In a world where the need for sustainable energy solutions is more pressing than ever, innovation plays a pivotal role in driving change. Recently, a breakthrough in renewable energy technology has captured attention as Waste to Energy Systems, LLC has
As wildfires blaze hotter and hurricanes grow stronger, climate change is quickly becoming a top priority for voters. More so than any election in history, climate action was on the ballot on November 3.
Since the 1970's, humans have treated wastewater to protect human and ecological health from waterborne diseases. There are approximately 14,000 waste water treatment plants in the US alone and they generate over 13.8 million tons (dry weight) of sludge annually.
Renewable energy could be coming from underground turbines in city water lines. Renewable Energy is coming from unexpected sources like city water lines. A recent article from The Daily Good featured this new technology. An energy company in Portland recently developed
Renewable Energy and the Caribbean Islands are a match made in heaven! Renewable Energy is about to experience a boom in the Caribbean islands and Central America. After several forums held in the Bahamas, a positive outcome was finally reached. $10
Affordable renewable energy may be easier than previously thought. Affordable renewable energy? Sounds like a contradictory statement, right? However, renewable energy is slowly overcoming its reputation of being complicated and expensive. As alternative energy systems like solar panels, wind turbines and
Blogger's Note: The question is starting to arise that with all the technological advances in renewable and alternative energy systems why is the US not on the same level as some of these European countries that are running a high
Blogger's Note: What better way to use alternative energy technology than to brighten the future of a child. That is exactly what a collaboration of organizations is doing. They developed the Digi-Truck. Not only is it recycling old shipping containers but
Blogger's Note: Scientists are quickly discovering that with all the technological advances in the world are leaving people in a deficit of nature exposure. Recent studies have shown that dirt contains microbes that act as an antidepressant. A recent article from