Tue.Aug 03, 2021

10 Tips for How to Afford a Solar Upgrade for Your Home

Green Living Guy

As eco-consumer rates increase, renewable energy device sales rise. In 2020, the solar energy industry achieved its most profitable year. An enhancement of renewable power production supports President Biden’s Build Back Better plan.

Automatic Voter Registration Continues to Kick Ass in Oregon

Sightline Daily

Oregon’s first-in-the-nation automatic voter registration (AVR) system continues to modernize the state’s elections system and lead the way for other states.

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Mercedes?Benz and GROB launch battery cooperation

Green Living Guy

Stuttgart/Mindelheim – Local battery production is a key differentiator for Mercedes-Benz and its electric push.

UN Climate Panel Contends With Models Showing Implausibly Fast Warming

Environmental News Network

Next week, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will unveil its latest scientific assessment, widely considered the most authoritative review of climate research. . UN Climate Panel Contends With Models Showing Implausibly Fast Warming

Self-sufficient Sail House by David Hertz Architects looks like a ship

Inhabitant

It’s a nautical home that boasts plenty of space for entertaining plus a green design

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Stinkweed Could Make a Cleaner Bio-Jet Fuel, Study Finds

Environmental News Network

A common farm weed could make a “greener” jet fuel with fewer production-related environmental impacts than other biofuels, a new study indicates. Stinkweed Could Make a Cleaner Bio-Jet Fuel, Study Finds

Killer whale stranded in Alaska gets rescued

Inhabitant

Last Thursday, boaters and locals helped rescue a stranded orca whale on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska. Boaters found the 20-foot-long mammal stuck in a 4-foot-long rock crevice on the rocky shore. The boaters first alerted the U.S. coastguard before taking any action

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When Should You Replace Your Kitchen Faucet?

Green Living Guy

Your kitchen faucet is one of the most overused and hardworking appliances in your home. It also makes sure your dishes do not go into the dishwasher with a lot of grime. Moreover, it allows you to wash fresh vegetables, fruits, and meat. You’ll notice that it is almost always centrally-placed.

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Architect chosen to design sustainable 2026 Olympic Village

Inhabitant

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, also known as SOM, will design the Olympic Village for the upcoming 2026 games in Milan-Cortina. The new village will be a part of the updated Porta Romana Railway Yard Master Plan

Icy Waters of ‘Snowball Earth’ May Have Spurred Early Organisms to Grow Bigger

Environmental News Network

A new study from CU Boulder finds that hundreds of millions of years ago, small single-celled organisms may have evolved into larger multicellular life forms to better propel themselves through icy waters. Icy Waters of ‘Snowball Earth’ May Have Spurred Early Organisms to Grow Bigger

Minimalist House in Minohshinmachi focuses on nature

Inhabitant

House in Minohshinmachi emphasizes an indoor-outdoor connection and views of nearby Mount Aogai

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The Climatic Environment to Sustain Permafrost in Daisetsu Mountains, Hokkaido in Japan, Is Projected to Decrease Significantly in the Future

Environmental News Network

Permafrost is known to occur in high mountainous areas such as the Daisetsu Mountains in Japan, which are located at the southernmost limit of the permafrost distribution in the world. .

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Invasive lanternflies want to take over the U.S.

Inhabitant

Spotted lanternflies are extremely cool-looking bugs, with polka-dotted wings in shades of red, black and beige that make them resemble paper lanterns. But people should be very worried about this invasive insect, according to entomologist Frank Hale

Russian Arctic Warming Leads to Major Ice Loss

Environmental News Network

Glaciers and ice caps in two archipelagos in the Russian Arctic are losing enough meltwater to fill nearly five million Olympic-size swimming pools each year, research shows. Russian Arctic Warming Leads to Major Ice Loss

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Four Best Eco-Friendly Gifts for Any Occasion

EcoFriend

Some people are really conscious about the environment. While some might say they are overthinking, they are the people who think about the future. Global warming is real and we… The post Four Best Eco-Friendly Gifts for Any Occasion appeared first on Ecofriend.

Sea Levels Influence Eruptions on Volcanic Island

Environmental News Network

The rise and fall of sea levels influence the likelihood of volcanic eruptions on the Greek island of Santorini, new research led by Oxford Brookes University has discovered. Sea Levels Influence Eruptions on Volcanic Island

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Is it Healthier to Drink With a Straw?

