eJournal USA : « Growing Up Green »

vendredi 6 avril 2012

eJournal USA est une revue électronique du Département d’État des États-Unis, librement accessible en ligne.

This issue of eJournal USA explores how young people are leading the way to a cleaner, greener, more sustainable future. From launching their own environmental organizations to developing alternative energy resources, today’s youth have what it takes to make the world a better place.

Ce numéro d’eJournal USA explore la façon dont les jeunes montre le chemin de l’écologie et du développement durable en se préoccupant de l’environnement et en développant des sources d’énergie renouvelable.

Youth Today Lead Today
Youth are leading the way to a sustainable future by creating innovative solutions to global problems.

Top 10 Reasons to Go Green in 2012
Road to Rio+20
This is the year for young people worldwide to campaign and act on local and global sustainable development issues.


Sustainable Societies Start with Youth
As the world grows older, young people are working to ensure a brighter, greener future for generations to come.


From Waste to Warmth
A team of teenagers is turning wasted cooking oil into an alternative energy source for needy families in Rhode Island.

Sharing a Ride Reduces Traffic and Pollution
Young entrepreneurs in Mexico encourage commuters to share rides to save the environment.

Indonesia’s Sahabat Alam, Protecting the Earth
Fifteen-year-old environmental activist Adeline Tiffanie Suwana proves one person can make a difference.


GreenShields Clears the Air, Boosts Education
Sixteen-year-old Jonny Cohen is making school buses more energy- and cost-efficient.

Building Windmills by Candlelight
Student William Kamkwamba turned discarded metal and plastic into energy-producing windmills in Malawi.

Noise Goes Electric
Four students at American University at Sharjah are converting noise into clean, renewable energy.


Team Belgium : Solar Can Be Affordable
A team of university students in Belgium shows that an energy-neutral home can be as affordable as any other house.

Cooking Inside the Box
Jon Bøhmer’s Kyoto Box is a simple invention that makes a major difference for those struggling to get clean energy for cooking.

Lighting Up Rural Innovation in India
Two young entrepreneurs use tractors to help rural students study after dark.

eJournal USA : Growing Up Green