We have recently seen shock rises in oil prices and corresponding rises in gas and electricity. While oil prices have thankfully declined, we have yet to see the cost of our utilities decline to their former levels. Many people are considering the real possibility of a massive energy shortage in the coming decades. With this in mind, more and more companies and households are seeking out alternative sources. The ideal alternative is an energy source that is less demanding on the Earth’s natural resources, more economical for the company or individual and finally a source that is kinder the global environment. Continue reading
Being “green” doesn’t only mean buying plants for your home or garden, or saying “save the whales dude!” If you think that you have to be rich or powerful to be able to do something for the well fare of your planet, you’re terribly wrong. Everybody can help in the battle against global pollution, the greenhouse effect and other evils that menace our bare existence.
Here are some things you can do yourself: