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The Renewable Deal


 

 

 

 

The Renewable Deal

A Political Policy Program to Obtain a Sustainable,  Ecologically Restorative,
Just and Comfortable Future.

 By Richard Lance Christie

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Renewable Deal Blog Last Updated on 2010-04-22 00:00:00     With the publication of Version 3.0 of the "Renewable Deal" policy platform, on Earth Day 2010, we welcome readers to join this community and to share their comments, suggestions, links, information and ideas, in the "Renewable Deal Blog". The greatest untapped source of power for change is not within corporations or institutions or gridlocked bureaucracies. It’s within the individual mind and will that has been liberated from patterns of belief and behavior that have driven humanity, and with us countless other species, to the brink of extinction. Please join our community and share your ideas, vision, creativity, passion. --the editors   More »
The Renewable Deal: Read it Online Last Updated on 2010-04-22 00:00:00 Use the slider bar and paging controls in the screen below to view the Renewable Deal book. To enlarge the viewing screen click on the "Full Screen" button at the top of the viewing window. The page numbers in the table of contents, beginning on page 3, are hyperlinked to the corresponding sections of the book Note that there are three viewing modes, "Scroll" (the default--gives you a slider bar);  "Book" (allows you to see two pages side by side as if viewing an open book) and "Slides" (View/advance one page at a time, like in PowerPoint).  Select the viewing mode by clicking on the drop-down menu button in the lower left corner. This book can also be viewed on the Scribd web site at the link given immediately below.  To offer feedback and comments on the book as a whole, use the Renewable Deal blog. To download individual book sections or chapters, or to... More »
The Renewable Energy Future Last Updated on 2008-02-18 09:35:19 The world is currently on a path towards solar and other renewable energy. This will be the new energy future (NEF). SOLAR Germany and Spain are  leading the way, thanks to generous solar energy incentives. Germany is the number one producer of solar energy in the world, well on its way towards producing 20% of its electric power with solar photo voltics. This was highliighted in a recent PBS Nova episode, which also reported that Germany has created 170,000 jobs in the solar industry. The number 2 country in solar production is Japan. Spain has set a goal of supplying 30% of its energy needs by renewable energy by 2010 and is well on its way towards this objective. Spain's Minister of Industry estimates that renwable energy (RE) industries will create 200,000 jobs by 2010. A Spanish company (Abengoa Solar) is building the world's largest solar power plant on three square... More »