Aqualibrium If you live in the city, chances are you don't have much real estate to grow vegetables. Enter Aqualibrium: a miniature, modular, urban farming aquaponics system that gives renters a year-round, indoor food source, even if they're short on space.
You may remember an article I wrote about French startup EP Tender back in December 2013 following an interview I did with the founder and CEO Jean-Baptiste Segard. A few months ago, he created a video update of his own when he and two...Show More Summary
A new 3D-printed battery prototype from the aptly named company Graphene 3D lab embeds "nanoplatelets" of graphene in polymer filaments for 3D printing New 3D-Printed Battery Packs Graphene Punch was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
A few months ago, we published a wonderful piece by Julian Cox that showed that hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are, at best, total hype and not green; and, at worst, a massive scam. Following the article, a discussion between Anthony Eggert — Executive...Show More Summary
It’s almost time to start carving out Jack-O'-Lanterns, which means piles of pumpkin waste. We’ve got you covered on roasting the seeds like a boss, so how about taking all that pumpkin flesh and turning it into some tangy pumpkin and orange soup? This
Located on the outskirts of ?ernín, Vila Hermina is definitely a bit strange looking amidst the other more traditional cottages in the area. Not only is it painted a bright pink, but it does not share a single characteristic with the other houses. Built
25 The flora terrarium is encased in a high tech capsule that works a little like a live Tamagotchi. Low energy lighting is integrated into the capsule to replicate sunlight, while sensors provide real time information on the climatic conditions inside
We put a lot of cyber ink into the German, Australian, US, Chinese, Indian, Chilean, and Japanese solar energy revolutions. However, I think the Bangladeshi solar revolution is one we don’t write about enough. One of the biggest reasons for that is probably that it doesn’t compare to the others on a total capacity basis. Show More Summary
In April, I received an interesting report from IBISWorld.com regarding solar panel installation. It is aimed at buyers of solar panel installation services, but it is actually quite detailed, even including breakdowns of vendor costs (including wages, overhead, purchases, and profit) and a 3-year price forecast. Show More Summary
The Green Lane Project promotes freedom of choice in mobility for urban environments across the US. The Green Lane Project recently selected Atlanta as one of six cities to activate more development of protected bike lanes and increase safe biking. Show More Summary
Ian Hughes talks about sustainability at Goose Island - what the company has done and where they're headed in the future.
We often think of opossums as looking a bit frightening while playing dead—their defense mechanism against threats—but this one looks quite cute as it explores.
Common Good was started by Sacha Dunn and her husband Edmund Levine out of their personal desire to have refillable and eco-friendly option when it comes to cleaning supplies.
Walter Wang suggests that "Adaptive taxes" based on the quantity and frequency of filling up would be fairer and more efficient than the way gas taxes are currently implemented.
For years our Congress has ignored humans' impact on climate change. Many members of Congress have used terms like "pseudoscience" and ignored the fact that 97 percent of scientists studying the issue have concluded that climate change...Show More Summary
The complexity -- and potential for good -- of global reach. Companies that are the largest in their industry, such as Unilever or Nike, face a unique challenge each time they make a move in sustainability. Should they use their scale...Show More Summary
The startups CEO believes the world needs to start quantifying its health the same way humans already are with wearable devices.
While Nissan and Tesla topping the list of ZEV credit sellers shouldn’t surprise anybody, Fiat placing in third is a bit of an eyebrow raiser Nissan, Tesla, And Fiat Sell The Most ZEV Credits In California was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
In Friday’s wee hours, the 28-nation European Union committed itself to fight climate change by rolling back dangerous carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 to at least 40% less than their benchmark 1990 levels. The EU has already almost met its existing goal of a 20% cut by 2020. Show More Summary
Americans will spend more than two billion dollars on candy this Halloween, making it candy's biggest holiday. This is fun for kids, great for dentists, and downright fantastic for the Mars family. But before you head over to the store...Show More Summary