Energy Drinks: A Dangerous Experiment. | elephant journal

Elephant Journal

Energy Drinks: A Dangerous Experiment. In 2011, a 14-year-old girl unexpectedly died after drinking two 24-ounce cans of Monster brand energy drink. The FDA subsequently shared that it was investigating five reports of deaths that involved the Monster brand energy drink.

Solar Flare Super Storm Could Put Middle East in Darkness

Green Prophet

The sun, our most important source of natural energy, light, and even nutrition could one day also become our worst enemy if intense solar magnetic ‘super storms’ cause massive power blackouts. Energy Lifestyle & Culture Burj electricity grid power plants solar storm

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Geothermal Energy Pros and Cons

Greentumble

They used this naturally available source of warm water for cooking, bathing and to keep warm [1]. Without knowing, they had been utilizing the immense reservoir of our planet’s internal heat. Heat that is a great source of thermal energy. What is geothermal energy?

Earthship Biotecture to introduce sustainable homes for urban cities

EcoFriend

Sonia Renthlei: We’ve seen houses made of wood and concrete but a house constructed entirely out of natural and recycled materials is something else altogether.

Microbes and genetic engineering team up to offer a green hope

EcoFriend

B.Sameer Kumar: Our planet is a very finely balanced ecosystem and a small change can trigger consequences that could only be apparent after several decades. The way microorganisms interact with our planet is one of the less studied ones till recently. Converting energy into Methane.

Building a Low Carbon World

The Green Changemakers

This vision of the hopeful, positive, and inspiring possibilities of an environmentally and economically intelligent future by design draws inspiration from the astonishing effectiveness of natural systems. Cradle to Cradle Design as opposed to ³cradle-to-grave² offers a new paradigm for human activity that creates a sustaining relationship with the natural world by emulating living systems are effective, cyclical, synergetic, and regenerative.

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