Comments on: Cloudy days for green stocks http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/ Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Gojis http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/comment-page-1/#comment-345441 Tue, 22 Jun 2010 16:58:34 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=13960#comment-345441 I agree with most of what Marine writes. We are headed toward complete unsustainability with our materialistic, unhealthy, lifestyles dependent upon solutions that pollute our environment and will eventually destroy us. But we’ve gotten ourselves into this mess and we need to get ourselves out, and no government is not the solution but the problem. Green is a step in the right direction, God help us.

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By: Marie Devine http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/comment-page-1/#comment-341525 Wed, 09 Sep 2009 18:57:06 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=13960#comment-341525 My evaluation of the weather is that the sun is not shining like it used to. The Bible speaks of a time of the sun not shining 1/3 of the day.Green technology is an illusion that cannot solve our problems. It only redirects the money. The solution is to turn from our employment lifestyle of creating, packaging, and transporting items primarily for the sake of having a job. That has polluted our air, land, water and food and made our bodies and environment diseased. There is no need for a health care reform, only a need for a healthy lifestyle.The solution is to turn to a garden paradise lifestyle with trees, plants and pets that provide fresh food around us. That also ends the energy crisis, disease, war, immigration, global warming-climate change fears, reoccurring financial crises and social security requirements. The garden paradise lifestyle is easy, fair, inexpensive and beautiful; and it is the only truly sustainable development available. True freedom, peace and security are available with God’s secular guidance available in holy books around the world.

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By: Stretch Marks Removal http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/comment-page-1/#comment-341370 Mon, 07 Sep 2009 05:46:41 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=13960#comment-341370 Yes it is true that green stocks are heavily dependent on the solar industry. Since most of the sources are outside of the united state so it will definitely put on the effect on prices and margins.

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By: Daniel Gibbs, Ph.D. http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/comment-page-1/#comment-341334 Sun, 06 Sep 2009 04:07:32 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=13960#comment-341334 I’ll echo that. 98% of the stimulus-funded ARPA-E applicants, presumably the best and brightest, received a “Notification of Discouragement” (really), since the program was funded at only $150 million, less than the cost of one obsolete F-22 fighter. So far the stimulus money is trickling down to weatherization programs and road repairs, but not to the cutting edge innovations which might change the game for our energy future. Biofuels are getting short shrift, despite their potential to replace fossil gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.

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By: Nicholas http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/comment-page-1/#comment-341298 Sat, 05 Sep 2009 19:00:32 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=13960#comment-341298 While the green index depends heavily on the solar industry, we shouldn’t just focus on the PV technology that is currently here. US companies such as BioSolar, are working on applications to make PV technology more sustainable in the long-run. While solar PV might still be rather inefficient, eSolar and other companies are quickly bringing heliostat-backed solar thermal to the grid. These utility-grade solar towers are the future of renewable energy, IMO, and we should be looking to the companies bringing low-cost solar power to the table as the future of the industry.Not to mention… a solar tower is pretty darn impressive to look at!

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By: Wesley Paul http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/2009/09/02/cloudy-days-for-green-stocks/comment-page-1/#comment-341235 Fri, 04 Sep 2009 02:27:00 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/environment/?p=13960#comment-341235 It is noteworthy that the companies that invest in clean energy technologies are more seen as a political backed agenda than a real life problem solvers. No doubt it will take some time to gain some traction in the Wall street but part of the problem is the lack of proper promotion by the industries themselves to make it more lucrative to investment bankers.

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