Article - 24 Jan 2013
Energy that can be obtained from natural resources such as wave, tidal, rain water, wind, geothermal heat and solar is defined as renewable energy.
Article - 4 Jan 2013
Fossil fuels such as coal and oil are depleting at an alarming rate, causing many countries to look for alternative resources.
Article - 29 Dec 2012
Biofuel is derived from biological materials like solid biomass, liquid fuels, and biogases. Biofuels are of two types, namely, biodiesel and bioethanol.
Article - 13 Sep 2012
In this interview, John Gardner, chief sustainability officer for Novelis, talks to AZoCleanTech about the increase in aluminium recycling and how recycled aluminium can be used in the beverage and...
Article - 29 May 2012
People were initially slow to embrace the concept of the electric car, although recent years have seen it rise in popularity as the benefits become more apparent, especially as the worldwide use of...
News - 12 Dec 2007
Climate advocate Al Gore accepted the Nobel Peace Prize this December 10th. New Norwegian research suggests, however, that there is no connection between environmental crises and armed conflict....
Article - 31 Jul 2008
To do your part in the fight against global warming, there are two actions you can take, now, reducing and offsetting carbon emissions.
Article - 10 Jul 2008
Non-combustion or heat transfer systems include heat pumps and geoexchange systems. Heat pumps operate by capturing heat from outdoor air and transferring it inside of a home or business. geoexchange...
Article - 8 Jul 2008
Geothermal and GeoExchange heating and cooling use the relatively constant temperature of the earth to heat and cool homes and businesses with 40% to 70% less energy than conventional systems
News - 4 Nov 2007
Tom Kelly, director of the Office of Sustainability at the University of New Hampshire, is available to discuss Bill Clinton’s new initiative with Wal-Mart to make sustainability efforts more...