Scientists develop new way to generate electricity via seawater

May 23, 2016 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on Scientists develop new way to generate electricity via seawater

As we search for an energy source that doesn’t give off dangerous emissions, scientists from Japan’s Osaka University came a step closer towards obtaining a solar fuel from one of the most abundant resources on Earth: seawater. Through chemical reactions, they were able to collect hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, from seawater, which can be used to generate power in fuel cells. In their recently published paper, the scientists said solar energy is an important alternative to fossil fuels,…

Read the rest here: 
Scientists develop new way to generate electricity via seawater

K-Cup killers? Hotel suppliers seek better single-serving coffee

August 11, 2015 by  
Filed under Business, Green, Recycle

Comments Off on K-Cup killers? Hotel suppliers seek better single-serving coffee

The search for sustainable alternatives to hard-to-recycle coffee and tea cartridges.

Read the original here:
K-Cup killers? Hotel suppliers seek better single-serving coffee

Get Down With Upcycling With These 14 DIY Decorating Tips

July 1, 2015 by  
Filed under Eco

Comments Off on Get Down With Upcycling With These 14 DIY Decorating Tips

The term upcycling is making its rounds in social circles as more people become aware of the benefits of repurposing something old into something new. Creativity flows and inspiration surrounds as DIYers search for ways to decorate their homes, cut…

Read the original here:
Get Down With Upcycling With These 14 DIY Decorating Tips

My search for green tin in the Congo

February 11, 2013 by  
Filed under Business, Green

Comments Off on My search for green tin in the Congo

A Motorola exec returns to the Congo to examine a site claimed to be free of conflict minerals.

Here is the original post:
My search for green tin in the Congo

My search for green tin in the Congo

February 11, 2013 by  
Filed under Business, Green

Comments Off on My search for green tin in the Congo

A Motorola exec returns to the Congo to examine a site claimed to be free of conflict minerals.

See the rest here:
My search for green tin in the Congo

Bad Behavior has blocked 1291 access attempts in the last 7 days.