Author: Scott Cooney

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Government Cuts Don’t Spell the End for Green Initiatives

Since the global economic crash and subsequent slow recovery millions of cuts have been made by governments around the world, often to public sector services. In such difficult times it would come as no surprise for environmental projects to receive the same treatment but that hasn’t always been the case. In fact many governments still […]

March 31st

E-Waste: The Global Concern

In the last decade we’ve witnessed a proliferation of technical innovation that has made computers, smart phones and other electronics affordable, and ultimately, ubiquitous. We’ve embraced the world of consumer electronics with open arms, but their effect on our world has not been so welcome. Towards the end of 2013, the UN was issuing warnings […]

January 20th

The Artificial Price Point on Energy

There is a term that is often used in the debate of renewable energy whenever there is discussion of adding tax credits for renewable energy or when the cost of energy from renewable sources is discussed. Typically it is being said by somebody that is pretending to back the use of renewable energy or expansion […]

July 24th