The secondary cell walls of wood and biomass are put together by a complex chemical called lignin (lignen). If you saw wood into powder and then melt the lignin in the powder, the lignin will again bind the powder...
Learn about the recycling process. An easy explanation regarding what happens to items that you recycle. Explained in a way that anyone can understand the recycling process.
Sustainability standards and green construction standards are what will propel a more energy efficient, eco-friendly world, one project at a time.
A a solar kettle for everyday use. Well, every sunny day. Very neat, and fun to use. Not entirely practical, though...
Many people think that refusing a smart meter must be stupid but it is vice versa. It appears to be smart to refuse the 'smart' meter. For who is the meter smart? There are many reasons to refuse.
A theory of Orgone energy explained.
Underground cities of the past show how mankind can endure extreme weather events and cataclysms now and in the future using environmentally friendly and inexpensive building materials and techniques.
Feeling guilty for using your air-conditioner during peek hours? Author Billie Kelpin reflects on Catholic guilt and her family's first air-conditioner.
Phantom loads consume energy when you're not using them. Often they can waste several dollars worth of electricity in the average home over a year.
Ridding your home of petroleum products means much more than switching to natural gas or bio fuels in your tank.