As a good greenie, I’d argue that plastic bottles are one of those things we should think about mostly in terms of “reduce” rather than the normal “recycle.” But I [ … ]
GE’s Masterclass videos explain technological concepts. In this one, Baratunde Thurston learns how a jet engine works, and it can be made more efficient.
Know a high school student who’s concerned about issues of population and the environment? The World of 7 Billion video contest gives them an opportunity to share their thoughts with others… and maybe even win a cash prize.
Any of us working in this space frequently encounter the question “What is sustainability?” That’s not always an easy question to answer, but Jonathan Scott provides insight into the business case for sustainable practices in this video from the CIPS Foundation.
A new installment of the Pacha’s Pajamas “transmedia experience” comes out, along with an activism campaign pushing for popular culture that nurtures kids.
Ample Earth’s planned animated video “A World with No Bees” will explore the relationship between colony collapse disorder and neonicotinoid pesticides, and ask viewers to take action on this important issue.
Still driving a clunker? That’s not surprising: times are tough, and credit’s tight. But even if you’re not ready to invest in a new vehicle, you don’t want to burn more gas then necessary. MPGOMatic’s planned video series “Ain’t Fuelin” will show you how to upgrade that clunker into a fuel-efficient ride…
Members of the community at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst took a step beyond the normal organic kitchen garden on campus, and created (and filmed) a permaculture garden.
Still a little nervous about bicycle commuting? You’re not alone. The Green Lane Project is a response to that fear: a campaign dedicated to creating safe, inviting spaces for bicycling and walking in urban environments.
Could a $20 bike made from cardboard really work? Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni thought so, and has created a bike that meets these specifications.
Missed today’s Hangin’ with sustainablog Hangout on Air? No problem – we’ve got it recorded for you.
Missed the first edition of the Hangin’ with sustainablog Hangout on Air? No worries: we’ve got it recorded on video and audio for you…
Denver-based Waste Farmers, a venture by Inspired Economist founder John-Paul Maxfield, has been recognized as an “Impact company” by The [i4c] Campaign, and featured in a new video series by the organization.