The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 80 - Noel And Jacob Go Nuclear

Noel and Jacob Go Nuclear

When it comes to the topic of Nuclear Energy, most of the public’s perception has been darkened by Chernobyl and even TV shows like The Simpsons with images of glowing green goop. But this week, Noel and Jacob present how Nuclear Power could be crucial in our transition towards creating sustainable, carbon-free energy!

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The Good Earth: How Rollbacks on Environmental Regulations Will Impact the World

As devastating as the COVID-19 pandemic has been, there is, at least, something good to have come from it. When the world went into lockdown, for just a little while, our Earth got a bit of a reprieve from the abuses we humans heap upon it. In China, carbon emissions fell by more than 25% […]

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Environmental Effects of Home Isolation

While the Coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly everyone in one way or another, the silver lining seems to be the required social distancing practices have given our environment a much-needed break. As a result of entire countries following home isolation protocols, put in place to help flatten the curve, the positive changes in the environment […]

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How Sustainability Is the Future of the Eco-Friendly Building Industry

Eco-friendly building construction begins with intelligent design. By thinking strategically, and adopting the right way of working with the correct materials and technology early, you can help save the environment and your money. The benefits of creating an eco-friendly and efficient home or building include a healthy living space, lower fuel bills, and having a […]

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8 Attainable Ways To Green Your Home

Taking strides to live a greener life is so important for the earth nowadays. Whether you’re looking for simple things to try now or you’re ready to take on a big remodel to add value to your home for years to come, we are going to lay out ways you can update your home and […]

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The Top 4 Benefits Of Installing Solar Panels On Your Home

Solar panels have become one of the trendy features to have in homes, both here in the United States and abroad. They aren’t just nice to have, however, there are hidden benefits of using them as well. Here are the top 4 benefits of installing solar panels on your home: 1. Reducing/Eliminating Energy Bills If […]

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Solar Power Innovations Make Renewable Energy Better Than Ever

Innovation is a core strength of the solar industry and will continue to sustain it well into the next decade. In the past year, advances in solar efficiency, solar storage, solar design and even wearable tech have changed the landscape of renewable energy. It’s now better than ever, improving with each passing day. The future […]

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Why Have These 5 Countries Got the Rest of the World Beat When It Comes to Green Living?

A healthy environment nurtures healthy people. This idea is increasingly being accepted all around the globe, and rightly so. That’s precisely why the world is doing everything it can to address different environmental issues. Individually, there are many things you can do to help the environment. For example, having a building survey done before you […]

Green Wings Award Winner, The Pedal Powered Outlets

Pedal Powered Outlets | Green Wings Award

Congratulations to the pedal powered outlets at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam which have just won this week’s Green Wings Award! In an age where devices reign supreme, but the power that they consume remains an environmental concern – it is a pleasure to see such an elegant solution. Not only do these pedal powered outlets […]

CO2 Emissions: 10 Ways to Reduce Your Footprint

According to a report from The World Bank,  worldwide CO2 emissions as of 2013 were 4.996 metric tons per capita. For those of you who are unfamiliar, a metric ton is 2,204.62 pounds. This means each person is producing approximately 11,014 pounds of emissions each year. Unfortunately over the past 15 years, we have seen a […]