Meeting the CA Low Carbon Fuel Standard
The state is exceeding its 2011 fuel standard so far. California adopted a policy that requires the transportation fuel mix to reduce the carbon intensity from 0.25 in 2011 to 10 percent by 2020, and it has already reached 6 percent in 2012. So far,…
Dani Lee, 2013 Eco Hero Award
Dani Lee is one of those natural beauties who sparkles all on her own. Had you seen her in the 1970s you might have thought “mellow hippy”, but Dani is full of energy and enthusiasm about her dream job.
Per Capita Davis: UC Davis is putting us on the map
This column by John Mott-Smith, a member of Cool Davis, is cross-posted from the Davis Enterprise. For years, whenever I traveled outside of the Sacramento region, whether to Europe, Asia, New York or Los Angeles, when the question was asked “Where are you from?” my…
Sustainable Living Tips for Renters
Four UC Davis design students have come up with an imaginative way to share tips for renters looking to save money and reduce their environmental impact. They created their own 2 x 2.5 foot model of a furnished apartment with an accompanying brochure entitled An…
Climate refugees film: March 14
The UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies in collaboration with Cool Davis and other co-sponsors is hosting an evening screening of “Climate Refugees, ” a documentary about the “human face of climate change”. It will take place on March 14, 6:30pm at the UC…
Feb 28: Amory Lovins to talk on how to eliminate US oil and coal use by 2050
Renowned physicist Amory Lovins will be speaking at UC Davis at 12pm on February 28 on the themes of his new book “Reinventing Fire” which outlines a detailed roadmap for eliminating coal and oil use by 2050. Don’t miss this chance to hear this scientist…
UC Davis team mapping paths to citywide net zero
Cross-posted from Davis Enterprise. UC Davis researchers are plotting how the city of Davis might use the lessons of West Village to reach its goal of net zero energy consumption by 2050. The report will lay out what technology, funding and programs it might use…
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Backup Battery Systems: The Final Piece of the Energy Puzzle - Cool Davis
Our homes are more important than ever. Having a home that powers itself, even when there’s a power outage, equates to huge peace of mind.
Unfold Podcast Launches Season 2 Focused on Climate Change - UC Davis
Unfold Podcast Launches Season 2 Focused on Climate Change
After a summer of heat waves, wildfires, orange skies and hurricanes, people are beginning to recognize that climate change is here now. But are we to...
Climate Strike Davis Plans Central Park Camp-out to Call-out the Crisis
Climate Strike Davis Plans Central Park Camp-out to Call-out the Crisis - Cool Davis
Noon on Friday to Noon Saturday Central Park, Davis (5th and B St.)
Protect your Prostate and Lower Your Cancer Risk by Changing Your Diet @thebeetofficial
To Lower Your Risk of Prostate Cancer, Eat More Plant-Based Foods
Diet and exercise play a major role in your lifetime risk of prostate cancer, as new studies emerge that link higher risk to a diet rich in red meat a...