. While resting and relaxing under clear blue skies and blazing sunshine, this tropical paradise certainly seems a million miles from home. However, an influx of tourists requires more energy ...

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Good or Bad? The Fever for Solar Power Continues

Every year, more and more solar panels are added to homes and businesses across the United States. Despite the anti-renewable energy statements made by many, photovoltaic possibilities are opening doors to a great deal of possibilities. As technologies develop and more efficient manufacturing methods are developed, costs continue to decline. However, is greed and personal belief going to stand in ...

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The Future of Flying: Analyzing Obstacles and Achievements in Aviation

Innovation is what drives the aviation industry forward, and with such high stakes involved, better machines are the key to improved safety and performance across aviation’s many applications. This past year, the aviation industry has celebrated several new and promising innovations; however, the industry has also faced a number of obstacles that might make aviation management students and professionals in ...

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HOW TO BECOME A PLAYER IN GLOBAL SECURITY: ELECTRIC CARS ARE A STRATEGIC WEAPON

BY DR. HAROLD GOLDMEIER MANAGING PARTNER, GOLDMEIER INVESTMENTS LLC AND INSTRUCTOR AT AMERICAN JEWISH UNIVERSITY, TEL AVIV IN BUSINESS AND SOCIAL POLICY HAROLD.GOLDMEIER@GMAIL.COM 050-2619116 OR 773-764-4357(U.S.). Dr. Goldmeier was a Research and Teaching Fellow at Harvard U. where he received his doctorate in education and government. He worked in the Illinois civil rights office, for three Governors and the U. S. ...

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Colorado Cooperative Energy Bill Under Fire by GOP

The beginning of May for 2013 brought the Republican Party legislators out to call for a veto on the newly developed energy bill that would force cooperative power companies in rural areas to increase renewable energy sources by 20-percent by 2020. The GOP has concerns that forcing this kind of an implementation on rural communities could hurt those within the ...

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Solar Jobs: What is Germany Doing that the U.S. Isn’t?

For help with writing your resume, networking with employers, and finding your perfect environmental job, visit the CareerBuilder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology right away! Germany is on the same latitude as Maine. That’s nowhere near the latitude of Arizona, which gets more direct sunlight (insolation) than any other state including California, yet Germany leads the world in solar ...

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