INNOVATION

Array Technologies, Supplier of Solar Trackers, Looks to Launch IPO

Array Technologies, a solar tracker company based in New Mexico, filed paperwork on Tuesday indicating plans to take the company public with an initial offering of $100 million.Read More →

Kia Wants to Replace Public Transportation With Micro-EV’s

Kia Motors is considering the future of public transportation by pushing for micro electric vehicles thatRead More →

Relectrify is Uses Old Car Batteries to Provide Grid Storage

Relectrify, an Australian based company, has developed a way to recycle used electric car batteries toRead More →

END-USERS

For Eco Warriors: SLO active’s The Climate Crisis Guide

SLO active’s Climate Crisis Guide neatly summarizes the current climate crisis and offers a sustainable future. Read More →

Sustainability in Coffee is Necessary Throughout the Production Process

Coffee is an incredibly widespread drink, and before the magical brown liquid touches your lips, theRead More →

New Report Details Jobs & Skills Programs Needed for Circular Economy

A new report from Circle Economy details jobs & skills that will be necessary in theRead More →

EVENTS

RENEW Wisconsin’s Ninth Annual Renewable Energy Summit Jan. 16 in Wisconsin

Non-profit RENEW Wisconsin hosts their ninth Annual Renewable Energy Summit January 16 in Madison, Wisconsin (WI),Read More →

2019 Natural History Museum of London’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The results are in! The Natural History Museum of London’s 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Read More →

Celebrate Women’s Contributions to Green Building December 4th 2019

This Wednesday, December 4th, marks the annual \Women In Green Building Leadership Luncheon. The theme forRead More →

ENERGY

Kia Wants to Replace Public Transportation With Micro-EV’s

Kia Motors is considering the future of public transportation by pushing for micro electric vehicles that can helpRead More →

WASTE

Footprint is On a Mission to End Plastic Waste

The company Footprint is on a mission to end single-use plastics. Packaging in grocery stores and restaurants accountsRead More →

WATER

WINT Water Intelligence can Help Hotels and Restaurants Save Water

The company WINT incorporates artificial intelligence technology that detects leaks and water waste. The system continuously learns andRead More →

GWA CORNER

Top Asset Manager BlackRock CEO

CEO Laurence ‘Larry’ Fink of BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset management company, wrote to CEOs on January 14, stating that the socioeconomic effects of physical climate risk cRead More →

TRANSPORTATION

Kia Wants to Replace Public Transportation With Micro-EV’s

Kia Motors is considering the future of public transportation by pushing forRead More →

New Research Finds Hydrogen on Demand One Step Closer

Scientists have developed a way to produce Hydrogen power on demand. Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing and Tsinghua University, found a way to create a higher conversion efficiency that starts rapidly and runs quietly with the only byproduct being water.Read More →

First All-Electric Commercial Airplane Just Took its First Flight in Canada

The first fully electric flight took off near Vancouver, Canada on DecemberRead More →

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Climate Change

For Eco Warriors: SLO active’s The Climate Crisis Guide

SLO active’s Climate Crisis Guide neatly summarizes the current climate crisis and offers a sustainable future. Read More →

Array Technologies, Supplier of Solar Trackers, Looks to Launch IPO

Array Technologies, a solar tracker company based in New Mexico, filed paperwork on Tuesday indicating plans to take the company public with an initial offering of $100 million.Read More →

Electric Car Insurance Tesla

Everything you need to know about insuring an electric vehicle

Robert Anderson invented the first electric car in 1832, but only in recent decades have electric cars become major contenders in the automobile industry. In the past, electric cars could only travel short distances on a single charge – 100 miles or less – and most consumers couldn’t afford the lofty sticker prices. But today, many electric vehicles cost less than $40,000 and some have a range of more than 370 miles on a single charge. Setting up a home charging station costs just $200-$1,000, and you can juice up on the road at pay charging stations from coast to coast.Read More →

Sustainability in Coffee is Necessary Throughout the Production Process

Coffee is an incredibly widespread drink, and before the magical brown liquid touches your lips, the different parts that go into it have made a long journey all across the world. Since there are so many different stages in coffee production, you may be concerned about the environmental footprint ofRead More →

Kia Wants to Replace Public Transportation With Micro-EV’s

Kia Motors is considering the future of public transportation by pushing for micro electric vehicles that can help people move around cities. The cars have a short range of 71km and a top speed of 45km/h. The company plans to begin in Europe and move to other parts of theRead More →

New Report Details Jobs & Skills Programs Needed for Circular Economy

A new report from Circle Economy details jobs & skills that will be necessary in the future as the world transitions into a circular model. In the coming years the world will need job training programs that can help displaced workers find work in emerging industries and retrain Americans whoRead More →

The Need to Grow Takes a Deep Dive Into Soil Degradation

A new documentary follows the lives of 3 different people who are working to push forward environmental ideas and technology. Earth Conscious Films and Rosario Dawson take a deep dive into the struggles that environmentalists are facing each day from large corporations who profit from the degradation of the world’sRead More →

Spaceship Earth relives the 1990’s Biosphere 2 Experiments

A new documentary called Spaceship Earth relives the famous Biosphere 2 experiment which began in the early 1990’s. The experiment consisted of a quarantined crew of 8 scientists who lived inside of an isolated facility called biosphere 2 to understand how humans might be able to live in space. TheRead More →

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