Sunday, August 05, 2012
Battery-powered homes should be the norm. Why? Well, just look at the weeks without power millions experienced in the Midwest this summer of 2012 under extreme heat after severe storms damaged parts of the deteriorating power grid.
Tags: wind, fuel cell, solar, Hydrogen, geothermal, power, natural gas, batteries, Grid, Smart homes
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
In Fu Yunwei and Guo Xinyu opinion piece, "Critics fume in luxury as granny burns coal", they argue that those in developed countries have "failed to take into account developing countries' right of development."
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Thursday, September 24, 2015
"Silent Spring,” the book that led to the eruption of environmentalism in the ’60s and resulted in a government ban of the pesticide DDT, is widely remembered as having a deep impact on America.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Cold fusion refers to a safe, clean, decentralized energy source that has no harmful byproducts and could supply 100% of our energy needs, replacing dirty energy sources such as oil, gas, and coal forever.
Tags: cold fusion, LENR, LANR, CANR, clean energy, fusion
Three large Dumpsters sit outside of University of Mississippi residence hall. (Bryce Johnson/University of Mississippi)
Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | Franklin & Marshall College
Thursday, February 06, 2020
Bhutan, a small nation located in the Himalayan mountains, offset its carbon emissions more than what it produces (AKA carbon negativity) because of four key policy decisions.
A fisherman fishes in the River Tista in Panjarbhanga, Bangladesh. (Image courtesy FAO/Mohammad Rakibul Hasan)
George Washington University
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Small-scale fisheries are critically important to communities around from the world, from Alaska to Senegal, but they don't receive attention on a global level.
Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | The George Washington University
Monday, October 05, 2020
Moving to Copenhagen has made me realize that instead of constantly evaluating my personal habits, perhaps I should be more critical of the systems which ultimately shape society’s collective impact.