Environment Magazine


  • Germany Delays EU Carbon Cap

    Germany Delays Carbon

    Though Americans frequently look to the European Union as a model to increase vehicle efficiency and regulate emissions, Germany, which is the EU’s largest... Read more

    The 18 October 2013 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Radio4: Green Electricity Cheaper Than Big Six

    Radio4: Green Electricity Cheaper Than

    A SMALL energy company that generates electricity using wind turbines, solar farms and tidal energy says their company offers lower prices than the Big Six. Read more

    The 30 October 2013 by   Ecoexperts
  • Thoughts on Trash

    Thoughts Trash

    After watching Waste Land (2010) on Hulu, it really got me thinking. The movie made me want to be more conscious of what I throw away each day. Read more

    The 04 October 2013 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Green Party Says "Fracking" Is Neither Inevitable Nor Unbeatable

    Green Party Says "Fracking" Neither Inevitable Unbeatable

    Energy companies, and to a large extent federal and state governments, have been touting "fracking" as an answer to the energy problems facing this nation. Read more

    The 07 October 2013 by   Jobsanger
  • Moving from Awareness to Policy Change This Food Day

    Moving from Awareness Policy Change This Food

    This Thursday, communities throughout the country will talking about Real Food. Thursday is Food Day, a nationwide celebration of healthy, affordable and... Read more

    The 23 October 2013 by   2ndgreenrevolution