Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-02-26

Lessons from Kraft and Tesco on Making LCA Count · Environmental Management & Energy News. Environmental Leader: http://t.co/NrS2hJCx # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-29

Viva London! London’s Clean Revolution http://t.co/udJrGvGJ # Thumbs up for traditional water management practices! Must be replicated everywhere. Penny foolish, pond wise – http://t.co/AhERHr7B # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-22

New post on our blog on Cloud Computing. Cloud Computing: Green or Greenwash? http://t.co/DzRTaO9N #cloud #green #greenwash # Where to Start with Reducing Indirect Carbon Emissions? http://t.co/5K4sBV0i # Is sustainability now the key to corporate success? Yes it is! http://t.co/4DkUN9CF # Just launched our newsletter 'Carbon Chronicles'. Please subscribe: http://t.co/ElGgVs2z. First issue here: http://t.co/ZfdWxJFG # Powered by Twitter Tools

One Child One Light Diwali Campaign

We have launched our campaign to gift a smile to children this Diwali. EfficientCarbon is partnering with Thrive Energy in its campaign of ‘One Child One Light’ and we want to make it a huge success. From our side, we would be making a small contribution to the campaign ourselves but we want you to support us in huge numbers. This would be run from 25/10/2010 to 05/11/2010 and organise a small event to distribute the LED study lights to the school children in villages primarily. The plan is very simple: We are sending out an open invitation to all our friends, associates and acquaintances to donate at least a single light to this campaign. We will collect the information and the donations from all of you and procure the LED study lights from Thrive Energy. We’ll select a few deserving schools in villages (or probably you could suggest us a few schools/NGO’s as well) and host a small event to distribute these lights on 07/11/2010. This will be an open event …

Clean Development Mechanism Explained

We keep hearing about jargon like The Kyoto Protocol, Clean Development Mechanism, Carbon Credits, Carbon Trading, etc., and always look for clarity on what these terms mean for the business community, countries like India or just a world citizen like us. We’ve just tried to give a perspective on what Carbon Trading / Clean Development Mechanism means and the process of getting Carbon Credits through this basic presentation. Do have a look at this, ask questions, let us know your thoughts and start a debate. We’d be happy to discuss. Clean development mechanism basics View more presentations from EfficientCarbon.

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