Thursday, August 30, 2007

Ontario's way of going green

Canada state,Ontario plans to depend on wind, solar, nuclear power and other renewable energy sources for the future. It urged its people to conserve power so that it could meet electricity demands and in doing so plans to shut down their coal-powered power plant which is their one of the main sources of power by 2014. The project is to cost about $60-billion. To know more visit the source here.

Another article from the BBC website, its headline "Climate flooding risk misjudged". Read it on the BBC website.

1 comment:

Scott Riedy said...

I dig your blog. We're on the same page it seems. Thanks for putting up the good links and stories.

Scott Riedy