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How are we supposed to keep up with the tidal wave of information that comes our way every day?

My daily favorites are the BBC, Guardian and Independent, from the UK; Spiegel (English edition, from Germany); and the Huffington Post. For most of these, I usually click on ‘Green’ or ‘environment. I supplement them with <a href="www.grist.org>Grist</a>, <a data-cke-saved-href=" http:="" cleantechnica.com="" "="">Clean Technica, Smart Planet, and Climate Progress. My favorite weekly magazine is New Scientist. And still the great stories keep coming, so I also have Google News set up with my favorite search terms, such as ‘solar’, ‘climate change’ … and ‘BCSEA’.

Here in the BCSEA, we provide a free BCSEA-NEWS email list-serv that has many smart participants who post BC stories on energy and climate. We also have a BCSEA-ENERGY list-serv for discussion. To sign up for these, click here. http://www.bcsea.org/email-lists.

Our website runs regular sustainable energy news stories, such as Tokelau becomes the world’s first 100% solar powered country, and Wind industry could provide a fifth of global electricity by 2030. To see them regularly, visit www.bcsea.org on a regular basis.

We also run a BCSEA Facebook page, and we tweet regularly on Twitter.

What are your favorites, as you strive to keep up with the whirlwind of change? Please send them to info@bcsea.org with the subject line ‘Favorite communications’, so that we can share them around.