Energy-saving technology for your home

As per the report by the United States Department of Energy (DoE), an average household in the US uses 90 million BTUs of energy per year. Out of this, most energy is wasted due to lack of insulation, air leakages, lights being left on and other such practices. With global warming being a major concern, […]

4 Benefits of Driving an Electric Car

Since the debut of electric vehicles, there have been a lot of improvements to their function. Top Electric car Companies have upgraded their car’s mileage, charging time, and capabilities. Today there are more electric cars and electric charging stations than ever before. The improvements that have been made allow people to save more money and […]

Coronavirus: world’s response has slashed CO2 emissions – here’s how to keep them down

Simone Abram, Durham University How do you respond to a crisis? It’s obvious that the response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been dramatically different from anything provoked by repeated scientific warnings about climate change. The many organisations that declared climate emergencies throughout 2019 and 2020 have so far enacted nothing like the scale and speed […]

Most Promising Alternative Energy Sources of the Future

With Earth Day right around the corner, CarRentals recently published their ranking on the most promising alternative energy sources to power our vehicles. The impacts of gasoline and diesel-powered cars are clear – not only are our personal car emissions harmful, but the production of these vehicles are a major contributor to carbon emissions, catastrophic […]

Harnessing Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy taps into and harvests the heat released from below the surface of the earth. It’s a renewable energy that doesn’t contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. Geothermal energy reduces our carbon footprint and doesn’t take up a structural footprint, either. Unlike the endless fields of wind turbines or solar panel arrays, most of the […]

The Mechanics of the Greenhouse Gas Effect

Did you know that there used to be palm trees in the Arctic? It was 56 million years ago, but it was caused by greenhouse gases and carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere at an alarming rate. It’s hard to imagine palm trees swaying where we think of polar bears and glaciers, but due to […]

Investigating Overpopulation: The Solutions

Urbanization is just one of the many effects of overpopulation here on Earth, along with the rapid dwindling of the natural environment as a whole. The general consensus across the scientific community is that a number of factors have contributed to global overpopulation. More than 7.7 billion people live on Earth as of 2020, largely […]

How Climate Change Impacts California Wildfires

Every year, California wildfires force residents to temporarily evacuate their homes and seek refuge in shelters, motels, or with relatives. While the wildfire season is one of the few things that truly unites both Northern and Southern California, it’s also not a new phenomenon: you can track over a century of California wildfires recorded by […]