Finding Your Way In A Changing World

Written by admin on August 6th, 2013

Doing your part to reduce emissions and curtail the impact that modern society is having on the environment and natural world is not a concern to be taken lightly. The potential consequences stemming from global warming and climate change are very serious and have the potential to define the future that coming generations will have to look forward to. By practicing better energy conservation and making use of clean-energy alternatives and solutions, it may be possible for you to make Click to continue »


What Happens When The Northern Ice Melts Away

Written by admin on May 31st, 2013

Arctic ice is disappearing at an unprecedented rate. Last year’s melt set new records, and this year promises to repeat the pattern. Although the North Pole is not uppermost in most people’s minds, the loss of sea ice will have huge negative effects on the planet.

Since the Arctic ice is mainly floating on the ocean, it won’t cause significant flooding by itself. However, more exposed ocean helps to heat the air in Click to continue »


The Recycling Of America And How It Effects Businesses

Written by admin on March 24th, 2013

One thing everyone has become concerned with in recent years is preserving the environment. Businesses too can do their own part to help. Below is a short list of ways that recycling can help your business.

It Cuts Down on Costs

Creating products from raw materials takes a lot of effort. To produce paper, for example, you must pay loggers to harvest trees. These workers do not come cheap. Alternatively, recycling paper garbage to create new paper is far more cost Click to continue »


Businesses And Produce Landscaping For Employee Food Support

Written by admin on June 27th, 2012

Businesses And Produce Landscaping For Employee Food Support

Two important features in today’s economy and job market that bear repeating are economic grown and environmental sustainability. These elements should go hand in hand and are focus points on the developments of the economy, and sustainability of the planet. Produce landscaping is exceptional when it is eco-friendly and utilizes local and organic farming. Produce landscaping is a commitment to quality as well as sustainability. There are also high quality and customer approved landscape products that are available on the market today. The Click to continue »


Greening A Business With A Rooftop Green House

Written by admin on November 23rd, 2011

A rooftop green house is an exceptional idea for those who are keen to add value to their property. Although setting up one might sound like a rather daunting task, there is nothing more rewarding than knowing there is a profitable garden a top ones business.

To begin with, the rooftop green house need not be an expensive installation, but can be as simple as they come provided that it will proffer the right conditions for the different items to be grown within it.

As expected, there are several advantages that come with this sort Click to continue »


One Plant At A Time For Fresher Air

Written by admin on November 19th, 2011

With the many destructions to our environment, the pollution is getting worse and worse. There have been laws that limits the use of cars in foreign countries to help the environment. These same areas are the areas that do not have enough green plants to help cleanse our air. It is said to have one tree for every block to outweigh the pollution in the world, but with the growing pollution, one tree is just not enough.

With that said, it is important that we all give a hand to the environment and plant one Click to continue »


Changing The Energy Light Source Through Solar Tubes

Written by admin on November 15th, 2011

Advancements in daylighting design offset energy costs. Solar light tubes offer maximum heat insulation properties and flexible installation for inner rooms, as well as privacy from visual contact with the outdoor environment.

Solar light tube replacement of traditional wattage bulbs increases the amount of natural daily light exposure significantly. Benefits include enhanced inception of daylighting for well-being and avoidance of over-illumination effects.

In comparison to artificial lighting, solar light tubes are great environmental impact reduction inputs that provide better natural light while saving energy and expense. In regions with longer Click to continue »


Simple Ways to Cut Your Emissions

Written by on October 12th, 2011

Everyone knows from the news on DIRECT TV or basic cable that greenhouse gasses aren’t a good thing. If you’re looking for simple ways to cut down on your emissions think about instituting the following policies in your home:
Cut Your Energy: Your carbon footprint is a great indicator of how many greenhouse gasses you’re outputting and the less of these you make, the better. Simple things like composting and carpooling make a huge Click to continue »


Are You Ready For Climate Change In The Modern World

Written by admin on July 19th, 2011

On June 30 through July 1st the planets top scientists and economists alike gathered in Washington D.C. to discuss the controversial topic of climate change. Put together by the Heartland Institute this was the 6th International Conference on Climate Change. The Heartland Institute was founded in 1984 and whose mission is to “discover, develop, and promote free-market solutions to social and economic problems.” During this meeting Joseph Romm left-wing center for American Progress blogger, Micheal Mann, Patrick Micheals, Anthony Watts among many others turned in to speak and listen to different ideas and research they’ve Click to continue »


The New Plants For Produce In The Future

Written by admin on July 15th, 2011

In recent years, the industrial-scale monoculture of produce has attracted a significant amount of criticism, mainly due to the process’s destruction of soil quality and an overreliance on chemical fertilizers. Two crops, namely amaranth and cassava, have the potential to relieve some of these challenges faced by both farmers and the land that they cultivate.
Amaranth, a leafy herb, is of particular interest due to its unique composition. Unlike wheat or corn, it produces both a copious amount of seeds that can be used Click to continue »