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.

How Green Design Can Remedy Seasonal Affective Disorder

Fall and winter bring cooler temperatures, holiday seasons and other fun events, but the seasons can be a challenging time for many. Spring and summer deliver warmer temperatures and more daylight, but this time of year can also feel burdensome for some people. The seasons can affect a person’s mood and alter their daily activities, […]

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Is It More Sustainable to Live in a City or the Suburbs?

Cities and suburbs both have their advantages and disadvantages. Cities provide more entertaining nightlife and career opportunities, but suburban areas offer a more quiet, family-friendly setting. Each also impacts climate change slightly differently. Which option is better for sustainable living? Cities tend to be more eco-friendly and here are a few reasons why.  The City […]

This Week In Green – Mar 18, 2022

For ‘This Week In Green’ on March 18th we’ve got an underwater museum, CO2 beer bubbles, desert veggies, and the biggest dating app blunder of all time! You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we offer up greenwashing advice to businesses. 

This Week In Green – Mar 11, 2022

For this week in green we’ve got the real life Electric Avenue for you to rock down to, Samsung casts a fishing net to make phones, South Korea soaks up the sun with giant solar plum blossoms, and a new satellite that will see everything meteorologists cannot. You don’t want to miss this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast where we wrap up the show with things that are surprisingly still legal! 

This Week In Green – Mar 4, 2022

We are back with a brand new ‘This Week In Green’ on The Biofriendly Podcast for March 4, 2022! This week we’ve got tree batteries, a diaper highway, solar powered clothing, super seawomen, and more.

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12 Ways to Renovate Your Home Sustainably

There’s a lot to think about when renovating your home. You need to design your new space and add your personal style to the house. However, you should also incorporate substance, as well as style, when doing home renovations. Consider how you can help the environment when making design choices. Here are 12 ways you […]

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4 Tips to Be Able to Afford Solar in 2021

The previous year, and the ongoing pandemic, has been tough on all of us. In many households, various projects have been put on hold until the situation gets better. Financially speaking, families have become much more prudent and frugal with their spending decisions, but many are still considering solar energy as an investment worth making […]

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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 […]

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!