With the development of groups like the Sierra Club and the celebration of Earth Day, most people understand our environment is changing. As the general public is wising up to the need to protect our natural world, corporations are feeling the push to evolve and adopt more sustainable business practices. However, it is more than just meeting their bottom line and making a profit. So, why is it important for companies to become more eco-friendly?
Resource conservation is the responsibility of individuals, small businesses, and large corporations alike. You can make a difference at the individual level in a number of ways, from reducing food waste and conserving water to making donations to organizations that are dedicated to conservation efforts.
So how can we bring sustainable practices into rural parts of the country? Residents in rural areas can make small changes to incorporate sustainability into their daily lives, but can it be done on a larger scale as well? This article will explore the ways in which rural living and sustainability intersect, from sustainable communities to large-scale industrial farmsteads.
Although the number of environmental organizations, that continuously publish warnings is increasing, many companies are still reluctant on changing to a more green solution. However, the tech industry is one of the most forward-moving industries when it comes to sustainability and environmentally-friendly solutions.
If you look around the room where you are sitting, you will likely be able to identify at least ten sources of plastic in less than a minute. If you think about where the plastic will be in a week, month, or a few years, you will likely come to the conclusion that it will end up on a landfill, set to decompose for about 500 years.
Brahmneshwar Nath Mahadev temple is a pilgrimage for residents of Central India, especially during the Mahashivratri festival. People from nearby areas come to offer water and prayer to Lord Shiva.
In a solar power first, Sundrop Farm at Port Augusta in South Australia uses sunlight and seawater in an integrated renewable energy system which produces heat, steam, electricity and fresh water to produce 17 million kilograms of hothouse tomatoes annually.
Billionaire power player Elon Musk’s $50 million gamble has paid off with the completion of the world’s largest battery storage system to date in less than 100 days at Jamestown in the Mid-North of South Australia.
Young German engineers on the road to solar enlightenment.
The recent 30th Anniversary World Solar Challenge held in Outback Australia proved a 3,022km journey of enlightenment for German Team Sonnenwagen.