IGE Solution’s Vision …
A world in which no plastics pollute the planet and where renewable energy sources are maximised.
A world in which commerce, governments, families and environmentalists live in harmony and work towards the common goal of building a sustainable system of environmental protection that supports our current life-styles and benefits us all.
That is, the company has a zero harm policy. Our technology and systems will have a positive environmental effect in all areas as we reduce the amount of plastic being dumped into landfill and reduce the consumption of fossil fuels via crude oil extraction.
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Don’t miss this crucial conversation with former Vice President and climate change activist Al Gore on how far the battle to halt climate change has come — and why he thinks the momentum is unstoppable. President Trump’s recent announcement that the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate accord was a major setback in the fight against the global climate crisis. Now more than ever, it’s up to the people to continue the energy revolution. Gore has become a uniquely post–political figure, pursuing ideas larger than any party or office. In his upcoming film “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” he continues his tireless fight, traveling around the world training an army of climate champions and influencing international climate policy.
Shred-tech machine disposes of old combat uniforms exchanged by soldiers.
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More Americans work in the booming solar or windpower industries than in the coal industry, yet renewables are often claimed to be unreliable, needing vast and costly energy storage. Amory Lovins explains why that’s a myth.
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Michael Vandenbergh is a leading scholar in environmental and energy law at Vanderbilt Law School, where he holds the David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law. He also is director of Vanderbilt’s Climate Change Research Network, where his work involves interdisciplinary teams that focus on the reduction of carbon emissions from the individual and household sector. His academic research explores the relationship between formal legal regulation and informal social regulation of individual and corporate behavior, the influence of social norms on corporate behavior, and the ways in which private contracting can enhance or undermine public governance.
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We all know that being environmentally conscious is important. From changing your bulbs to using a natural shower curtain, here are 10 absolutely simple tips to go green in your home, starting now. Oftentimes, it will save you money, and even improve your health. Produced by LMV and KMVT.
There’s no doubt the planet is changing, but how is that changing horror? Learn more in this episode of FiendZone!
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A great chat that I managed to squeeze in with your local EOS BP candidates from my neck of the woods.
EOS Costa Rica Aims to instill the core values of their heritage through transparency, sustainability, Eco friendly, and community and of course coffee, and Surf camps…. You heard that right. They maintain an open office in San Jose where they are in the midst of creating an open office environment where people can come in to a welcoming environment and be a part of a collective that years to educate and collaborate with a bit of life balance on the side… Pura Vida.
I love these guys, love their attitude and their dedication to their work. Bare metal servers, political stability, and a the advantages of geographical location, they aim to recruit BP’s for further work in the Jungle test net while educating and collaborating on tools for transparency, community, and environmental sustainability. Next time you find yourself in their neighbourhood (san Jose), go knock down their down and enjoy some great coffee while chatting about EOS.
Meetup app and a whole lot more going on in their github. Check it out here https://github.com/eoscostarica
website here: https://eoscostarica.io
telegram here: https://t.me/eoscr
YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvYinCH3O1iKpi-_dNfQAGQ
Go check them out and drop them a vote.
Cheryl Shuman, a city councillor with the city of Dawson Creek in northeastern British Columbia considers herself a turbine hugger, not a tree hugger.
A member of the Peace Energy Cooperative, a local grassroots group which was instrumental in getting a local wind development off the ground, she is an enthusiastic supporter of Dawson Creek’s many radically sustainable practices.
From a $100 a tonne internal carbon tax to wide scale use of solar thermal hot water systems Dawson Creek is blazing a trall when it comes to sustainable municipalities. Learn how and what they’re doing on this week’s video.
Learn more at http://www.greenenergyfutures.ca/episode/08/awesome-dawson-creek-northern-oil-and-gas-town-bets-big-renewable-energy