Last Friday, a group called the Environmental Policy Alliance (EPA, what else?) released a bombshell report claiming that LEED-certified buildings "actually use more energy than uncertified buildings." The post New EPA Report Trashes LEED Standards… No, Really! appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
By building their tiny home on wheels, the Morrisons were able to bypass many of the building codes and regulations that normally stand in the way of building tiny homes. Although hOMe measures just 8.5 feet wide, its tall slanted ceilings and white walls
Editor’s Note: Here’s some good news — 30+ US senators are going to spend the night bringing more attention to global warming and climate change. Hopefully this is the spark that gets a serious climate action ball rolling in US politics. Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain embraces his then-Senate colleague, John Kerry, during his confirmation hearing for secretary of state. When it comes to climate change, the two men sometimes embrace the same policy, sometimes not. (Flickr/glynloweShow More Summary
Originally published on the ECOreport. In January, SolarCity and Clean Edge commissioned Zogby Analytics to do a survey of what US homeowners think about clean energy products, services, electric utilities, third-party energy service providers, and consumer choice. Show More Summary
Oh dear, I thought this morning upon reading "Is the Wolf a Real American Hero?," an op-ed piece in The New York Times by Arthur Middleton, a post-doctoral student. This is going to make lots of people hopping mad, and for no good reason. Show More Summary
We recently covered some big solar power plans for Ghana here on CleanTechnica. Right after that, I got an email from the COO of one of the companies involved in these plans, which included a first look at a press release from the company and some related pictures. Show More Summary
Designer Phil Pauley has come up with a series of Extreme Weather Rescue Vehicles that could navigate through deep floodwaters and around physical obstacles, unlike conventional trucks and emergency vehicles. The ATVs would be powered by on-board solar arrays
You're actually looking at a sea animal.
Climate change in the Arctic is the inspiration for a three-artist show, Voyage of Discovery, on display at the Washington, DC headquarters of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The exhibition, created by DC-based artists Michele
Dubbed Milly Film, the mixed-use building is designed to serve as a cinematographer’s residence, production studio, and workspace. The design began with the decision to maintain the existing structure of a small one story house on the ground level. The renovation
An owner of a Tesla Model S 60 is coming close to wrapping up a coast-to-coast-to-coast trip in the best mass-produced car on the planet. No “surprise” problems. No “range anxiety.” Nope. Just love for the wonderful Model S and a lot of driving. Show More Summary
Americans took 10.7 billion trips on public transit in 2013, a record high with increases in all transit modes, and the most in one year since Americans Took A Record 10.7 Billion Public Transit Trips In 2013 was originally published on: CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 30,000 other subscribers: RSS | Facebook | Twitter.
EASY Eco-Car, a division of EASY Car Sales located in Nassau, Bahamas will soon begin selling the Wheego LiFE electric vehicle, the first EV to be sold there. Cayman Automotive Leasing will be responsible for distribution of the vehicles. Show More Summary
Capturing the first video of a giant squid in the deep-sea was the thrill of a lifetime. How I came to do so, working 600 miles south of Tokyo on a luxury yacht owned by a billionaire hedge fund manager, on an expedition funded by television,...Show More Summary
I wrote approximately one month ago about a threat to one of Georgia’s key electric car incentives, which could throw a big roadblock into one of the hottest electric car markets in the US — Hotlanta (aka Atlanta). Unfortunately, the story has taken a turn for the worse. Show More Summary
Since the famous Montreal Protocol banning CFC's and HCFC's was signed in 1987, the public seems to have largely forgotten about the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica. However scientists from the University of East Anglia just identified four more ozone-damaging
Bright orange reflective vests might keep bicyclists and pedestrians safe at night but they don't exactly scream cool, which often discourages their use. Enter Halo Belt 2.0 -- the glowing LED, USB rechargeable safety device that can be worn as a belt or shoulder
Kentucky becomes the eighth state in the US to ban the use of cruel veal crates. Read More The post Kentucky to Fully Ban Veal Crates By 2018 appeared first on Ecorazzi.