Joan Sullivan

Joan Sullivan

www.joansullivanphotography.com
Quebec, Canada / Renewable Energy Construction Photography. I am the only female photographer in Canada dedicated to documenting the construction of wind and other renewable en
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Miami-Goodbye, Miami By century's end, rising sea levels will turn the nation's urban fantasyland into an American Atlantis. But long before the city is completely underwater, chaos will begin

"The new Gemasolar solar power plant the day of its inauguration in Fuentes de Andalucia, Spain on October 4, 2011. (Marcelo del Pozo/Reuters)" Via: http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2012/04/earth_day_2012.html

A woman walks at the new Gemasolar solar power plant the day of its inauguration in Fuentes de Andalucia, Spain on October (Marcelo del Pozo/Reuters)

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Today, the Kanien’ke:haka are blocking the CP train tracks at 9 PM at Adirondack Junction, to stand with our Lakota relatives at Standing Roc…

Copenhagen’s Ambitious Push To Be Carbon Neutral by 2025 by Justin Gerdes: Yale Environment 360

The Danish capital is moving rapidly toward a zero-carbon future, as it erects wind farms, transforms its citywide heating systems, promotes energy efficiency, and lures more people out of their cars and onto public transportation and bikes.

The remarkable Life Saver bottle has an affordable, portable carbon filter that can block any virus larger than 15 nanometers. What's more, it can go through more than 1,500 gallons of water before the filter needs to be replaced. The bacteria and virus retention rate is 99.99 percent effective -it's so thorough that it's even supposed to clean up (gulp) fecal matter.    The bottle was inspired by the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina when visiting businessman Michael Pritchard found that…

The remarkable Life Saver bottle has an affordable, portable carbon filter that can block any virus larger than 15 nanometers. What’s more, it can go through more than gallons of water before the filter needs to be replaced. The bacteria and virus re

Copenhagen’s Ambitious Push To Be Carbon Neutral by 2025 by Justin Gerdes: Yale Environment 360

The Danish capital is moving rapidly toward a zero-carbon future, as it erects wind farms, transforms its citywide heating systems, promotes energy efficiency, and lures more people out of their cars and onto public transportation and bikes.

NYT: The Climate Change Endgame

WHETHER in Davos or almost anywhere else that leaders are discussing the world’s problems, they are missing by far the biggest issue: the rapidly deteriorating global environment and its ability to support civilization.