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Topic: Education
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Education Contraction and Convergence is a great proposition
posted by on Thursday, January 02, 2014 - 11:03 PM

gfoat writes "As we have a tremendous environmental crisis at hand, contraction and convergence is a very proper proposition. Lowering our greenhouse gas emissions is a good step towards a more liveable planet. Also, having the nations work in unison will help us become more united over this issue as a planet, and less divided among nations. C&C will allow all countries to a reasonable way to achieve low emissions by establishing entitlements or rewards for meeting target emission standards. This allows countries to continue to emit emissions as long as they are meeting goals set by a world governing standard. Another benefit from this solution will help poverty stricken nations become better economies through those standards. See the full details."

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Education Germany,Berlin: Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies
posted by on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 - 05:24 AM

gfoat writes "Run by the Renewables Academy in Berlin, this course is aimed at those in the business, non-profit, public and academic sectors who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, as well as those wishing to installing renewable energy systems in both urban or rural settings. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their own projects. Ideal for newcomers to the industry. The course is aimed at an international audience and will be in English."

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Education Berlin, Germany: Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies
posted by on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 - 07:03 PM

gfoat writes "Run by the Renewables Academy in Berlin, this course is aimed at those in the business, non-profit, public and academic sectors who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, as well as those wishing to installing renewable energy systems in both urban or rural settings. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their own projects. Ideal for newcomers to the industry. The course is aimed at an international audience and will be in English. Dates: 18-20 May 2011 PDF giving course content and registrations details can be downloaded here"

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Education Berlin: Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies
posted by on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 06:50 AM

gfoat writes "Run by the Renewables Academy in Berlin, this course is aimed at those in the business, non-profit, public and academic sectors who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, as well as those wishing to installing renewable energy systems in both urban or rural settings. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their own projects. Ideal for newcomers to the industry. The course is aimed at an international audience and will be in English."

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Education Solar Electricity Installation Course
posted by on Thursday, January 21, 2010 - 04:56 PM

gfoat writes "Solar Electricity Installation Course - Off-grid Applications, Berlin This five-day intensive course on the design and installation stand-alone / off-grid solar electric systems (not grid-connected) is run by RENAC, the Renewables Academy in Berlin. The course is ideal for anyone who wants to install their own solar electric system, start a solar business or seek employment in the solar industry.
The course will include numerous practical sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to develop their own projects. The course is aimed at an international audience and will be in English. Read more for details."


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Education Explore the role of renewable energy
posted by on Thursday, July 30, 2009 - 06:25 AM

gfoat writes "The following courses on renewable energy and solar energy have now been scheduled. Renewable Energy in the Urban Environment, Berlin. This 5-day seminar in Berlin will explore the role of renewable energy in the urban and semi-urban environment. Includes numerous visits to renewable energy installations in Berlin - PV systems, solar thermal systems, heat pumps, bioenergy plants, low-energy and passive solar buildings. The seminar is designed for those who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, especially those which can be used in urban and semi-urban environments. The seminar language is English."

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Education UK: CLIMATE CHANGE DEBATE NEEDS REFOCUSING
posted by on Monday, March 10, 2008 - 11:36 AM

gfoat writes "There is a fundamental conflict between those who think that climate change can be resolved through technology alone and those who believe that more profound changes to our lifestyles and values are urgently needed, argues Dr Kate Rawles, a lecturer in Outdoor Studies at the University of Cumbria. Kate takes the latter view, arguing that first, while increases in energy efficiency and other technological innovations have an important role to play they cannot provide a comprehensive response, and second that some of the wilder technological proposals such as mirrors in space, or seeding clouds with sulphur particles, are downright alarming and bound to have unforeseen problematic consequences. "

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Education Introduction to Renewable Energy
posted by on Wednesday, February 13, 2008 - 12:20 PM

gfoat writes "Future Energies & Green Dragon energy announce the following renewable energy courses. These have now been scheduled for April and May 2008. Introduction to Renewable Energy (3 days), University of Wales Gives an overview of renewable energy technology and outlines the basic principles of solar electricity, solar water heating, small-scale wind power, micro hydro-power, bio-energy, heat pumps and applications for homes, businesses and farms."

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Education US: HARLEM AMBASSADORS BECOME A “GREEN TEAM”
posted by on Wednesday, September 20, 2006 - 01:00 PM

gfoat writes "Starting September 15th 06 the Harlem Ambassadors’ Red, White and Blue professional show basketball tour will go green as it partners with Golden Fuel Systems to implement green car technology on the team’s touring van, converting the vehicle to run on clean-burning vegetable oil. The Harlem Ambassadors’ Stars and Stripes tour will make the conversion in January of 2007."

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Education UK: Introduction to Renewable Energy Weekend courses
posted by on Thursday, August 31, 2006 - 12:58 PM

gfoat writes "The Introduction to Renewable Energy Weekend courses gives an overview of renewable energy technology and outlines the basic principles of solar electricity, solar water heating, wind power, micro-hydro, biomass and heat pumps and their application in urban and rural environments. The courses are aimed at those in the business, non-profit, public and academic sectors who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, as well as those wishing to install renewable energy systems in both urban or rural settings. The emphasis is on how things work and what it is practicable to do, and participants have the opportunity to discuss their own projects. At the end of the course participants should be able to do initial designs for renewable energy systems. "

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