Doing nothing on climate will cost the world $72 trillion by 2060 in disaster recovery as climate change ramps up as predicted under a Business as Usual scenario, according to a new report from Citibank’s Global Perspectives and Solutions (CitiGPS).
Indoor farming isn’t a new concept, but bringing LEDs into it is making the process more cost-effective.
Single-use plastic is the bane of every earth-friendly person’s existence. We all know how damaging it is to the environment, but we can’t seem to escape it. The trouble is that it is so convenient, especially when it comes to food storage. Well, the time has come to cut that single-use plastic out of your life! Instead of buying hundreds of disposable food storage bags every year just to throw them out after a single-use, why not switch to earth-friendly reusable ziplock bags?
You could spruce up your traditional bird bath with an electric fountain pump, but why not take advantage of a readily available, free power source and invest in a solar bird bath instead?
Let’s take a look at the famous vehicle manufacturer’s solar offerings, installation costs, customer service, and long-term outlook.
Everyone knows that the sun is a fantastic source of energy. Not only is solar power much better for the environment, but it is also free to use and can help you save money on your energy bills.
The IEA has long assessed a need for investment of $1 trillion a year in clean energy like wind and solar to meet the 2 C target
Researchers at George Washington University in Washington, DC have devised a way to pull CO2 out of air and turn the carbon into carbon nanofibers, the wonder material that now makes racing bikes and other high tech sporting goods so lightweight.
Nissan has announced that the new LEAF PLUS, the extended-range version of its popular LEAF, will be available in the US this March and it will cost $36,500. That’s $6,500 more than the standard LEAF and about $1,000 more than the Tesla Model 3’s new price.
Toilets are important. We may not think about them very often, but toilets are a vital part of our everyday comfort and well being. Toilets are also a key factor in creating a more environmentally friendly society. Did you know that according to the EPA 30% of household water usage is from flushing the toilet? Some older toilets can use as much as seven gallons of water with every flush. That is billions of gallons of unnecessary water going down the drain every year. Thankfully, there is an easy solution to this problem: low flow toilets.
The best air filtration systems, are able to sift out almost all the harmful airborne contaminants in your home, leaving you and your family healthier and happier.