Researchers at the RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia have developed a breakthrough carbon capture technology to turn carbon dioxide back into solid carbon using liquid metals. This new technology offers a safe and fairly inexpensive way to remove harmful CO₂ emissions from the atmosphere.
Energy harvesting trees are probably the greatest thing in solar history. Imagine a forest of trees generating electricity for entire blocks and cities. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, but they would also blend in seamlessly anywhere.
By 2050, we will need to house 2 billion more people. Building the way we do now will emit so much CO2 that it will blow our carbon budget in materials alone. This calls for new building materials to enter the market immediately. Thankfully, some radical new options are already on their way.
Our air is getting increasingly harder to breathe because of air pollution. You're probably already aware that air pollution comes from chemicals or particles in the atmosphere which can be harmful to the health of all life forms on earth. What you may not know is all of the different ways we pollute the air.
Water pollution is any contamination of water by chemicals or other substances which are harmful to human, plant, or animal wellbeing. Almost 2 billion people worldwide consume polluted water that is detrimental to their health.
SBSP isn’t too different from collecting solar energy on Earth in that they both make use of solar panels. Only this time the solar panels are designed to orbit the Earth as a satellite and beam energy down via microwaves or lasers.
Most tiny homes get their utilities how RV’s and standard homes do through utility and power companies. But often, people want to place their homes wherever these services aren't provided.
Living tiny is more about the attitude of living sustainably than the actual house itself.
Tiny homes are a way for many people across the world to lessen their carbon footprint and give hope to the planet we live on. Although their impact is drastically reduced, the production of many materials used to build tiny houses, and buildings in general, still bring harm to the environment
Solar Power is by far the most popular and most efficient renewable energy source out. Technological advances are constantly being made in hopes to save the Earth from the ever foreboding threat of global warming. Here is a list and description of the latest in solar powered technology.