Net Zero | Sustainability | Renewable Energy

Austin, Texas: a sustainable city

Bright GREEN City in Texas | Eco-friendly Capital |  Austin is widely recognized as a top eco-friendly city, especially in the United States. In Austin, through non-profit organizations, sustainability groups, and local government; there are continuous efforts in environmental justice. [see below for a few...

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Shortfall in International GHG Reduction Pledges

Shortfall in International NDCs | Is the World Going to Meet its Climate Targets? There is a substantial shortfall between GHG emission reduction pledges that almost 200 countries have made, and global climate reality. Worldwide, almost 200 countries have set climate targets - independently, and...

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Plan for Smart Meter Deployment in all 50 States

smart meters

Modern SMART Meters |  Many buildings in America today still rely on inefficient energy infrastructure, such as older models of energy meters, instead of modern, cost-effective, energy efficiency technology such as smart meters.[1] Smart meters are energy meters with digital, high-speed, real-time, two-way communication, and...

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Economy vs. the Environment

GREEN, Healthy Environment = GREEN, Healthy Economy Economic growth does not have to come at the expense of the environment. Sustainable technologies (such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable mass transit, electric vehicles) are also extremely beneficial to the economy. For example, the renewable energy...

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Decoupling and Divestment to Reach Sustainability

Decoupling, Divestment, ESG Investments Decoupling Decoupling in eco-environmental terms can be defined as a striving for economic growth without creating corresponding environmental impacts. Nations, industries, and corporations, will still reach full potential and economic growth; and perhaps achieve even greater success, by following sustainable practices....

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