EcoFriend

Yes, it is. Straws don’t allow the drinks to get to your teeth. Besides, there are some drinks that discolor your teeth when you take them regularly. The gum will… The post Is it Healthier to Drink With a Straw? appeared first on Ecofriend.

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Thawing Permafrost Releases Greenhouse Gas From Depth

Environmental News Network

Which effects did the heat wave of summer 2020 have in Siberia? . Thawing Permafrost Releases Greenhouse Gas From Depth

Minimalist House in Minohshinmachi focuses on nature

AGreenLiving

The clients for this home in the northernmost part of Minoh City, Osaka Prefecture, wanted the architecture to represent local history and culture while also developing a modern aesthetic in a space that closes the gap between indoors and outdoors.

Architect chosen to design sustainable 2026 Olympic Village

AGreenLiving

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, also known as SOM, will design the Olympic Village for the upcoming 2026 games in Milan-Cortina. The new village will be a part of the updated Porta Romana Railway Yard Master Plan.

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Lawncare Myths

AGreenLiving

Many common lawncare practices create extra work for you and can actually damage your lawn… The post Lawncare Myths appeared first on Earth911. View post: Lawncare Myths.

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Today, measuring company carbon emissions is about doing your best

AGreenLiving

The seemingly elusive goal of perfect data shouldn’t stop a company from making progress on its climate goals. Read more: Today, measuring company carbon emissions is about doing your best. Business Green about-people and-careers its-climate perfect-data progress-on-its seemingly-elusive

Hire education: Reactions to the ‘war for ESG talent’

AGreenLiving

When you write about people’s livelihoods and careers, nearly everyone has an opinion. Or two. See the original post here: Hire education: Reactions to the ‘war for ESG talent’. Business Green about-people and-careers nearly-everyone you-write

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Hire education: Reactions to the ‘war for ESG talent’

AGreenLiving

When you write about people’s livelihoods and careers, nearly everyone has an opinion. Or two. Original post: Hire education: Reactions to the ‘war for ESG talent’. Business Green about-people and-careers nearly-everyone you-write

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Hire education: Reactions to the ‘war for ESG talent’

AGreenLiving

When you write about people’s livelihoods and careers, nearly everyone has an opinion. Or two. See the rest here: Hire education: Reactions to the ‘war for ESG talent’. Business Green about-people and-careers nearly-everyone you-write

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Self-sufficient Sail House by David Hertz Architects looks like a ship

AGreenLiving

It’s a nautical home that boasts plenty of space for entertaining plus a self-sufficient design. The Sail House, designed by renowned sustainability architect David Hertz in Los Angeles, was selected as the 2021 Architizer A+Awards Jury Winner for Residential, Private House (XL > 6,000 square feet). Dubbed the Sail House, it’s actually a main house and several guest houses clustered together on Bequia Island, Grenadines, in the Caribbean.

Invasive lanternflies want to take over the U.S.

AGreenLiving

Spotted lanternflies are extremely cool-looking bugs, with polka-dotted wings in shades of red, black and beige that make them resemble paper lanterns. But people should be very worried about this invasive insect , according to entomologist Frank Hale. The spotted lanternfly hales from India, Vietnam and China. It probably immigrated to the U.S. as a stowaway in a cut stone or wood product shipment circa 2012. The initial U.S.

Invasive lanternflies want to take over the U.S.

AGreenLiving

Spotted lanternflies are extremely cool-looking bugs, with polka-dotted wings in shades of red, black and beige that make them resemble paper lanterns. But people should be very worried about this invasive insect , according to entomologist Frank Hale. The spotted lanternfly hales from India, Vietnam and China. It probably immigrated to the U.S. as a stowaway in a cut stone or wood product shipment circa 2012. The initial U.S.

Join #CutOutCutlery in Reducing Single-Use Plastic Waste

AGreenLiving

Over 40 billion pieces of single-use plastic utensils are thrown away every year, adding to… The post Join #CutOutCutlery in Reducing Single-Use Plastic Waste appeared first on Earth911. The rest is here: Join #CutOutCutlery in Reducing Single-Use Plastic Waste. Eco #cutoutcutlery adding-to- appeared-first billion-pieces earth911 every-year first-on-earth911 food / beverage inspire & motivate plastic reducing reducing-single- single-use plastics single-use-plastic thrown-away