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Good News From The First Solar Plant In Palestine

Good News From The First Solar Plant In Palestine

Palestine received their first solar thermal power plant completely in action on December, 2009. The plant has been housed in Talitha Kumi School, Beit Jala. The main purpose of this solar plant will be to supply electricity for heating water and central heating of the rooms. The school where this plant is homed is a […]

Pollution: Air And Water

Pollution: Air And Water

There are two different kinds of pollution that affect us and our planet Earth. With all the hype lately about ‘being green’ and the environment, we are inundated with various kinds of environmental issues as well as many various different ways to become greener and more environmentally conscious. Two of these environmental issues have to […]

Australia Request Japan To Stop The Whale Hunt

Australia Request Japan To Stop The Whale Hunt

Japan conducts research work on whales and this is why every year they sail for whale hunt near Antarctica. Continuous whale hunt during the years is threatening the existence of this mammals and artificial breeding or culture methods are hardly possible to restore this key species in the waters of the Antarctic Ocean. The Japan […]

Nemo H2 Is The First Ecofriendly Electrical Boat

Nemo H2 Is The First Ecofriendly Electrical Boat

In a busy port like Amsterdam, where crowd and pollution is a regular phenomenon, discovery of a hydrogen fuel powered boat with zero pollutant emission must make news. The Fuel Cell Boat Construction B.V has launched their new discovery, Nemo H2, the canal boat, on 10th December, 2009. Nemo H2 is the successful product of […]

Most Inspiring Images from Copenhagen Climate Talks

Most Inspiring Images from Copenhagen Climate Talks

The Copenhagan Climate Summit has been an intense event, with emotions running high.

Ways To Go Green Without Changing Your Life

Ways To Go Green Without Changing Your Life

1. Instead of using the Styrofoam cups at the office and instead of using the Styrofoam cups at the gas station take your own coffee mug with you. Also, keep a plate and some silverware at the office with you so you can use those items each day then wash them, then reuse them the […]

Toyota Prius Is On Trials In Strasbourg

Toyota Prius Is On Trials In Strasbourg

The Toyota motor corporation has launched their best ever plug-in hybrid car in the Japan market very recently. This new discovery has the exclusive feature of interchangeable vehicle mode from gasoline to electric battery. By the mid-2010, 600 units will rule over the streets in Japan, US and Europe. The “Prius Plug-in Hybrid” is a […]

 Ethanol is the Future In Bio Fuel

Ethanol is the Future In Bio Fuel

Almost everyone heard nowadays about bio-fuels, being a well-known fact that the revolutionary using of  corn, beet and cane to produce a less polluting kind of fuel has been welcomed in a world threatened by climate changing. Oil prices and EPACT2005 made the bio-fuels’ use to increase ; although, the economical, technical and regulatory resolutions […]

Renewable Energy Sources For Dummies….Let Us Break It Down For You

Renewable Energy Sources For Dummies….Let Us Break It Down For You

Renewable energy basically stands for ‘natural resources’. So renewable energy resources are ways of obtaining energy through natural things we can find in our environment.

Copenhagen Climate Summit Concludes: “Don’t Nuke The Planet”

Copenhagen Climate Summit Concludes: “Don’t Nuke The Planet”

Denmark is welcoming the Copenhagen climate change summit with the participation of over 100 world leaders, 16,500 delegates, officials, advisers, journalists and royalty members. The summit is described as the most important gathering since the World War II and concluded with some sharp decisions and suggestions. Considering the last chances to save the world, an […]