Do you dream of living in an eco-friendly town that puts people and the environment first?
I certainly do.
Fortunately, there is just such a town being built.
Named North West Bicester, this exciting eco-town development is situated in the heart of Southern England, just 15 miles from the world-famous Oxford City.
Let’s take a factual tour of North West Bicester, aided by several ‘artist impressions’ of the finished town.
Smartphones offer so many benefits, that it’s no wonder most of us are in love with our phones. However, as I’m sure you’re aware, smartphones are also notoriously fragile.
A slip of the hand… the phone falls to the floor… you can guess the rest!
Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn how to repair your damaged phone? This would allow you to keep your phone for longer, save you money and also help reduce environmental waste.
Fortunately, thanks to the great work of German tech company iDoc, you can now learn how to repair most of the popular smartphones on the market.
As you may know, college and university campuses are often sprawling, gigantic places.
For example, Berry College in Rome, Georgia, comprises of over 26,000 acres. This includes meadows, woodlands, streams and 47 main buildings.
While most campuses aren’t the size of Berry College, they’re still typically on a BIG scale.
Now, picture yourself as a student at a college or university. Your residence halls may be a long way from the classroom facilities. You may also have heavy books and laptops to carry with you to and from your classes. In these circumstances, walking or cycling is likely to be inconvenient (especially in bad weather).
Fortunately, there is now a cheap, clean and safe way for travelling within campuses.
Let’s jump on board and take a look…
In our first-ever interview, we’ve been fortunate enough to connect with the passionate Malia Schilling.
She has a vitally important story to tell about San Francisco Bay…
Cycling has always been a green way of exercising and commuting. However, now you can go even greener, by riding a bike made with an eco-friendly bamboo frame.
The bike is designed and engineered by the Romania-based Craft Bicycle Company, whose mission statement is:
“Change every aspect of riding a bike using only high-quality products and sustainable materials.”
Can renewable energy really compete with coal, gas and oil?
Yes, it can. And it already is.
As proof, take a look at the impressive renewable energy projects listed below. They are built on a BIG scale – to help power whole towns, cities and counties.
These projects are part of an ongoing energy revolution that is seeing the rapid replacement of fossil fuels by clean, sustainable alternatives.
Sure you can.
It may not be immediately noticeable – but embedded within the ornamental wooden case is a powerful personal computer.
This uniquely designed PC package (named ATMO) offers aesthetic, environmental and sensory benefits.
Let’s take a look at this fascinating piece of equipment.
Countries with little or no oil reserves are often drawn to alternative fuels or biofuels. These non-conventional fuels offer protection against fuel security issues that can occur in our frequently hostile world.
Additionally, biofuels produce less greenhouse gases than fossil fuels when burned.
You may be familiar with some common biofuels: Ethanol, Green Diesel, Jatropha and Soybean.
Meet ZAR: The world’s lightest and smartest electric scooter that fits in a backpack.
This innovative, environmentally-friendly scooter has surpassed its $50,000 target on crowdfunding site Kickstarter in just four days.
What’s the buzz all about?
The company says it well: “Flat is the new round.”
The memobottle A6 is a reusable water bottle that, due to its unique design, allows it to fit comfortably into your computer case, handbag or pocket.
It’s made from food safe recycled plastic, which is both strong and leak proof.