I knew as a green lover one point of time you might be very much interested to know about the history of the pariticular green technology evolution…. here is the site which deal with the green technology histories…
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About Green Tech History Author Alexis Madrigal:
Alexis Madrigal is a leading green tech writer. Since joining Wired.com as a staff writer in 2007, he has helped build Wired Science into the largest science blog in the world, with millions of visitors per month. He was a major part of Wired.com’s Webby award win for “Best Writing” and hosts the popular Wired Science video podcast.
He’s been invited to speak at South by Southwest, Berkeley Journalism School, Stanford Law School, E3, and Webvisions, and is a regular guest on NPR. Madrigal is the youngest staff member at WIRED, but maintains the institution’s most unpredictable beard.
Madrigal’s innovative journalism has attracted notice from the heavyweights of the field. He wrote the first feature for the new Knight Foundation-backed startup, Spot.Us, about how ethanol rides the rails from the plants of Iowa to the fuel terminals of Northern California. Following the publication of the piece, Harvard’s Nieman Foundation asked him to contribute an essay on new ideas in journalism.
Madrigal traces his need to tell stories to the Mexican border. It’s there that his father crossed into the US. His father has never filled in the details, so the son has, imagining the chiaroscuro life he must have lived in those first years in stateside. Besides, only in fantasies does the son of a random immigrant and a carpenter’s daughter go to Harvard.
Once there, he alloyed his intuitive writing skills with book-learning in the history-heavy English department. He garnered magna cum laudehonors, largely due to his thesis, a novella, In Loco Parentis.
He now lives in San Francisco, where he insists on relentlessly telling stories from the green tech past to people fixated on the future.