ARUBA TO HOST 2013 CARIBBEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY FORUM
CREF 2013 to feature standalone "Green Aruba" event designed to showcase opportunities for investment in Aruba as country sets sights on 100% renewables by 2020.
5th March 2013
Prime Minister Mike Eman announced today that Aruba will co-host the 2013 Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF 2013).
Now in its fifth year, CREF has grown rapidly to become by far the largest annual gathering of senior stakeholders – amongst them many regional prime ministers and ministers – targeting vital energy diversification efforts in the Caribbean. CREF 2012, which took place in Puerto Rico, gathered over 400 delegates from 40 countries.
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Green'S'Cool is an exciting new initiative aimed to make Aruban schools more green and sustainable. The goal of Green'S'Cool is to empower Aruban students to find ways to reduce carbon footprint of their schools through game-like interaction, and redirect energy savings towards after-school programs and other educational needs. …
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"Smart & Sustainable"
October 3rd, 4th, 5th 2012
Dr Ockels and his crew arrived!
On January the 20th 2013 the famous 'Ecolution' boat of Wubbo Ockels arrived in the harbor of Aruba. We were hired by Green Aruba to take the aerial shots. What a show! Check out this screencapture with the Ecolution!
Government of Aruba and Carbon War Room bid to flip Caribbean Island off Fossil Fuels
The Government of Aruba and the Carbon War Room (CWR), the global entrepreneur initiative founded by Sir Richard Branson and a group of entrepreneurs, announced a partnership to transition the island to 100% renewable energy today during the UN's Rio+20 talks. The partnership would make Aruba the world's first sustainable energy economy, with the Carbon War Room and New America Foundation working to both devise and implement an integrated strategy for the economy-wide transition - a world first, if successful.