A copywriter in San Francisco, Eckhart has covered the spectrum of marketing collateral, as well as environmental impact reports documenting his own original research into riparian habitat restoration. He's reviewed environmentally progressive cars, such as the Tesla Roadster and the EV1 back in its heyday of 1999. Involved in the greening of the Chamber of Commerce, he has been busy spearheading a new initiative. Associated with the Urban Alliance for Sustainability and BayLocalize, he enjoys exploring the eco-advantages of permaculture in his community garden. Last year he began researching waste reduction technologies and unearthing the hidden truth behind omnipresent toxic state of our environment. For TreeHugger, he interviewed the founder of the nation's largest electronics recycler, John Shegarian. He's equally passionate about promoting traditional alternatives to healthcare with time-proven modalities such as ayurveda. Currently associated with Zrii's engaging partnerships with healthcare organizations intent upon promoting wellness internationally in the face of the rising levels of toxicity in the environment. Currently he's writing about the first ecologically sustainable brokerage, Green Key Real Estate.

Waste to Energy Firms: A Greener Waste Solution?

With landfills across the nation bursting at the seams, there are signs of renewed interest in burning solid wastes. Using advanced gasfication methods, companies can now produce energy from a host of materials with virtually no emissions.And while this is certainly better than just dumping trash in a landfill, is it really better than simply … Continued