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Nissan starts quick charger sales

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Nissan has made its new quick charger available at its parts companies throughout Japan. The newly developed quick charging unit offers the high performance of the existing quick charger from Nissan, but is nearly half its size and includes a host of safety features. Among them is monitoring against a potential short circuit when the [.]. Electric cars Green cars Latest news Nissan electric car quick charger japan Nagaoka University Nissan quick charger quick charger sales

Study finds global carbon emissions reached 10 billion tonnes in 2010

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Global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels have increased by 49% in the last two decades, according to the latest figures from the Global Carbon Project. Total emissions—including fossil fuel combustion, cement production, deforestation and other land use emissions—reached 10 billion tonnes of carbon (36.7 billion tonnes of CO 2 ) in 2010 for the first time. Half of the emissions remained in the atmosphere, where CO 2 concentration reached 389.6 parts per million.

Join the Greenius to Defeat Vile Vandals & Restore Hope & Trees

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Let me tell you how pissed off I was the day after Thanksgiving when I read this headline in the Daily Breeze: “ Vandals Uproot Saplings Planted by Youngsters “ The story in a nutshell read, “ Forget the financial loss.

NOAA Arctic Report Card finds Arctic entering into new phase: warmer, greener, and less ice

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An international team of scientists who monitor the rapid changes in the Earth’s northern polar region say that the Arctic is entering a new state, one with warmer air and water temperatures, less summer sea ice and snow cover, and a changed ocean chemistry. This shift is also causing changes in the region’s life, both on land and in the sea, including less habitat for polar bears and walruses, but increased access to feeding areas for whales.

Join the Greenius to Defeat Vile Vandals & Restore Hope & Trees

Creative Greenius

Let me tell you how pissed off I was the day after Thanksgiving when I read this headline in the Daily Breeze: “ Vandals Uproot Saplings Planted by Youngsters “ The story in a nutshell read, “ Forget the financial loss. Vandals crushed a lot more than that this week when they ripped out fledgling oak trees and smashed other plants being cultivated by dozens of young people from across the South Bay in Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park.