Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Buy This Alternative Book



Here at the Alternative Energy Blog, while not underestimating the scale of the challenges facing the world, we like to talk about solutions. Another website that has consistently done this is World Changing, which started as an award winning group blog, became a non-profit and has now also become a 600 page book.

This firecracker of a book is about the future of the world, full of big ideas on how humanity, technology and our environment can interact in a positive way. If you are tired of pessimistic doom and gloom tomes on the state of the world and the business as usual messages of many of our political & business leaders, this is the book for you. It is a optimistic read, overflowing with ideas for change.

What are you waiting for?

Go buy World Changing and instead of the Barefoot Contessa, let's see barefoot solar engineers on the top sellers list.

9 Comments:

Anonymous John Schneider said...

This sounds interesting - I will check this out. I'll post this on my site if it's as good as it sounds!

6:52 am, November 08, 2006  
Anonymous Monty Loree said...

That's what alternative energy is all about. More information is definitely needed on the topic.

I'm just starting to dive into the learning curve.

11:22 am, November 09, 2006  
Anonymous Azazelo said...

Agree..."This firecracker of a book is about the future of the world, full of big ideas on how humanity, technology and our environment can interact in a positive way."Thanks for the good post.

2:25 am, November 16, 2006  
Blogger whorush said...

its great to get this kind of info out there. very important. but still, to defend the gloom and doomers, many, likely even most, of the most important steps are already public knowledge, but havent caught on because politicians are mostly spineless and because the established fossil fuels companies control the energy market.

10:18 pm, November 20, 2006  
Blogger L.L. Barkat said...

Sounds intriguing.

Have you read Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things? Also visionary... perhaps this "positive thinking" is the new wave of influence...

Still, I imagine there's a place for gloom & doom too... some people are motivated by glorious vision, others by fear of consequence.

7:42 am, December 02, 2006  
Anonymous tom_squick said...

The times they are a changing.

5:47 am, January 24, 2007  
Anonymous Mouki said...

I really thing you would enjoy this new video I just saw about the use of solar cooking in refugee camps in Kenya. The deforestation in that area is astounding, and many people barter what little they have for food for charcoal to cook whatever remaining food they might have. Solar Cookers International (are you familiar with their work?) has been working with the refugees to teach them solar cooking, and you cannot believe the impact that it has made. There is a really short clip of it on YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQbj0lmkZ7M and the video is available here:

http://www.deepdishtv.org/newreleaseshop.html

3:58 am, March 30, 2007  
Blogger Emily said...

Major kudos to the Worldchanging crew -- they're always on top of everything. If you're impressed by this, check out www.inhabitat.com or www.urbanrevision.com -- some of my favorites

1:59 pm, June 25, 2007  
Blogger StockPromoter07 said...

It's good to hear BP & GM talk about alternative fuels, but 50 years to implement is too long.

http://money.cnn.com/2008/03/05/news/companies/bigoil_hydrogen/index.htm


Perhaps this link will spark more attention:

http://www.chevrolet.com/electriccar/


It is GM's electric concept car the Chevy Volt. If more people begin to demand alternative fuel cars, we should be able to speed the rate at which the technology is developed.

We have started an Investor Forum where Investors can meet and discuss topics like this:

http://www.thesubway.com/small-cap-forum/

5:19 am, March 27, 2008  

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