It is no secret the COVID-19 pandemic has turned the traditional office space on its head. However, in all honesty, the health crisis only intensified a trend already in motion, as many companies had been exploring how remote work could help them control office costs and reduce their carbon footprint. Moving forward, commercial offices must […]
Technology has advanced to the point where we no longer have to worry about getting things done and now have the optional luxury of caring about how we get things done. Coal and oil were the standard fuel for years because there was no other option. Still, now we can see the damage that has […]
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast, Jacob does his best to figure out what Green Hydrogen is all about and then repeat it back to Noel. In the end it turns out that electrolyzing water is like the Tunnel of Love, 2020 might be the growing pains we all needed, and no mater what we can’t give up!
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% […]
While coronavirus may be the talk of the town at the moment, climate change hasn’t gone away. With sea levels continuously on the rise, atmospheric carbon dioxide at its highest level for 800,000 years and plastic in the oceans at an unprecedented high, it can be all too easy to get sidetracked at this time […]
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.
When it comes to the future of green energy, we looked no further than the Great White North of Canada where we were introduced to David Dodge, acclaimed environmental journalist and host of the popular multi-media podcast, Green Energy Futures. David shares the story of his humble beginnings as a forester, and how it eventually led him to document the clean energy revolution that’s already underway.
Solar energy has been around for many years, but some people still incorrectly believe roof-mounted solar panels are the only way to use solar technology. While roof-mounted solar panels are one of the most popular ways to use solar energy, other options effectively use solar energy as a renewable energy source. You have several options […]
This week we welcome our guest engineer, scientist and inventor, Michael Carroll. Mike shares a little bit about the incredible work his company, Helios Altas, is doing with hydro-powered energy in remote places around the world in need of power. We also discuss the current state of renewable energy, how water dams are theme parks for fish, and wind energy is not for the birds.
In the first official ‘podcast from home’ episode, Noel and Jacob ZOOM right in to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set forth by the United Nations and share all the ways they hope to save the planet as long as Noel survives this quarantine.