Tag: gogreen

  • Climate change caused dying of the ancient baobabs in Afraica

    by levent

    “It is hard to imagine the Africa without these ancient giants as they have blend into the Saharan countryside and have been an icon of the African savannah since millennia. As the oldest seed producing trees in the world, their resilience — some are more than 2,000 years old — have earned them many names […]

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  • First wave generator in US supplies grid power in Hawaii

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    In September 2012, NWEI was selected by the US Department of Energy to conduct a demonstration project – grid-connected 30 meter Wave Energy Test Site (WETS) located on Oahu. “Northwest Energy Innovations, LLC has developed the Azura™ wave power generation technology for converting the endless supply of ocean waves into electricity to meet the rapidly […]

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  • They deserve to be known: People changing the world with trees

    by levent

    Environmentalists are having a big impact on our lives, but most people can’t name even one famous environmentalist. Dont you think it isn’t fair? Let’s have a look at 3 names which turned our planet to be better. Jadav Payeng “Jadav Payeng, known as the Forest Man of India, spent 40 years of his life […]

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  • Leonardo DiCaprio: a life for the life of our Planet.

    by levent

    “If you use your acceptance speech at the Oscars to shine a light on pollution, you’re a true environmentalist. While accepting the trophy for Best Actor at the 2016 ceremony, Leo told millions watching, “Climate change is real, it is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species, and we […]

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  • Pollution in Paradise: Is there any hope?

    by levent

    “Located almost in the centre of the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is one of the most isolated, yet populous places on earth. That’s why the majority of environmental issues affecting Hawaii today are related to pressures from increasing human and animal population increasing every year. As the separation between the islands is fairly small and this […]

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