Posts tagged global warming
According to the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), VCs are going to continue to pour money into Cleantech areas beyond solar and biofuels. There will be consolidation, more venture-backed IPOs and an eventual over-valuation of the sector. See the NVCA Report.
Will the sector really become over-valued though? With global demand increasing everyday from the emerging market – notably the drastic increases seen in the middle classes of India and China – it is very hard to state exactly where an upper boundary exists. Growth these days is not limited to the US, but it is measured in a global framework that is only beginning to be defined by newer business trends and strategies.
Global warming and energy reserves continue to be an issue that becomes more evident everyday. Until realizable change is evident, the cleantech market will continue to grow and expand at obscene CAGRs. We are only at the dawn of a new era in renewable energy and cleantech; hang on for the ride.
Global Warming, also called climate change is the single biggest environmental threat facing our world today! In order to help World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada fight global warming, I’ve decided to climb the 1,776 steps of the CN Tower. While I will do the climbing, I need you to help me raise needed funds. Remember, for every pledge of $20 or more you will get a tax receipt.
Its ME vs. CN Tower! Place your bets on the winner …
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The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is one of the first to use observations of the Earth’s climate, as opposed to theoretical models to predict what might happen in the future. The data shows that climate change is real and is happening right now.
Okay, so chances are that you already know that the global water supply is in jeopardy. You probably also know that global warming is going to impact current water conditions in two ways among many. Glacial water run-off, and land-based aquifers are slowly declining in their supplies and the trend looks like it is going to continue.
The harsh reality is that this is going to happen for at least 15-20 more years, and as a consequence, Blue Gold is going to increase in value. So, how are you going to capitalize on water? Do you know your investment opportunities? Quite Contrarian produced a nice little summary entitled Investing in Water Stock: Options for Profiting from ‘Blue Gold’ that discusses a few ways in which you can position yourself to capitalize on water stocks, utilities or ETFs (exchange traded funds). Get in the know.