I am not a person of many words. So let me be short and concise on what I think about the latest news that Donald Trump will be pulling out of the Paris Climate Change Agreement with the US.
Just ignore him. He does not represent the US people real viewpoint and seems to solely act on what he believes is right. Well he is wrong. Just look at the science and you will see what is going on: NASA on Climate Change.
So please do me a favor during the next weeks when you hear about the US and Paris Climate Change Agreement and just ignore Donald Trump.
The world is already moving on:
China and EU strengthen commitment to Paris deal with US poised to step away
Todays post is a simple one again. This time from the Huffington Post and part of the Ocean plastic series.
Here’s How Long Your Trash Will Hang Around After You’re Dead
But the best part are the two infographics from SaveonEnergy.
Some Friday inspiration by Elon Musk again. You might think of him what you like but you have to respect the creative nature of this person.
We need more people that think different here. Elon Musk in one. What other person would you have in mind?
We have two cars in our family. I am proud to say that both are hybrid vehicles. This fact might show you that I am not a petrol head! Quite the opposite.
Eventually we as a family will convert to electric vehicles (EV) one day. But so far there are few alternatives to realistically switch to 2 pure EV’s when you take our family’s annual travel distances into consideration (Holiday trips with the car exceeding 500 km, family size of 4+, a non reliable charging points network in Europe and fairly long charging duration per charge while on a trip).
Fortunately things are changing. That is why I wanted to share 3 current news items on EV developments I found interesting. Here they are:
A related article if interest:
If you have another other interesting EV articles please let me know.
Picture Credit: Richard Masoner
I am a parent. And probably you are a parent too. Parenthood for me is the most amazing challenge I had in my life so far. It can be very challenging sometimes but 98% of it is just pure enjoyment.
As the kids are getting older they begin to ask more and more challenging questions. In my case as we are keen gardeners, my wife and I get a lot of questions about nature.
Today I wanted to highlight this TED talk below. I hope you will enjoy it and it might help you as much as it helped me to find new ideas about how to bring nature closer to our children.