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What LEDs in Lima tell us about climate action

I arrived in Lima on Saturday morning for the COP20 UN climate negotiations and went directly to my hotel for a 12-hour WWF preparatory meeting, to get into the spirit of the event. One of the key issues we discussed is how we come to terms with the gap between the contribution to emissions reductions […]

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Blue LEDs: the Nobel Prize winner that could light the world

When you hear about the annual Nobel Prize in Physics, it is generally quite hard to figure out what invention or discovery the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the prize to. “Groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene” or “contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence” are not what an average citizen […]

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IKEA to convert all lighting to LED

IKEA to convert all lighting to LED LED lighting consumes 85% less energy than incandescent bulbs and lasts 20 years, 20 times longer than traditional incandescent bulbs. IKEA supports the LED light revolution by converting its full lighting range to LED by 2016 – meaning IKEA will selling only LED bulbs and LED lamps. To […]

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