Fuel efficient hydrogen-powered Hyundai vehicles will soon be cruising Scandanavian streets, thanks to a pilot program which aims to introduce them to the European market. Government employees in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Iceland will operate the test fleets of the FCEVs (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles) under the program announced this week.
Wind power produces no pollutants like carbon dioxide, and it requires no input of water or fuel resources, making wind one of the planet’s cleanest and most abundant sources of renewable energy. And it’s been front-page news in recent weeks: the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm in England officially began operations in September, becoming the largest […]
Our food choices are a big part of our overall environmental impact, and seafood can seem like an environmental catch-22. Its popularity has been on the rise as part of a healthy diet, but some types of seafood are surprisingly un-green. So what makes a particular type of seafood environmentally friendly? Read on to learn […]
Great ideas for sustainable development sometimes just remain abstract concepts – that is, until they’re put into practice where they can serve as a showcase for their real potential. Such was the case with Chicago’s Center for Green Technology, the country’s first LEED Platinum municipal building – and an inspiration for subsequent development both in […]
A recent photo of the 11 megawatt solar tower now operating in Spain.