December 11, 2019

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Dirty For Swain

Christopher Swain is a lunatic. He swam over 1000 miles through waters filled with toxic pollutants, heavy metals and trash in the name...

Forster Tops UK’s 60 Best Green Companies Ranking

This year, the Green List has been expanded from 50 to 60 organizations. It also requires companies to meet a higher overall green...

Biochar Fund Project Gets Big Financial Boost from Congo Basin Forest Fund

Biochar Fund has announced that it and its Congolese partner ADAPEL has been selected as one of the six projects to receive funding...

Google Partners with Eight Utilities in Smart Meter Projects to Track Energy Use Online

Eight utilities in the U.S., Canada and India are teaming up with Google in smart meter projects that will enable customers to monitor...

Emmanuel Boyz Center/Kenya

18 rabbits digital media produced this documentary about The Emmanuel Boyz Center in Nairobi, Kenya. This project rehabilitates street boys who are addicted...

Which Is Better—Biofuels or Bioelectricity?

In the quest for alternative fuels, biofuels and bioelectricity are two of the leading solutions—but one is better for your car and the...

Ecopads with Marcus Brigstocke

Comedian, writer and actor Marcus Brigstocke reveals some of the eco-renovations he has made to his London home

Historic Waxman-Markey Climate Change Bill Passes Energy & Commerce Committee: Praise and Criticism Starts Flowing

The American Clean Energy & Security Act was passed with a vote of 33-25 with votes last night

Want To Make An Impact?

By Brian Thurston Ever thought of starting your own business? I’m sure many of you have, but did you consider, in your business...

Airplanes with 'Waggling' Wings Could be 20% More Efficient

By waggling a wing, airplanes could be up to 20 percent more fuel efficient, saving huge costs and significantly reducing the greenhouse gas...




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