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emilio deiryme

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Member since October 31, 2012


  • Springhill Group- Home Loans Scam Prevention Tips

    Community, Communication Design

    Scams that are perpetrated through in house financing are almost limitless. Having a house is not just a luxury but it is a necessity. Buying a house is not just an investment but having a place you can call home. This is a place where you can create memories and a place where you could go home to after a long day, a place where you can be with the family. A place where you can be stress-free so buying should also be stress-free. Nowadays it is hard to have one of your own added the trouble of being scammed by people who will do anything just to steal money to others. Here are some tips to avoid house financing frauds:

    http://www.booksie.com/other/short_story/johnemin2012/springhill-group-home-loans-scam-prevention-tips

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    http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article37232.html

    Commodities / Renewable Energy Oct 28, 2012 - 06:53 AM By: Nicole_Foss

    In recent years, there has been more and more talk of a transition to renewable energy on the grounds of climate change, and an increasing range of public policies designed to move in this direction. Not only do advocates envisage, and suggest to custodians of the public purse, a future of 100% renewable energy, but they suggest that this can be achieved very rapidly, in perhaps a decade or two, if sufficient political will can be summoned. See for instance this 2009 Plan to Power 100 Percent of the Planet with Renewables:

    A year ago former vice president Al Gore threw down a gauntlet: to repower America with 100 percent carbon-free electricity within 10 years. As the two of us started to evaluate the feasibility of such a change, we took on an even larger challenge: to determine how 100 percent of the world’s energy, for all purposes, could be supplied by wind, water and solar resources, by as early as 2030.

    See also, as an example, the Zero Carbon Australia Stationary Energy Plan proposed by Beyond Zero Emissions:

    The world stands on the precipice of significant change. Climate scientists predict severe impacts from even the lowest estimates of global warming. Atmospheric CO2 already exceeds safe levels. A rational response to the problem demands a rapid shift to a zero-fossil-fuel, zero-emissions future. The Zero Carbon Australia 2020 Stationary Ene...