Local volunteers hard at work on building a self-sustaining greenhouse out of donated and up-cycled materials. There’s a building northwest of Edmonton which, as it stands, might not look like much, but it’s the groundwork for some lofty green goals.
The world’s next energy revolution is probably no more than five or ten years away. Cutting-edge research into cheap and clean forms of electricity storage is moving so fast that we may never again need to build 20th Century power
Pacific Ethanol and Renewable Energy Group ran up last month for very different reasons, but both remain undervalued by the market. Shares of the nation’s fourth largest ethanol producer, Pacific Ethanol(NASDAQ:PEIX), and the largest U.S. biodiesel producer, Renewable Energy Group(NASDAQ:REGI), turned in
Calculate your water and carbon footprint, see how you compare to others and accept challenges to make a personal contribution toward a more sustainable future.
The solar industry just can’t seem to learn from its mistakes. Believe it or not, and as I shall soon expand upon, the major solar players are repeating not only the errors of a year ago, but of 5 years ago. Developers are bidding extremely low, unsustainable prices for energy contracts — which led to the bankruptcy of SunEdison and Abengoa — and solar panel manufacturers are expanding faster than industry demand, driving a rush of bankruptcies in 2012.
Low-cost homes are an idea that has come into focus more in this decade than ever in modern history. Finally, people are starting to realize that there is no earthly reason why a house should have to cost hundreds of
When the Environmental Protection Agency created new health limits for two hazardous chemicals, five Southern California water agencies instantly had water quality problems on their hands. The cities of Pico Rivera, Anaheim, Orange and Corona and the Eastern Municipal Water
We have to learn to be self sufficient, only then can we stand on our own! And people whoâ€™ve been in the thick of it know all too well how life can get, the pressures and pulls and temptations and
CEDAR CITY â€“ Worm poop. Thatâ€™s the secret to what Tim Ferguson and Kelton Wood, owners of Natureâ€™s Way Recycling in Cedar City, hope will be their success. Not necessarily just for their own sake but, more importantly they said,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.Â – Florida voters will be asked Aug. 30 to extend to commercial and industrial properties a renewable-energy tax break that residential property owners already enjoy. Crafted by the Legislature, the Amendment 4 proposal on the primary-election ballot is seen