Rolling Sunlight Brings Free Power To Sandy Survivors

Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast hard, with New Jersey and New York taking the brunt of the storm. Now a Nor’easter has brought snow to the region setting back the hurricane recovery even more. While the Red Cross and FEMA are working to rebuild and supply aid, Greenpeace has appeared to help with a solar power array strapped to a truck. The vehicle is called Rolling Sunlight.

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For Greenpeace, Volkswagen has Fallen to the Dark Side of The Force

With 2012 fast approaching, Greenpeace continues to take a stand against car manufacture Volkswagen (VW). According to Greenpeace, despite the green image Volkswagen likes to portray, VW is at the heart of a group of companies lobbying against new laws which Greenpeace sees as need to cut CO2 emissions, reduce mankind’s oil use, and protect places like the Arctic from climate change.

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Green News Roundup: Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Happy day-after-Halloween! There are some spooooky stories floating around the interwebs today. Some of the highlights include a Nissan Leaf Batmobile, “fuel deserts” forming in the U.K., and Tesla predicts profit in 2013.

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Canada Thinks Green Cars are a Problem (Really)

Alberta’s tar sands have been called “the dirtiest oil in the world” by Greenpeace and National Geographic, and “mining” these

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Asian Oil Palm Plantations Are No Substitute for Rainforests

As the global market for biofuels heats up, much of the demand for biodiesel is being satisfied by clearing virgin

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Samsung to Invest $1.63 Billion in Indonesian Biodiesel Project

[social_buttons] According to an article in the Jakarta Post, an official from the Indonesian government has spilled the beans on

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