Solar panel installations are some of the most environmentally-friendly sources of energy. They have zero emissions, making them sustainable for humans on Earth and possibly in space. Yes, that’s right. Solar panels could make it to space because agencies like the European Space Agency (ESA) are planning to launch space-based solar power in the future. […]
Millions of individuals lack access to safe drinking water around the globe. Contamination and pollution increase bacterial growth in local water supplies, interfering with a community’s health and well-being. One of the most common symptoms of waterborne illness caused by water pollution is diarrhea. Diarrheal conditions are also one of the leading causes of fatality […]
If you are passionate about the environment and want to make a difference in the world, you might be interested in a ‘green’ career. Increasingly, we have to be conscious of all the decisions we make – from our diet to the way we travel – if we want to genuinely help the planet. So, green […]
On this week’s episode, Noel and Jacob learn that net-zero communities have nothing to do with the dial-up internet service from 1900’s and Jacob should probably start reading the entire article on the subject BEFORE the podcast.
As Noel and Jacob read up on the latest solar technology they learn that the world might be ready for solar farms in the shape of classic movie characters, and maybe Keanu Reeves on a solar-powered space sail.
Nay-sayers of solar power would have you believing that you need tens of thousands of dollars in order to benefit from an “inefficient” source of electricity. Arguments of those types usually come from the uneducated who don’t spend a great deal of time reading about current developments in technology. The truth is, you can benefit […]
When it comes to “going green” you’ve probably heard companies use the excuse of cost as a reason for not switching to a more environmentally-friendly method of doing business. This is true of individuals as well, but is this really just an excuse or is it the truth? Is the cost of going green too […]