Tag: Solar energy

The Centre For Urban Ecology – Building Features – Passive Heating and Cooling – Part 1 of 3

The Centre For Urban Ecology – Building Features – Passive Heating and Cooling – Part 1 of 3

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 30, 2019

Hey guys! It’s Grizzly! I’m just foraging for some berries in the lovely forest there. This is the first part of a three part video on the passive heating and cooling for the centre for urban ecology now theres a lot, so thats why theres three parts, so stay with us The centre uses seven […]

Jay Inslee – Running for President on a Platform of Fighting Climate Change | The Daily Show

Jay Inslee – Running for President on a Platform of Fighting Climate Change | The Daily Show

By Micah Moen 100 Comments September 24, 2019

-Welcome to the show. -Thank you. -And welcome to the 2020 race. -Thank you. How does it feel to be in? -It feels inspiring. -Yeah? Uh, inspiring because I’m finding people who really want to see a president -who believes in science, -Right. who believes that the number one job of the United States -is […]

Gabor Kiss – A Holistic Approach To Open Source Ecology – The ENVIENTA & Qetema Projects

Gabor Kiss – A Holistic Approach To Open Source Ecology – The ENVIENTA & Qetema Projects

By Micah Moen 1 Comment September 10, 2019

Welcome to the afternoon session. The first speaker of the session is Gabor Kiss and he will talk to us about the open source ecology. My name is Gabor or Gabriel and I was invited to talk about our ongoing projects here. I’m representing almost 50 people from our teams. Visionaries, futurists, inventors, engineers, architects, […]

ENVIENTA Open Source Ecology – How Do We Get There?

ENVIENTA Open Source Ecology – How Do We Get There?

By Micah Moen 1 Comment September 8, 2019

STRESSFUL LIFE ENERGY HUNGER DEPENDENCIES CENTRALIZED SYSTEMS INDUSTRIAL WASTE POLLUTION DROUGHT CLIMATE CHANGE We’re just beginning to glimpse the bare outlines of a new economic system entering onto the world stage. This new economic system is the collaborative commons. We need a new story for the human race to go with the technology. If millions […]

Wrong Climate for Damming Rivers

Wrong Climate for Damming Rivers

By Micah Moen 8 Comments September 7, 2019

Many people may not realize it, but electricity is the planet’s largest source of climate pollution. There are things we must do, urgently. First, we need to cut back on fossil fuels use. Secondly, we need to use energy more efficiently. And then, we have to increase our use of clean renewables. The dam industry […]

ENGINEERING MYTH: Renewable energy isn’t the solution

ENGINEERING MYTH: Renewable energy isn’t the solution

By Micah Moen 43 Comments September 1, 2019

– Hi, everyone, I’m Jess, I am a mechanical engineer currently working at an ecological institute. I make videos about engineering technology and conservation. I find that engineers have a very objective way to solve a problem. Sometimes this is actually good because that’s how engineers solve problems very efficiently. But in the case of […]

[KOR CC] Clean Up Mekong with Hanwha Solar Boat

[KOR CC] Clean Up Mekong with Hanwha Solar Boat

By Micah Moen 43 Comments August 13, 2019

Here retreat is no longer an option. The Mekong River, it’s the last stand before 2,000 tons of trash flow into the Pacific Ocean each day. 730,000 tons of trash a year that flow straight into the Pacific Ocean, must be stopped. The key is how. This trash collecting barge emits even more carbon into […]

Would you live in a floating city in the sky? (with English subtitles) | Tomás Saraceno

Would you live in a floating city in the sky? (with English subtitles) | Tomás Saraceno

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 12, 2019

Translator: Camille Martínez This is my favorite place on earth, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. And when it’s covered in a thin layer of water, it reflects the clouds. There are days when you feel as if you’re floating among the clouds. But there are days when the horizon disappears; there’s no longer a top […]

Championing sustainability at Regent’s Place

Championing sustainability at Regent’s Place

By Micah Moen 0 Comment August 2, 2019

we try and lead on our sustainability policy here we need to show and lead by example show our occupiers so people who work here and live here the sort of policies and the things we do some larger things and smaller things that we do to create a sustainable environment so for example the […]

RENEWABLE ENERGIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

RENEWABLE ENERGIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

By Micah Moen 0 Comment July 30, 2019

the facts are in and yes renewable energies are lowering the carbon footprint but let's make it clear that all energy sources have some impact on our environment fossil fuels coal oil and natural gas do substantially more harm than renewable energy sources by most measures including air and water pollution damage to public health […]