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The Environmental Impact of Car Use and Maintenance During COVID-19

A properly maintained car not only performs better and costs less to run, but it can help protect the planet. Of course not using your fossil fuel car at all, which has become far more common since the start of the pandemic, can also help. Let’s take a slightly friendlier look at the implications of […]

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Electric Vehicles and Their Importance in the 21st Century

It’s fair to say climate change is the defining problem of the 21st century (so far, at least). CO2, while not the most dangerous greenhouse gas, is the one we produce in quantity—and with transportation responsible for 28% of CO2 emissions in the US, it’s also one we can significantly reduce by transitioning to electric […]

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Tesla Tackles the Battery Problem Head On

Tesla Motors, and its growing fleet of electric vehicles, is a source of pride and promise that has been used as a rallying point by activists across the globe in their battle for a carbon-free, sustainable future. Factually though, there has been an underacknowledged problem facing the electric car industry for years – and environmentalism’s […]

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 70 - Faraday Future with Tobin Kirk

Faraday Future with Tobin Kirk

As the electric car revolution gains momentum, a 1,050 horsepower luxury option enters the playing field known as the FF 91 by tech-company, Faraday Future. This week we are joined by Faraday Future’s own Tobin Kirk who shares some of the futuristic features with Noel and Jacob as we envision a world with silent cars, customizable screens, and maybe just maybe… bubbles.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 64 - Electric Vehicle Charging with EVgo

Electric Vehicle Charging with EVgo

As Electric Vehicles increase in popularity with more models arriving every year, The Biofriendly Podcast wanted to explore what charging solutions were available with this week’s guest, Jonathan Levy from EVgo. As SVP of Business Development, Jonathan plugs us in to some of the best ways to integrate charging into your every day life, what sets EVgo apart from the rest, and how hard would it be for Jacob to get an electric Gremlin.

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Greenifying the Automotive Industry: The Sustainability of Electric Vehicles

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are probably aware of the ongoing global warming crisis. Harmful carbon emissions play a big part in worsening this environmental issue and according to a 2019 report: the transportation sector causes about 24% of these hazardous CO2 emissions worldwide. This is where electric cars come in. They […]

Californians May Soon Be Generating Electricity on Their Daily Commute

Traffic in Los Angeles, and throughout the state of California, can often be quite a nightmare. It’s one of the many reasons more and more drivers are choosing electric vehicles (EVs), hybrids and public transportation.  I mean it’s kind of scary to think how much gasoline and money goes to waste every day just due to cars […]

10 Green Actions That Can Dramatically Improve Our Cities

When people talk about “going green” or doing actions that are considered to be more environmentally-friendly, they are often talking about actions someone can do on a personal level. There are green actions, however, that cities and local governments can take that will dramatically improve not only our quality of life, but the air we […]

Which Generation is More Eco-Minded: Ours or Our Grandparents?

Image by dorena-wm Over the last few years people seem to be getting more and more eco-minded. Whether it be through their work, home or personal lives, people seem to have gained an awareness on what is and isn’t eco-friendly. Whether or not they do anything with that awareness is a different story, of course. […]

Biofriendlyblog’s Weekly Greens, Jan 21

Happy Friday! Another week filled with lots of interesting and informative green articles. Personally I know it can be hard to digest them all, so I wanted to snag a few that I found particularly interesting and a few that I just felt were worth sharing. Remember, it’s still January though, so there’s lots of […]