Greenpeace is positive by saying: “The Energy [R]evolution will pay off in savings and jobs”. Besides, it solves the problem of Climate Change.
Here in Spain more than 50% of young people are unemployed, a similar situation begins to show in other European areas. What we need is jobs – and green energy.
Green up is the new Grow up. Let us see how to do so.
The United Nations Environmental Program is promoting its new
GreenUp campaign which should help us to paint our lives green on a small, medium and large scale. Continue reading
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Have a look around. How many things besides your computer are sucking energy out of the supply right now? By living without them you realize how many of them you actually have.
Today’s challenge is about exactly that: turning off anything which uses energy – including your computer, your lights and your cell phone. Ready?
Many of you might know No Impact Man from his book or the documentary. Starting tomorrow will be your chance to make a step towards your own personal No Impact Lifestyle.
The Yes! magazine is organizing the
No Impact Week starting Sunday September 18. It means Continue reading
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Green economy, green jobs… it is all over the news lately. Are we finally at the turning point for a more sustainable economic system?
Let us start off with what green economy actually is. The
UNEP explains it as following: “Practically speaking, a green economy is one whose growth in income and employment is driven by Continue reading
Now you can finally produce your own energy: all you have to do is start working out. It is even good for your body.
Portland has the World’s First
Electricity Generating Gyms. They say that one person working out generates about 50 Watt worth of clean energy.
“People work out because it makes them feel good. Continue reading