heat

Warmer air temperatures profoundly affect agricultural production by altering crop yield and livestock production. The heat is already on, and it's getting worse.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
The heat is on, and it's profoundly affecting agricultural production - but the worst is yet to come.
The George Washington University
It's cold outside, but we're keeping it warm inside - how much energy is that using up?
Thermoceramix: Cooking More Energy Efficiently
Thermoceramix: Cooking More Energy Efficiently
Fire up the grill! This week on Bloomberg West we feature Thermoceramix, a company that has developed an innovative spray-on coating that generates heat!
In early August of the summer of 2011, scorching heat continues to smash records in many parts of the country. In Austin, Texas, triple-digit temperatures are causing unprecedented demands on power grids. Oklahoma City is on track to eclipse the... Read More
The clock ran out in Congress last week on a bill to repeal energy-efficient light bulb standards. Cue the giant, energy-devouring, glass ball above Time Square. It's time to celebrate! We’re counting down five of Planet Forward’s best ideas about... Read More
Planet Forward
Planet Forward met up with Bill Nye at the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Awards last week. See the first item on his #EnergyToDo list. Tell us yours on twitter. (@Planet_Forward)
University of Mississippi
By using our commonsense in warmer climates by covering up ourselves with sunscreen,limiting our exposure to the sun, and heat. We could also wear hats and drink water throughout the day. Through research I found out a team in Colorado have even... Read More
Hot air rises. Cold air falls. We all know this. Then why do we have diffusers in our ceilings that allow the hottest air (winter) in our rooms to rise up through them into the duct work above our ceilings? When our ac units cool our rooms they also... Read More