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Welcome to the Biofriendly Blog

Hi there. If you are reading this then I suppose it is time to thank you for visiting our blog. My name is Noel and I will be one of the writers that you will read from most on this blog. The other writers who will often blog here are Cassie and Jim. Our goal […]

Global Warming Could Make Things a Lot Cooler

So I was looking through some old articles and things, searching for inspiration for my first, non-introductory biofriendly blog, and I came across some interesting stuff related to an Ice Age caused by carbon dioxide emissions and global warming. Most if not all of you have heard of the movie The Day After Tomorrow where […]

Simple Ways to Improve Fuel Economy – Part 1

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More Biofriendly Fuel Economy Improvement Tips

I am going to list out a related group of fuel economy saving ideas (not including the use of Green Plus) really quickly on today’s blog. In the future I will share some other fuel saving ideas but for now, after this blog, I will take a break on this topic and get to some new […]

Cloud whisper

While it is quite possible that this photo has been manipulated to look this way, it’s a beautiful sight to see a cloud that appears to be whispering something to the Earth. What would it say?

Electric Fungi and the Wood Wide Web

While scientists are arguing over whether trees are talking to each other or not, one study has found that mushrooms are talking to each other in patterns similar to human speech! This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we explore this notion of the wood wide web, why science will always need magic, and did Noel and Jacob once again end the fight between scientists?

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Snow Be Gone: Eco-Friendly Methods of Snow Removal

Traditional snow removal methods, such as rock salt and gas-powered snow blowers, are great for clearing icy roads but bad for the environment. Salt can accumulate in waterways and fossil fuels contribute to climate change. Luckily, you don’t have to resign yourself to being snowed in this winter – there are eco-friendly snow removal methods […]

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Energy Innovation: Could Sand Power the Next Battery?

The world is in the midst of a renewable energy transition being propelled forward at a breakneck speed by the rising costs of oil and gas, climate change impacts and the increased availability of alternative technologies. One of the most significant challenges to the widespread adoption of renewable energy is providing a steady supply of […]

Flexible Solar On Every Surface with Phil Layton

This week we have a guest interview with Phil Layton, CEO of Pi Energy, which is a company developing thin, flexible, solar nanofilms that make it possible to install solar on almost any surface. We chat with Phil about new solar possibilities, how scientists are working to capture more power from the sun, why Noel and Jacob are dressed in America.

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Every Aspect of Construction Needs to Focus on Sustainability…Especially Project Managers

Sustainability is a popular value amongst consumers, but it also benefits professionals who embrace it. Project managers have an influential role in promoting eco-friendliness in construction to push the industry forward. You can focus on these aspects to integrate green practices into every part of the construction process. 1. Prioritize Sustainability in RFPs Minimizing carbon […]