Category Archives: Energy Policy

Big push on solar in 2015

Who benefits from green solar or wind energy the most? Apart from the obvious that all of us depend on the future of green energy, to answer this question, it’s best to look at the whole picture. Traditional fuels such as gas and oil have made a number of counties a lot of money. Fossil fuels prove to be the most powerful, reliable, and least expensive, especially now when the cost of fuel has gone down exponentially. Continue reading Big push on solar in 2015

Easy ways to make your garden look fresh again

Everyone wants a beautiful looking garden, but you know it’s never going to happen because everyone is too busy to do something about it. Even though it’s nice and hot at the moment people would rather sit around doing nothing instead of rolling up their sleeves and putting in a two hour shift. When was the last time you worked on your garden? Do you plan on doing anything in the future to spruce it up a little? Maybe your garden already looks great so you can completely ignore what I’m saying, but if you’ve left it sitting there for a while it’s probably not going to be in a good state. Luckily it’s easy to get a garden looking great again by carrying out a few simple jobs. We’re going to look at some of the things anyone can do to make their garden look fresh after it’s been sitting untouched. If you do one thing per weekend you’ll be finished in no time. Continue reading Easy ways to make your garden look fresh again

Top five ways corporations go green

Many large corporations are taking leadership roles in establishing and implementing green initiatives. From auto manufacturers to world renown beverage makers, many are actively seeking ways to do their part in this global mission. Most of their commitments are focused on the places where they can make the most difference. While there are a wide array of motivating factors, some of the most common includes reducing the corporation’s operating costs, enhancing employee health, increasing productivity, boosting the business’ reputation amongst the consumer community and limiting the risk of violating environmental regulations. Listed below are the 5 top corporate green initiatives. Continue reading Top five ways corporations go green

How recycling our waste helps conserve energy resources

Each day recycling helps to keep tons of waste out of ever-increasing landfill sites, this also helps to conserve energy resources through a number of different measures. It is possible to save energy and have a positive impact on the world around you without having to make any significant changes to your routine or spending any extra money. Continue reading How recycling our waste helps conserve energy resources

Using renewable energy to power your office

We can learn a lot from some of the big corporations in the world, when it comes to being more eco-friendly. For instance a company such as Google is on a mission to power their entire company using only renewable energy. This is something we should all be striving for, not only to save ourselves a lot of money in the process but to also cut down on the amount of natural resources we use on a daily basis. Continue reading Using renewable energy to power your office

Transporting with efficiency: Freight transportation in the future

In recent years there has been a growing trend for the need of online shopping and trading. This growing need has resulted in a growth of the amount of freight transportation options that are available. More transport options are being used to ensure that orders and deliveries make it to their intended destination on time. As this trend continues to grow, forecasts predict a further increase in the transportation of goods over the coming years. But how is this increase ever possible? Increased traffic on the roads will lead to havoc, and the heightened number of air transport solutions will have a negative effect on the environment and society. Continue reading Transporting with efficiency: Freight transportation in the future