Moss can power a radio, and could eventually charge your phone A team of scientists over in Europe have decided to take the idea of “green” power very, very literally: They have developed a system to harness the energy generated by moss. http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2014/02/unique-bioreactor-finds-algaes-sweet-spot A unique bioreactor at the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) […]
http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2014/02/15/tea-industry-brews-steep-green-goals-2030 Rising consumption of tea and water along with a changing climate causes tea growers/companies to set goals for lower water consumption and address other related issues.
Our Earth POSTED ON NOVEMBER 13, 2013 BY FANGELSI 15 The universe we live in is huge, insanely so, with the only the observable part of it as large as 46 billion light years in radius. In there lie galaxies, stars, planets, and all kinds of intergalactic matters and energy. But there is only one place, […]
July 29, 2013, a sperm whale was stranded on Tershelling, a northern island in the Netherlands. A rescue attempt was attempted, but unfortunately the whale died. A young adult at 13.5 meters was taken for a necropsy at the port of Harlington. The sperm whale had plastic in its stomach, an increasing common phenomenon say […]
The billionaire industrialist William I. Koch has donated about $5 million fighting Cape Wind, a vast wind farm proposed for Nantucket Sound. Koch Brother Wages 12-Year Fight Over Wind Farm
California, New York and six other states said Thursday they would work jointly to adopt a range of measures to make it easier to own an electric car. Coalition of States Seeks to Spur Use of Electric Cars
Researchers discover a common insecticide shuts down a key immune protein in bees. An insecticide-infection connection in bee colony collapses