Carbon Emissions

Pavegen Steps Ahead

We all know that walking is one of the most, if not the most, environmentally friendly means of transportation.  What if you could help power the world around you just by walking?  If you are picturing yourself like a hamster on a wheel you’ve got the wrong idea.

The US Chamber Doesn’t Speak for these Businesses

Close to 1,400 business owners (and counting) declare the US Chamber of Commerce doesn't represent their interests.

Beer Brewing Bonus: Biofuel

If you’ve been searching for an environmentally friendly excuse to head to the pub for a pint, a group of scientists from Cornell University may be able to help.  The scientists looked at over 400,000 gene sequences from brewery wastewater.  Uncovered, were the genes of the microbes best suited to converting the wastewater into biofuel.

Natural Gas Deserves Support According to DOE Announcement

There are plenty of corporations, automobile manufacturers, and private parties in the world that continue to develop new and exciting green transportation technology every day. However, it is nice to see every once in a while when the government decides to step in to try and develop some of these technologies hand in hand with the automobile manufacturers to show their support for the technology.

Girl Scouts Save the World (and Indonesia’s Forests)

Two inspired Girl Scouts have set out to change the world and their organization one box of cookies at a time.


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