“No man is an island entire of itself…” We’ve all heard this poem before. True enough, none of us are as independent as we think. Neither are ecosystems! In fact, people and nature rely on each other. It’s all about relationships. Whatever we do somehow affects the environmental balance. If you didn’t realize that until now, wouldn’t it be good to tip off our kids … [Read more...] about Schools Wanted in the Fight for Biodiversity!
During this time when electricity prices are rising every day, lowering them by 10% may not seem like much. But a reduction of this magnitude should be considered very good news. The news gets even better given that the average 10% reduction in the price of electricity in Costa Rica recently announced by the state power company was achieved using clean energy, which doesn’t … [Read more...] about Costa Rica: cheaper energy with renewables and regional integration
Recent market signals show a correlation between low oil prices and negative impacts on the renewables industry. The clearest example that has arisen in recent months is with manufacturers of solar technology in developed countries like the United States or even in China, whose shares have lost their market value at the same rate as the shares of companies in the industry oil. … [Read more...] about How do the falling oil prices affect renewable energy?