You’ve heard us talk about wind farms as a source of renewable, clean energy. But all those wind farms were land or water based. What about wind farms in the air?
Clean water is pretty easy for most of us in the United States to come by. You just turn the tap and out it flows. Of course, that’s not the case everywhere.
Solar energy is great—we all know it by now. But what’s even better? Cheaper solar energy. And what’s even better than that? Cheaper solar energy who’s production has a small carbon footprint.
If you’ve ever tried standing still on a beach while the waves splashed around you, you know it’s no easy thing. Imagine if all that wave power could generate electricity!
This idea brings together two of the best things in life: food and fully-charged electronic devices. And it’s pretty simple—all you need is carbon dioxide, water, light and plants.
Alex Honnold has found a pretty daredevil way to appreciate the planet: he’s famous for his rock climbing—particularly because he climbs the dangerous slopes without ropes.
Now, his foundation, The Honnold Foundation, is spreading the word about how we can all work to save the planet that he loves so much.
There are a lot of reasons to start thinking about living on the water—melting ice caps and rising sea levels are putting coastal cities at risk for being flooded for one, but there are green opportunities for these floating cities.
Cyclists in Trondheim, Norway have a pretty cool toy to help them get through a particularly long hill in the city.
Bad news: the sea levels are rising and natural disasters are becoming more intense.
Good news: now we’ve got the designs for an area that will be able to support us and our lives in a clean, green way should the apocalypse ever happen: Noah’s Ark.
Whether you need something to make your fish tank a little more exciting or you want to have fresh vegetables grown right in your home, an aquaponics tank is worth checking out.