Uncategorized August 14, 2020
EPA’s on-site producers list is topped by Kimberly-Clark Corp., which produces 176.5 million kWh through biomass. No. 2 on the list is the City of San Diego, which produces 69 million kWh through solar, biogas and hydropower.
When you are starting a business you are out hunting for the next piece of income. At the same time you are out hunting, set up a farm of sustainable ongoing repeat business you’ll be much more sustainable for the long term.
In order to do more than just barely survive, first we have to simplify our lives. We must learn to need and want less. We can learn to get our enjoyment and entertainment from lower cost or free sustainable sources. We live in a time of unbelievable over consumption of all kinds of goods, including expensive food from all over the world. We will need to rely on local products and local food sources. Part of the change that will be coming has to do with the transportation of goods across the world. We will see that slow way down and goods from far away will be extremely expensive. At least until new power supplier sources are implemented that change the cost and environmental damage from worldwide transportation of goods.
So, it is not much of a jump to understand that water is used to power cars also. Unfortunately, we are still quite away from having affordable car, which is powered severely on water. Even though, a few well-known car companies are functioning on this idea. What we have is an ability to make a hybrid fuel, which makes use of both gas and water.
Location is everything! Pick a comfortable place away from distractions such as phone, television, family, and internet. A room with windows and natural light will facilitate the process.
According to research by Clean Edge, a leading research firm that tracks and analyzes clean-tech markets and trends, production and wholesale pricing of biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel reached $34.8 billion in 2008 and are projected to grow to $105.4 in 2018. Clean Edge also estimates that wind power will expand from $51.4 billion in 2008 to $139.1 billion in 2018, and solar power will grow from $29.6 billion in 2008 to $80.6 billion in 2018.
While some shopping behaviors, such as buying only fair trade merchandise, can be difficult and expensive, it’s nice to know that some of the greenest things you can do for your wardrobe are actually easy and free.