A year ago, Soyoung Lee was one of a crowd of climate activists demonstrating on the streets of Seoul in a campaign inspired by the global school strike founder Greta Thunberg. Today, the 35-year-old lawyer is the youngest member of the South Korean parliament and a driving force … [Read more...] about South Korea is on a mission to transform from carbon villain to model
Generating renewable energy from offshore farms is a great way for coastal communities to get off the grid and source their power in an eco-friendly way. Soon that may become a possibility for more coastal areas around the world, thanks to a recently developed modular floating … [Read more...] about This floating hybrid platform harvests energy from wind, solar, and waves
While Europe has 105 offshore wind farms, the US currently has only one up and running. But according to the U.S. Department of Energy, Americans shores have enough wind blowing to produce more than 2,000 gigawatts of power, or nearly double the nation’s current electricity use. … [Read more...] about Ohio could soon be home to America’s first freshwater offshore wind farm
Hydrogen fuel has seemingly fallen off the radar considering all the hype that surrounded this potentially sustainable fuel source in past years. Other than a blatant lack of infrastructure, a big problem with hydrogen fuel is that we haven’t figured out a way to produce hydrogen … [Read more...] about Could a trash-to-hydrogen plant realize the dream of green hydrogen fuel?
Indoor farming startups are known to grow crops using efficient LED light bulbs with custom “light recipes” that adjust the color of the LEDs to help plants grow faster. With that said, all these lighting systems using LED bulbs still use a huge amount of energy, which is why … [Read more...] about This tech makes sunlight more potent so normal greenhouses can grow more