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Electricity in Developing Countries: Biomass and Availability

I have been following a set of fifteen countries over the past month (starting on October 15th). Together, they make up approximately 65% of the global population. I split them into three groups, based on income. The largest of these … Continue reading

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Paris – The Beginning

  Figure 1 – New windmill being installed on the Champs-Élysées in Paris (Photo by Patrick Kovarik/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images) This blog will be posted one day after the scheduled opening of the COP21 meeting in Paris. The last … Continue reading

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Waiting for Joseph

In a few days, my family, together with Jews all around the world, will start celebrating Passover with the Seder meal (Seder in Hebrew means “order”). Meanwhile, I assume that following recent tradition, President Obama and many on the White … Continue reading

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