Chris Anderson: So, in the next half hour or so, we’re going to spend some time exploring your vision for what an exciting future might look like, which I guess makes the first question a little ironic: Why are you
John Katsoudas [ TEDxIIT ] We all know that burning gasoline for transportation contributes significantly to an oncoming global calamity – climate change. We also know that switching to electric vehicles – or EVs – can improve the situation. I
Gretchen Bakke, Associate Professor of Anthropology at McGill University, joins David to discuss her book “The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future” FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Matt
GE transportation is a division of general electric they manufacture equipment for marine mining and railways as well the company says involved in more than 15 major well project across Africa and they’ve announced African investment of more than 45
Copenhagen [ CleanTechnica ] Every day, in Denmark’s capitol city of Copenhagen, cyclists travel the equivalent of 1,000 times around the world. Every day. 1.27 million kilometers a day, 789,000 miles. Think of the calories burned! Think of the dopamine!
Mash-up [ Siberian Times ] Russian Railways has announced a proposal for a Trans-Eurasian belt to span the entire length of Russia and link into existing networks in Europe and Asia. This would create the first ever modern route from
China is considering building a high-speed railway up through Siberia and across the Bering Strait to Alaska, Canada and the United States. According to an expert at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, in the not so distant future people will