Tag Archives: energy

Sustainable Infrastructure Project Evaluation Using Life Cycle Economic Analysis: Guest Post 21

Evaluating Sustainability Practices, Products, Materials : video report by a journalism student at the University of Mississippi. Also, featured on Planet Forward web site. Continue reading Sustainable Infrastructure Project Evaluation Using Life Cycle Economic Analysis: Guest Post 21

Heat-Island Effects on Energy, Vehicle Emission, and Sustainability Practices: Guest Post 20

Heat-Island Effects on Energy, Vehicle Emission, and Sustainability Practices in Urban and Rural Areas: video report by a journalism student at the University of Mississippi. Continue reading Heat-Island Effects on Energy, Vehicle Emission, and Sustainability Practices: Guest Post 20

Exploring America’s, and the World’s, Energy Choices

Fresh explorations of energy options, from fracking to conservation.......The New York Times sponsored a “Energy For Tomorrow” forum this week to clarify the country’s and world’s energy options in an era of economic turbulence and a changing climate. The participants including Secretary of Energy Steve Chu. A broad theme was the need for an “all of the above” energy quest (a mantra of President Obama).
This is a syndicated post, which originally appeared at Dot EarthView original post. Andrew C. Revkin, April 12, 2012.

Creative Energy Solutions: Thinking Outside the Box — Noble Prize for Energy?

Creative Innovative Energy Solutions for a Sustainable World Requires Thinking Outside the Box: Asad Uddin’s essay provides excellent insight and an innovative approach to solving energy crisis. This post takes a deeper look at energy crisis because there are no coherent plans for sustainable energy production to satisfy the needs of the energy hungry world and population explosion in developing countries. President Obama of the U.S. and other world leaders are urged to initiate a global prize/award on energy such as the prestigious Noble Prize for Energy, to motivate young talented minds. Continue reading Creative Energy Solutions: Thinking Outside the Box — Noble Prize for Energy?

Guest Posts on Disasters, Sustainability, and Climate Change Impacts

For several years I have been offering a 3 credit hour senior/graduate level geospatial course at the university of Mississippi, USA. During the course lectures I have motivated the students to conduct geospatial and GIS term projects on current sustainability challenges facing the nation. Continue reading Guest Posts on Disasters, Sustainability, and Climate Change Impacts