Archives for posts with tag: energy

Let There Be Light!
Read about the latest buzz on light as a catalyst to sustainable growth in education, medicine, agriculture, energy technologies & enhanced commercial opportunities for the developed and developing world to reach Millennium Development Goals.
http://diplomatartist.com/let-there-be-light/

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Has Putin Been Manipulating Energy Prices? By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey

Will consumers in the West actually see petroleum prices drop rather than rise? The Ukraine crisis might have been expected to dramatically raise petroleum prices. Instead, prices have remained subdued.

Watch Film Report: “SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR ALL” IN AN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
World economic growth as well as the environment are dependent upon sustainable energy. This week (September 24, 2012) the United Nations will host a high level conference as part of its initiative: “Sustainable Energy for All.” From economic growth in Asia to recovery from the world wide recession, energy is becoming the critical consideration.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/sustainale-energy-for-all-in-an-international-economy/31568Image

Watch Film Report: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES
The success of the Rio+20 Conference has been debated but the need, options & opportunities for sustainable energy continue to develop. –WATCH–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/sustainable-energy-opportunities/30911Image

Blog Report: RIO+20 – FAILURE OR SUCCESS, By Ambassador Mo
“The speeches are over. Now the work begins. Rio+20 has affirmed fundamental principles – renewed essential commitments – & given us new direction. From governments to the world’s biggest companies, from philanthropic organizations to youth volunteers, they are part of a growing global movement for change.” The above assessment from UNSG Ban Ki-moon implies a positive foundation. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/rio20-failure-or-success/54479Image

Blog Report: PEOPLE’S SUMMIT AT RIO+20 – IMPETUS FOR PROGRESS, By Ambassador Mo
Civil society representatives & ordinary global citizens are gathering in Rio at parallel set of conferences to complement but also urge greater action from government representatives at Rio+20, UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). People’s Summit has attracted environmentalists, unions, & indigenous tribes, among other groups, with aim of making  voices heard. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/peoples-summit-at-rio20-impetus-for-progress/54451Image