Category Archive for: ‘Resources’

San Francisco Night

Call for Energy Innovators Provides Exclusive Opportunity for Startups

With the recent signing of SB 32 by the California Governor Jerry Brown, the State will be maintaining its aggressive …

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Fostering a 21st Century Water System

The state’s water supply and our current drought are the most important environmental issues to a majority of Californians according …

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Vienna ranks high on almost every urban quality-of-life list. Here’s why.

By Saransh Sehgal VIENNA, Austria — When the human resources consultancy Mercer publishes its annual quality-of-life rankings for cities around …

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Dam Night

Creating a Smart, Resilient Water Future

Today, cities are confronted with a unique challenge: they face budget constraints and aging infrastructure, yet increasing customer expectations. In …

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Can ‘sponge cities’ solve China’s urban flooding problem?

By Wade Shepard Rain water is one of the world’s most wasted natural resources. Precipitation that falls upon cities typically …

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Solar Wind

Coal-Free and Nuke-Free California

California will soon be coal-free and its last nuclear plant will be replaced with renewables. It is true that grid …

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Clean Energy

Energy Productivity Will Be a Lynchpin of Achieving a 2-Degree Carbon Future

The narrative on energy is one of possibility and progress. Recent events on the international climate calendar, from the seventh …

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San Diego Traffic

The Impacts of Running our Fleet Vehicles on Propane

In my last article, I focused on the seemingly overlooked benefits of using propane as fuel for our vehicles. The …

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