Raising Global Concerns on Turning Waste to Energy
Every person’s role in waste management is very important. Although not seen at once, if everyone contributes, essentially the effect is not only seen in the community level and waste will no longer be a misplaced wealth.What Are The Advantages of Geothermal Energy?
Here you will find a detailed list of the advantages of geothermal energy. Could it be the future solution to our energy needs?We Must Conserve Energy – Why Is There Some Sort of Shortage in the Universe?
When you are in business you realize that you can only cut so much on the expense side of the P and L Statement (profit and loss statement) and at some point if you want to remain profitable, you have to start increasing revenue. Well, sometimes I feel as if our energy policy in the US negates this reality and we just hear too much about how we are all “bad” for using energy – we aren’t. Okay so let’s talk shall we?The Pros and Cons of Nuclear Power
As the world’s supply of fossil fuels continues to be exhausted there will be a growing need to find viable alternative energy sources. While natural power should be our long term goal, the truth is that as of right now it is not a power source that can meet all of our needs. Natural power sources such as wind and solar may one day provide us with all of the power that we need, but for now a more realistic solution needs to be looked into.What Are the New Advances in Renewable Energy?
Many people see renewable energy as the future of energy, but it still has a long way to go. There are solar panels, electric cars, and even hydrogen motors being used by people all over the world.Wind Power Energy – How Wind Turbines Work
Many people in the world do not understand how wind energy works and assume that it all begins with the wind but this is never the case. The process begins from the sun. When the heat from the sun mixes with air, the air heats up and becomes lighter than the air that has not been heated. This makes the hotter air rise while the cooler air occupies the space, which the hot air once occupiedThe Australian Carbon Market and the Carbon Tax
The introduction of the carbon tax on July 1st 2012 is a healthy move for Australia. The government have introduced a ‘clean air scheme’ and is forcing the big emitters to buy carbon credits; representative to one metric tonne of greenhouse gas emissions. This means that organisations are offsetting their own carbon emissions by funding a project that will either absorb or reduce carbon emissions elsewhere.Online Electrical Training: Your Guide to ISO 50001
No matter where you’re enrolled on electrical training: Bristol, Bangor, Bangkok – you’ll need to know about ISO 50001. The new international standard for energy management systems is crucial for building a greener tomorrow, so sign up for some electrical training online today!Clean Energy Is Not for the Weak Spirited
Are we on the brink of a clean energy revolution? Maybe. But getting to that next step will take work. Green has to make economic sense. But get it there and innovators will take over.Thrive: The Movie, What On Earth Does It Offer?
Over a million people have seen the film, Thrive: What on Earth Will It Take, since it launched on 11-11-11. It is becoming a global movement. Yet some organizations and individuals remain critical of the film. Several New Thought churches feel that the film should not be shown to their congregations because it contains “too much negativity.” I have shown the film three times to more than 300 people followed by group discussion. Here is my personal review: It would be difficult to find a more positive story or better news.