Are you tired of high energy bills and a clutter of expensive electronics that drain your bank account and harm the environment?
Then look no further!
We’ve rounded up seven of the best green gadgets that will help you save money while reducing your carbon footprint.
These devices are not only affordable but also eco-friendly — making them the perfect solution if you want to save money and help the planet.
Have you been thinking about going green and saving money at the same time?
Making eco-friendly home upgrades is a great way to achieve both these goals. Not only do home upgrades help reduce your carbon footprint, but they also help cut down on energy and water usage, and ultimately reduce your utility bills.
So read on as we take a look at 10 easy eco-friendly home upgrades you can do today. These upgrades are affordable, easy to install, and will save you money in the long run.
As an eco-tech enthusiast, I’m always on the lookout for ways to reduce my environmental footprint. One area that I’ve been thinking about lately is my reading habits.
You see, I’m a bit of a bookworm and I love the convenience of reading books on my Kindle. But for many years I’ve been wondering – is reading on an e-reader (such as a Kindle or Kobo) more eco-friendly than reading physical books?
To find out, I did some research and I’m now ready to share my discoveries with you…
I’m excited to finally sit down with Alan Asbury, who is one of the UK’s leading energy savings experts.
Alan has been interested in environmental issues since he was a teenager, and attained his master’s degree in ‘Environmental Management, Sustainable Development, Climate Change, Energy, Resources’ from the University of Nottingham in 1999.
Every time a vehicle brakes, energy is dissipated.
A US company believes this energy can be captured and used to power nearby equipment such as stop lights.
Did you know that regular mobile phone chargers use electricity when plugged into a wall even when a mobile phone is not attached?
It’s a bit like paying at a gas station for fuel when your car is not there.
Incredibly, every year the world’s seven billion mobile phone chargers waste about two nuclear power plants worth of electricity through this inherent design weakness.