All Blogs / Lifestyle / Green Living / Popular

US Energy Dept. Trolls Trump Yet Again On Renewables, With $50 Million For New Grid Resiliency Projects

There they go again: US Energy Dept. pumps $50 million into new grid reliability projects including renewables, renewables and more renewables US Energy Dept. Trolls Trump Yet Again On Renewables, With $50 Million For New Grid Resiliency...Show More Summary

Australian researchers store light as sound for the first time

Photonic or light-based computers would run around 20 times quicker than today's electronic laptops if microchips could process data in speedy photons. Now, they might be able to. For the very first time, researchers from two Australian...Show More Summary

Will Tesla Model 3 Long Range Hold Value Better Than Tesla Model 3 Standard? (Depreciation Brainstorm)

A very interesting discussion relating to the eventual resale value differences between different Tesla Model 3 battery pack configurations was recently begun on the Model 3 Owners Club forum. I hadn't personally thought about the subject much at all before reading the discussion, but it makes for a worthwhile line of enquiry. Show More Summary

Is Tesla Stock Ready To Rise Again?

Although volatility is the norm when tracking the dizzying fluctuations of Tesla [NASDAQ: TSLA], a bright future could be coming for stockholders. According to Investopedia, "Tesla Inc. shares appear to have broken out and could continue...Show More Summary

300 Global Companies Commit to Science-Based Climate Targets Ahead of Climate Week NYC

At least 300 companies are now aligned with the Science Based Targets initiative, which provides a framework to help companies stay competitive while doing their part to mitigate climate change.

New study shows a 1-in-20 chance climate change will cause a complete societal collapse

Most of the world's human population, and the health of ecosystems across the planet, could face an existential threat by the end of the century if rapid, forceful action is not taken to combat climate change. According to a new study published...Show More Summary

Earth’s “Weathering Thermostat” Keeps Climate In Check Over Very Long Periods Of Time

Runaway climate change turned Venus into a scorching hellscape, but Earth never grew so hot or cold that life failed to endure. Even in its most turbulent moments, our tiny planet remained a refuge, a blue-green lifeboat adrift against the vast hostility of space. Show More Summary

Thomas Heatherwick unveils massive museum carved out of a historic grain silo

Prolific architect Thomas Heatherwick just finished transforming an old grain silo in Cape Town into South Africa's largest art museum - the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. The team spent years carefully renovating the silo's 42 massive cylindrical concrete tubes into 6,000 square feet of gallery space, which will hold the world's premier collection of African art.[...]

Provocative street art installation shows baby peering over US-Mexico border wall

Renowned street artist JR has installed a provocative new piece on the US-Mexico border. Best-known for his artistic commentary on social issues, JR reportedly designed a poster of a large baby peering over the border fence from the Mexican side. Show More Summary

Dimension Plus turned Oreo cookies into edible records that play music

As if it wasn't sweet enough, now the iconic Oreo cookie has been converted into an edible record that plays music! Designed by the creative minds at Dimension Plus, Oreo Vinyl embosses actual Oreo cookies with tiny grooves, just like vinyl records - except they're edible. The musical treats even come in cardboard packaging that can be transformed into a mini record player.[...]

Elderly New Yorkers Threatened By Extreme Heat (Video)

A sweltering, humid summer day can be brutal for most of us, but for the elderly extreme heat is downright dangerous. Elderly New Yorkers Threatened By Extreme Heat (Video) was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

This man has saved over 700 stray dogs in China over the last 8 years

Zhou Yusong is a dog's best friend. Over the last eight years, Yusong has rescued over 700 stray dogs and given them homes at his animal protection center China’s Henan Province. Though he didn’t intend on becoming the “Guardian of Dogs,” this is what he is called in his home city of Zhengzhou.[...]

Thierry Lepercq On Making An Impact In The Energy Revolution

Possessed with an insight that recognized the true power of solar as a future tenet of energy, Thierry Lepercq founded Solairedirect in 2006. Armed with the knowledge that the cost of photovoltaic technology would decrease over time,...Show More Summary

Questions to Ask When Developing a Successful Renewable Energy Procurement Strategy

Businesses are increasingly integrating renewable energy and distributed energy resources (DER) into their broader energy procurement and management strategy. Here are some helpful questions to ask when crafting an energy procurement strategy.

Canada’s NAFTA Upgrade Calls for Improved Worker Rights in U.S. and Mexico

The Trump administration may have high hopes for "modernizing" NAFTA, but so do Canada and Mexico. For Canada it starts with a lofty list of social improvements, including getting rid of US "right-to-work laws" and bringing Mexico's labor rights in line with its northern neighbors.

Floridians: Now is Exactly the Time to Have That Discussion About Climate Change

The Florida director of Southern Alliance for Clean Energy explains what Florida residents should understand about climate change and hurricanes.

Deloitte’s RightStep Helps Kids Stay on the College Path

Last year, RightStep reached more than 240,000 students across the U.S. by working with several innovative education-related nonprofits. Deloitte professionals volunteer as mentors, provide pro bono consulting, sit on a board, and even contribute funding.

The Well-Deserved Backlash Against the Automated Bodega for the 1 Percent

A Silicon Valley startup thought it would be a great idea to launch automated, smartphone-activated "bodegas," but many in social media, and the real world, were not having it.

The Growing Electric Vehicle Market In The Middle East

Intersolar’s host city, Dubai, is quickly becoming a regional leader for the adoption of EVs, and the special conference session will frame this important issue. Delegates will learn about recent and future market developments in the world's leading electric vehicle markets. Show More Summary

New Orleans golf course transformed into citys biggest urban farm with an Eco-Campus

A former golf course in New Orleans' City Park has been transformed into the city's biggest urban farm—Grow Dat Youth Farm. The seven-acre sustainable farming nonprofit features a low-energy Eco-Campus built with seven recycled shipping containers and designed by Tulane University architecture students. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC