Reinventing Fire – new book from Amory Lovins

Reinventing Fire – new book from Amory Lovins

This video introduces Amory Lovins new book. The leader of the Rocky Mountain Institute outlines how the U.S. can replace oil by 2050. Here is a link to the Reinventing Fire website.

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LanzaTech to supply Virgin with low-carbon fuel

LanzaTech to supply Virgin with low-carbon fuel

The New Zealand company LanzaTech have made a deal with Virgin Airlines to supply low-carbon jet fuel. The Lanzatech process recycles waste gasses from sources such as steel mill flues – gases that would have otherwise been a pollutant. There is potential for 60 billion litres of jet fuel to be produced from steel mills. […]

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Stakeholder engagement drivers – Part 2: Self-interested organisations

Stakeholder engagement drivers – Part 2: Self-interested organisations

In the first part of this series of posts we looked at three levels of commitment to stakeholder engagement, self-interest, enlightened self-interest and altruism. This, and the following posts will expand on these and illustrate them with examples. The antithesis of engagement Lets start by looking at an extreme level of disengagement – methamphetamine (P) […]

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A breakthrough in hydrogen production

A breakthrough in hydrogen production

Researchers at Penn State University have developed a method of hydrogen production that could generate unlimited supplies of hydrogen gas. An underlying problem of hydrogen gas production has been the energy equation. Splitting hydrogen from oxygen requires as much energy as is gained. The process uses microbial electrolysis and improves on the efficiency of earlier experiments […]

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Stakeholder engagement – what are the drivers?

Stakeholder engagement – what are the drivers?

If you want your organisation to engage better with stakeholders take some time to understand why. This blog explores three levels of commitment to stakeholder engagement – self-interest, enlightened self-interest and altruism. As with any classification system, these levels are arbitrary and could be endlessly debated – they are simply offered to stimulate thinking about […]

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