It’s never been more important to keep on top of your carbon footprint and develop an environmentally conscious attitude. Recent research shows that climate change is rapid, widespread, and intensifying across the globe. While governments and companies need to do more to protect our planet, we as individuals also need to alter our habits to help reduce the human impact on our living environment.… [Read more]
The average family spends about $2000 on energy every year. Nearly a third of this cost is associated with heating the house. This presents an opportunity to save money by first carrying out a home energy audit.
It seems that most audits will identify energy savings of at least 10 percent. That equates to just over one month’s energy consumption for free!… [Read more]
Studies show that in the last decade, solar use has increased at an average annual growth rate of 49% and continues to rise. Under President Biden’s new administration that has already had press conferences in which climate change has been a central point, more discussion on non-coal forms of energy can be expected.
How can citizens get involved in halting damage to the environment and slowing climate change?… [Read more]
When you’re running a business in the 2020s, you’ll be all too aware of the gathering forces in the market that might affect how you’re able to trade in the future. The political climate around the world is affecting the business climate: environmental activism in the streets has translated into climate-impacting changes in business practices. One of the primary ways that your business will change in the next ten years is with regards to its green credentials: put simply, you need to go green or face the consequences.… [Read more]
The new year has brought about new beginnings. However, with a few natural disasters piling up one after another, it’s high time people should take climate change seriously. People don’t really give back what the environment offers them every day. And this is a bit alarming. It all starts with education. And what better way to instill environmental protection than to start with our kids at home. … [Read more]
Climate change is one of the most trending and discussed topics all across the globe. With efforts being made to protect and preserve what is left undamaged, many campaigns and solutions are being presented by all the industries, especially from the IT sector. There is an excellent possibility of utilizing artificial intelligence by understanding the current climate situation and creating products that help in contributing to a healthier world. … [Read more]
In early September of this year, Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas and killed dozens of people and leaving even more injured. It was the strongest to ever hit the Carribean country, classified at level 5. The storm was one in a trend of increasingly dangerous tropical storms to happen recently and defied expectations regarding its strength and trajectory.… [Read more]
In 1992, 1,700 independent scientists signed a warning to the world. The “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity” warned that human activities are inflicting “harsh and often irreversible damage on the environment and on critical resources… No more than one or a few decades remain before the chance to avert the threats we now confront will be lost and the prospects for humanity immeasurably diminished.”… [Read more]
2017 has already delivered two hurricanes that made national news, and with weather patterns only expected to become more extreme, there’s a chance we’ll face more of the same before storm season ends.
Powerful winds and flood tides can leave local infrastructure in a sad state, and with the crumbling state of much of our country’s infrastructure as is, this is severely impactful.… [Read more]
When you stop empathizing with humans in politics, it can lead to some very dangerous politics. People are a valuable addition to society, and they can contribute great things, especially when performing at their peak: fed, healthy, and housed.
There is an empathy gap in politics have a serious human and economic costs; how can you address it?… [Read more]