Ilja Popov on Sustainability & InnovationSelf-developing Sustainability Guy | Performance Marketer @kilo.healthSome time ago
Electric cars are only clean as their power supply. 馃 Thoughts?

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Marcel Hm MihaiFreelancer
...unfortunately... The ugly true...
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Katharina ZiolkowskiGame Dev, Artist, Scout and Cat Mom
Yeah, but many countries are moving their energy production towards greener methods. Some produce already more than 50% of their energy that way.
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Ilja PopovSelf-developing Sustainability Guy | Performance Marketer @kilo.health
Appreciate the replies! 馃檹馃徏 It鈥檚 a relief that renewables develop in a such fast pace, although there are still many 鈥渂uts鈥 regarding that industry, wouldn鈥檛 you agree?
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Ma Rina
I'm in France. I remember all the gouvernement tools at the time saying to people to get diesel cause gas was causing too much pollution. And here we are, they are currently telling people to ditch all their Diesel cars that the gouvernement told them to get years ago. Now they push people to buy electric car and even give you a discount on the second hand electric cars. They just announced that France will not reduce their nuclear sites either in 2021. I mean. What do you want. I'm lost and done.
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Ilja Popov on Sustainability & InnovationSelf-developing Sustainability Guy | Performance Marketer @kilo.healthSome time ago
Pakvipo nauju "Grigeo"? Lietuva iki 2020 met懦 i拧 Atsinaujinan膷i懦 Energijos I拧tekli懦 (AEI) tur臈jo pasiekti 23% gaunamos energijos. 艩寞 tiksl膮 pasiek臈me dar 2014, o 2020 turime dar geresnius skai膷ius. Bet ar tas augimas buvo pasiektas atsi啪velgiant 寞 kitus tvarumo faktorius? Viskam gi yra trade-off'ai. Skaitau recent straipsn寞: "d臈l UAB 鈥濻aunera鈥 hidroelektrin臈s veiklos smarkiai nukrit臋s Vilnel臈s vandens lygis, kas keli膮 rizik膮 sunaikinti saugom懦 la拧i拧ini懦 啪uv懦 ikrus" aka ken膷ia bio寞vairov臈. Suprantu. Komplikuotas klausimas ta energetika, gal jiems reikia laiko. Skaitau toliau: "D臈l 拧ios problemos 寞 Lietuvos Respublikos aplinkos ministerij膮, Aplinkos apsaugos agent奴r膮 pirm膮 kart膮 kreip臈si dar 2014 m. lapkri膷io m臈n." Nuo 2014 niekas, nieko nepadar臈? Ar matome tiesiog energetikos biznio padarinius, ar 膷ia dar vienu "Grigeo" pakvipo? Asmeni拧kai, noriu did啪iuotis Lietuvos pasiekimais AEI sferoje, bet tokie dalykai priver膷ia kvestionuoti. Gal kas pla膷iau 啪ino ir gal臈tu ap拧viest?
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Dalia Bagdziunaite on Research & InnovationNeuroconsultant // Researcher // Behavioral Strategist // EducatorSome time ago
Speculative design is an incredible field aimed at starting the discussion about big societal issues by using collective imagination & fiction. This type of design is used to help to facilitate co-creative processes and foster innovation. If u want to know more about how speculative future scenarios can be used in business or policy-making settings, I strongly suggest to watch the following video
Speculative Futures: A Plea for Collective Imagination (Ellery Studio) 锝淰irtual Design Thinking Camp 2020
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