Tag Archives: sustainable

Hyundai is mass producing the first hydrogen-fueled car in the US

Why Hydrogen? Hydrogen is the key to a future of sustainable motoring. Making up approximately 75% of the universe we live in, it’s in abundance compared to the finite fossil fuels used by combustion engine cars. The process of passing hydrogen through a fuel cell creates energy much more efficiently than the chemicals used in gasoline. […]

Solution to climate change and an age of clean, cheap energy

Nuclear fusion is the reaction that powers the sun. For decades, scientists have planned on recreating this reaction here on earth as it would provide the whole world with a safe, environmentally-friendly and unlimited supply of energy. France has took the first step towards building this nuclear fusion reactor by investing £13bn into the Iter […]

More Efficient Method of Producing Hydrogen Fuel

Scientists have come up with a more efficient way to split ocean water and turn it into sustainable, clean hydrogen fuel. They created a flexible plastic film that acts as the catalyst to begin splitting ocean water, without requiring the high energy input that current methods need. Using this new technology, as little as five […]

It’s Not a Fairytale: Seattle to Build Nation’s First Food Forest

I came across this article through a friend, gave it a read and thought to myself, “this is what the shift is all about”. The article discusses how Seattle is to build the Nation’s first “Food Forest”. 7 acres of organic perennial permaculture contained of hundreds of various plant edibles such as fruit trees, nut […]

New German Film Blasts Green Climate Movement…”Climate Protection = Environmental Crimes”

This week’s print edition of FOCUS includes an interview with the producer of a new environmental film to be shown in German cinemas beginning in January: Climate Crimes – Environmental crimes in the name of climate protection. It will premiere soon in Vienna. If you are one of the skeptics, much of the film probably will […]