So strange - the links were here then they disappeared. Here they are again:
“Toyota… says sales of gasoline- and diesel-engine cars will be near zero by 2050” - http://www.wsj.com/articles/toyota-maps-out-decline-of-conventionally-fueled-cars-1444824804
Scientists Turn Green Algae Into Biofuel at $50 a Barrel + exploited an alloy that can deliver a colossal pulse of electric power when you kick it. - ecowatch.com/2015/10/08/green-algae-biofuel/
Micro photosynthetic power cells - A team of researchers from the Optical Bio Microsystem lab at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, have invented and developed micro-photosynthetic cell technology that can harness electrical power from the photosynthesis and respiration of blue-green algae - http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2015-10/ws-mpp100215.php
“The world’s most influential banker says an orderly switch from fossil fuels to renewables is needed to avoid turmoil on world stock markets.” – a few links to stories about Mark Carney’s impressive switch:
Mark Carney wants business to calculate the fossil fuel future www.cbc.ca/news/.../carney-warning-fossil-fuel-analysis-1.3250294 CBC.ca
“Solar and Wind Just Passed Another Big Turning Point” - It has never made less sense to build fossil fuel power plants. - http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-06/solar-wind-reach-a-big-renewables-turning-point-bnef
Check out the Climate Central maps showing Philly's best and worst flooding scenarios depending on what we do about climate change. Even in the best case - with extreme carbon reduction - so long to anything along the river front - including refineries! And if we keep on spewing petro pollution - well I hope in anyone southeast of Frankford Ave and/or Lombard St you've got your water wings handy...
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