Green World

Rajasthan, One of The Best Solar Energy Locations

With India’s highest solar radiation in western Rajasthan, half of India’s solar capacity in 2022 could come from this state, says Satya Kumar, managing director of Shri Shakti Alternative Energy. The high radiation in combination with a large amount of… Continue Reading →

New Index Give Unprecedented Measures of Ocean Health

Boston, U.S.A. – Conservation International, The National Geographic Society, the New England Aquarium and the Pacific Life Foundation have unveiled the Ocean Health Index, the first comprehensive measure of ocean health for 171 coastal regions worldwide. The new index is a… Continue Reading →

Energy Recovery to Be Part of America’s Energy Strategy

Washington, U.S.A. — The American Chemistry Council (ACC) hosted on June 28th a forum, “Unlocking the Vast Potential of Energy Recovery,” on Capitol Hill. Cal Dooley, ACC president and CEO, was joined by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Congressman Bill Cassidy,… Continue Reading →

China′s Eco Tourism Today

Eco tourism is a still growing market, with tourists gaining a growing awareness of the carbon footprints on the countries through which they are traveling. China, a country still suffering a reputation as one of the most polluted countries in… Continue Reading →

Ricky Gervais in New Anti-Cruelty Campaign

Cruelty Free International, a new global non-profit organisation spells out vision to end product testing on animals worldwide. Ricky Gervais, Ambassador for Cruelty Free International, states: “I am delighted to support the launch of Cruelty Free International, the exciting global… Continue Reading →

SC Johnson Factory Switching to Green Energy

Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A. – SC Johnson continues to build its legacy as an environmental champion with the announcement that it will build two wind turbines at its largest global manufacturing plant, Waxdale, located in Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin. The company received clearance… Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania Hunters Beware of Spreading Disease

Harrisburg, U.S.A. — With thousands of Pennsylvania hunters heading off to hunt big game in other states and Canadian provinces, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe reminds hunters that, in an effort to prevent the introduction of Chronic… Continue Reading →

So, Is Dimock’s Water Really Safe to Drink?

March 21: This post has been corrected. When the Environmental Protection Agency announced last week that tests showed the water is safe to drink in Dimock, Penn., a national hot spot for concerns about fracking, it seemed to vindicate the… Continue Reading →

Scientists Urge Agreement to Regulate Fishing in Arctic Ocean

Montreal, Canada – More than 2,000 scientists from 67 countries urged Arctic leaders, in an open letter released on April 22 by the Pew Environment Group, to develop an international fisheries accord that would protect the unregulated waters of the Central… Continue Reading →

Rebuilding Together Baltimore, Shell Deliver Home Renovation to Homeowner

Rebuilding Together Baltimore, an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, is partnering with national sponsor Shell to promote energy efficiency in the home by delivering critical home renovations for local homeowner, Ms. Johnson. Rebuilding Together Baltimore will work with 25 volunteers to… Continue Reading →

World’s Most Efficient Solar Lamp Now Available for Public

Discovery Bay, U.S.A. €“ Starting August, 1 the world’s most efficient solar lamp becomes available to the American public through several online resources. Largely unknown to many in this country until recently, the WakaWaka Solar Lamp makes its debut after… Continue Reading →

$30,000 in Grants for Teens with Great Green Ideas

San Francisco, U.S.A. — Guerrilla Green is a growing movement of frustrated young people tired of waiting for sustainable transformation in the built environment. The place they spend most of their time, the school campus, is usually built with little… Continue Reading →

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