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Blogging pause – I’ll be back!

If you happen to read this blog, you may notice that it has been a long time since I’ve blogged. Well, I just have too many other things to do. But, I’ll be back. I don’t know exactly when, but … Continue reading

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Population, part 4: We’re all getting older!

I found two more thought-provoking links, when I surfed around the other day. Both of them are based on 2010  data from the United Nations, so they are not updated after the latest forecast, but still… You fill in basic … Continue reading

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Population, part 3: New forecast from the UN – 10,9 billion people by 2100!

Today, in my local newspaper Göteborgs-Posten, I saw a small article  that the United Nations had produced a new forecast of the world population. Internet to the rescue: I found what I think is the source, a dispatch from the … Continue reading

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Music to listen to when you save the world, part 4

I have no idea what the lyrics of this song mean. Is it about somebody coming out of a depression? Is it about evolution? I don’t know. What I do know is that I only need to hear the intro of … Continue reading

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Renewable energy – one step at a time!

This post has also been inspired by a TED blog post, but rather than to reblog their post, I wanted to shorten it a bit and tweak it in my own way. (Although I will give you the link to … Continue reading

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How to change behaviour in order to save energy

I saw this lecture on Ted Talks, which I recommend. It takes roughly eight minutes to watch. It is a man called Alex Laskey, co-founder and president of a company called Opower (which I admittedly have never heard of before) … Continue reading

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Which Countries Use the Most Renewable Energy? By Percentage

Originally posted on rethink. renew. revive.:
Last week I posted a list of the 5 Countries that produce the most renewable energy.  Not suprisingly, the countries on the list tended to be large countries that also consumed the highest amounts…

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