24 Jan '12, 11pm

The State of #Sustainability (Illustrated)

The State of #Sustainability (Illustrated)

The biggest problem in the US and other countries is the WASTE of energy! And despite fuzzy declarations, the encouragement of fossil-fuel-based consumption. Does the ordinary US citizen really need that HUGE car, which swallows gas quantities at least 2 times as high as its european or asian counterparts? The fact that so much energy is simply lost seems to be a known fact – still, no one seems to care !??! Recovering at least 30% of that loss would have a huge, positive impact on the economy! “Corporate sustainability” does not exist, more than that, corporations are the ones responsible for basically compromising it

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/01/24/the-state-of-sustaina...

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