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New Wind Solutions Are a Big Win for Conservation

When most people think about renewable wind energy, they imagine clean, blue skies, fluffy clouds and a well-placed lens flare as a gloss-white, mill-blade splits the sun. It is a beautiful image representing the promise of a cooler and healthier tomorrow. What I think of is, a Wedge-Tailed Eagle dipping and dodging (fighter pilot style), […]

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From Big to Small: 5 Commercial Solar Lighting Options for Your Business

Marshall Schreiber Herskovitz, an American movie director and environmental proponent has been quoted saying, “Even those who don’t believe in climate change believe we should develop renewable energy. Americans get it, it’s time. This is not controversial. It’s actually right in the wheelhouse of American business.” This statement couldn’t be closer to the truth. The […]

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The Future of Solar Shingles

Solar energy has become the face of renewable energy, alongside other resources like wind and geothermal power. Its efficiency and eco-friendliness make solar a standout for the energy industry. Most commonly, you’ll see solar panels popping up in places where renewable energy is used. Lowered costs mean people have access to implement them on all […]

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How the Automotive Industry Influences the Environment and What You Can Do About It

Needing to own a car can cause quite a dilemma when you know how it influences the environment. Manufacturing, use and recycling of cars all have an impact. But thanks to clean automotive technologies and growing awareness among car manufacturers and users, there are ways for both you as a car owner, and for industry […]

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A Second Industrial Revolution: The Benefit of a Sustainability Report

The Industrial Revolution brought about rapid advancements which shaped the world we live in today. New developments resulted in significant improvements in public health, social communications, energy usage and sanitation. However this came at a cost – many of the environmental issues we now face are due to fossil fuels and mass production, which were […]

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Will Autonomous Trucks Help the Industry Become Environmentally Friendly?

It is easy to dismiss the notion of self-driving vehicles as a pipe dream, but it isn’t. It’s closer to reality than most people think, with fully autonomous cars, buses, and trucks possibly on the road in a couple of years from now. And if that seems a rather optimistic prognosis, then consider this Tech Emergence […]

Our Impact on the Environment: World Wildlife Day 2014

Today is the first official World Wildlife Day. Not only that though, it is also the anniversary of the founding of CITES (The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) back in 1973. It is a day to help raise awareness of the dangers faced by our world’s animals, plants […]

Weekly Greens – August 6th [w/Videos]

Image by Tambako the Jaguar Well, it’s that time of the week again. If your week has been anything like mine, it’s been a busy but hopefully fruitful week! I do have to admit I’m looking forward to this weekend. However, before you or I head out, let’s take a look at the ‘Weekly Greens’: […]