London’s Red Phone Booths Go Green, Charge CellPhones

The big red telephone booths across the London, which were serving millions just a decade ago, are now a typical photo background.  A couple of...

Wind Power Cost vs Fossil Fuels: Who Just Won?

For a very long time people have been stuck using fuels that have some serious drawbacks. Coal is dreadful; mining it is dangerous, burning it...
Ben and Jerry's

Ice Cream Flavor Encourages Climate Change Activism, Deliciously

Mmmm. Climatelicious. That should be the name of Ben & Jerry's newest ice cream flavor - brought out to encourage consumers into climate change...

An Imaginary Movie Titled: “Going Green”

ACT I - Lets talk about the color Green. Green lighting a project in Hollywood... used to mean a producer got the okay to...
Renault ZOE when it was Just a Concept

Renault ZOE’s Launch in EU Aligns to Nissan’s New Direct Sales Strategy

We first saw the Renault ZOE concept back in 2009 at the Frankfurt Auto Show, and it was named the 2012 Paris Motor Show's...
Electric Vehicles Easy to Adopt for Millions

Millions of Households are Compatible with Electric Vehicles, Survey Reveals (Infographic)

Currently, less than 1% of drivers in the United States drive electric vehicles, but a recent UCS study reveals that at least 42% of...

The use of molten salts could end pollution in the tanning industry

Leather can be found in most of the items that we buy and use on a daily basis. From handbags to clothes and automobiles,...

140 Nations Agree on Reducing Mercury Pollution

One hundred and forty nations made a pact to reduce emissions of mercury from mining, utility plants and other industrial processes. New stricter regulations...

Tiny Battery Made from Recycled Cardboard Charges Your Phone On-The-Go

Quick emergency phone charging can now be much easier, cheaper and eco friendly with the new concept of recycled cardboard batteries. Easy to transport...

UK Homeowners Could Rent Their Roofs for Free Solar Power Through Government Plan

The British government has established a scheme with a lifespan of 20 years, costing a total of £8 billion, that allows homeowners to reduce their utility bills by letting a solar power company install their panels on the rooftops... for 25 years.