Sustainability covers everything, even Netflix!
According to their “Renewable Energy Update” this company strives to the highest sustainability echelon.
Imagine, their ~51k megawatt hours (MWHs) energy use was 100% renewable in 2018. That’s enough to power a small African country Comoros for a year!
Netflix also pushes sustainable energy use from their partners (think Amazon).
This indirect energy use was ~194k MWhs in 2018.
An example, I say!
Next time you’ll be in search of an industry example, remember Netflix!
Solar energy from windows, but how about other everyday items? ☀️
Apart from windows, imagine this technology being adapted to Phones for example.📱
From the looks, it might be a regular phone, although the big difference would be charging. You wouldn't need it.
It would charge itself just by laying under the sunlight.
In the future this technology might reduce the reliability on Power Plants, additionally reducing the consumption of electricity from daily used electronics. ✌️
To which other things would you adapt transparent solar panels? 🤓
Where a smart person doesn't understand marketing?
In a Books review section.
Sounds like a Dads joke, you may say.
Although quite often the scientific community demands 360 objectivity from books that just aren't aimed at that.
One of many comments about Bills' latest book on climate change - "Bill Gates didn't study climate science..."
But I believe, if his goal would be to impress the scientific community, he would manage that...
IMHO many books serve as an opinion about a complex topic for people who will never open up and study dozens of difficult, jargon-ish science reports.
It's just a matter of the target audience.
So when you see a fancy, one-start review on a book you like, question whether the person wrote it from the right perspective.
PS.: Read up Bills interview for HBR about his book. Link in the comments 👇