Tag Archives: Philippines

A Liter of Light

A Liter of Light — the community from the test site at Sitio Maligaya 1 in San Pedro, Laguna shares the benefits from the Solar Bottle Bulb. Millions of the poorest people in the Philippines live without electricity. Many are … Continue reading

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a green energy revolution

Germany’s renewable energy revolution Tim Smedley Guardian Professional, Friday 10 May 2013 17.58 BST To many a casual observer, Germany’s reaction to the Fukushima disaster seemed knee-jerk to say the least. Nuclear power produces nearly 20% of Germany’s energy, but … Continue reading

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Super-Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda): How Can We Help?

Super-Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda): How Can We Help?. The “absolute bedlam”1 in the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan is as heartbreaking as it is horrifying. And there are no easy answers for what we should do. In his powerful … Continue reading

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