Author: Angelique Van Engelen
Tree free paper. Who would have thought it is so easy to create it? A Chicago company is selling paper made from limestone/calcium with a bit of high density polyethylene. No water is used for its production.
Roofray’s solar panel calculator uses Google Earth to show you what solar panels would do for your house. The calculator also is perfect to see what energy savings you could achieve.
The first gym in the US that’s human powered converts energy from its pedal bikes into electricity that powers its treadmills. So perhaps humans can really become carbon negative after all.
Top Five green marketing events. If you¬¥re a seasoned green marketing professional and would like to meet up with other pros, check out this top five of green marketing events around the globe.
Review of a Greenbiz article about the Democrat and Republican Conventions – the greenest ever. What are the consequences of holding such conventions on a day to day level?
Non food biofuel crops are massively dangerous in many cases says the United Nations in a special paper. Many of the crops are classified as ‘invasive species’ which threaten to overrun other farms…
A Texas company says it has developed the technology to create biofuel that is ‘the holy grail’ of all biofuel. Costs per gallon are between $1.70-$2.00.
Pacific Organizations Urge Australia And New Zealand To Attune Immigration Policies To Global Warming Related Causes
Over 100 immigration organizations have urged Australia and New Zealand to relax immigration policies so people from Pacific islands endangered by global warming have better chances to escape their fate.
Manitoba Hydro targets 250 of its industrial and agricultural customers to start using biomass as fuel to run their power/heating systems. Customers are urged to undertake feasibility studies into how to use biomass including waste wood, crop residues and livestock manure.
The elderly are the most vulnerable to the effects of global warming. UK researchers investigated what action governments must take to better protect them.