The 1-year mark of Joe Biden’s presidency is fast approaching and as an environmentally-concerned American, this upcoming anniversary has made me curious to dig into Biden’s climate record. President Biden campaigned with a climate-friendly platform and promised to restore the United States’ presence on the international stage for climate policy. So what has actually happenedContinue reading “President Biden & the Climate: a year in review”
Category Archives: Knowledge
What is Community Owned Energy?
You may have come across the term “community energy” recently, but what is it and what are the benefits?
The Growing Crisis of COVID-19 PPE and Single-Use Mask Waste
The volume of plastic waste has significantly increased with the rise of PPE and mask use. What are the most environmentally friendly ways to stay safe?
So what is the “Green New Deal”, anyways?
The Green New Deal is a buzzword, but does it mean the same thing in every context?
How is science facing climate and environmental change?
Given the scientific consensus that the climate crisis exists, what is scientific research doing today to tackle environmental change?
The Complexity of Recycling Symbols: European Edition
Find out what recycling symbols in Europe mean and how to recycle properly.
Is It Time To Go Smart?
Let’s debunk some common myths around the smart network and look at the benefits for you and the environment when you switch to a smart meter.
The Dawn of a New Era? A Look at President Joe Biden’s Proposed Climate Policies
2021 marks the dawn of a new era in Washington D.C. President Biden has a unique opportunity to progress environmental policies and justice.
Product Circularity: Is It Always Good for the Environment?
Where does the concept of product circularity sit next to other sustainability metrics, and how can we generate the most meaningful understanding for how to optimise product sustainability from it?
Bio-plastics: a Sustainability Myth or a Revolution?
Why is your transition to bio-plastic not reducing your climate change impact as much as you thought?