The following article shows solar plus battery aspects. My own calculations of battery electricity (lead and lithium) give much higher prices because of the limited storage cycles of current electrochemistry. After so many thousand discharges batteries need to be written off.
These 6 Corporations Control 90% Of The Media In America
Radio, television, newspapers and online.
Connecting Profit and Doing Good – Possible? | Kaizen Biz
Which is more important - profit or doing good? Could a company be more sustainable if profit and doing good are connected?
Seth's Blog: Two magical sentences missing from most job ads
If you're working to build a unique culture staffed with people who make a difference, consider: "If you're not looking for a job, this migh
Beware of the carbon bubble: The biggest threat to the environment you h...
Forget the housing and tech bubbles -- this is the real reason to worry in 2014. Thanks, energy companies!
The idiocy of overfishing explained in a short animation (Video 4 min)
This short animated video explains the problem of overfishing in a very clear way. It shows how we are on our way to depleting one of the mo
Study: Americans now trust Facebook less that the NSA (and IRS)
The only substantial difference between the information Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook gave the National Security Agency's PRISM program and the
The Fallout from Nuclear Secrecy: Newly Declassified Documents
Picture: A U.S. government photograph of Operation Redwing’s Apache nuclear explosion on July 9, 1956. During the Cold War’s early years, th
Shareable: The Commoning of Patterns and the Patterns of Commoning
This essay originally appeared in The Wealth of the Commons. You can purchase the book at Levellers Press. Author Franz Nahrada (Austria) is
Seth's Blog: Fearlessness is not the same as the absence of fear
The fearless person is well aware of the fear she faces. The fear, though, becomes a compass, not a barrier. It becomes a way to know what t
Seth's Blog: The coming melt-down in higher education (as seen by a mark...
For 400 years, higher education in the US has been on a roll. From Harvard asking Galileo to be a guest professor in the 1600s to millions t