There are several communities now days that have started caring for the environment together. You may call such communities eco villages. In these eco villages, every individual tries to share work with others and tries to live in the same space with community members. Since these people share their vision of going eco-friendly, they take steps together to ensure the use of renewable energy only. There are several religious communities too that now power their lives through solar energy. Let us have a look at some of these nature-friendly groups.
For those looking to make their camping sustainable, they would need to ensure that the gadgets they take along are eco-friendly as well. Accordingly, here are some awesome solar powered camping gadgets that you simply cannot do without while on a camping trip.
Electric bikes have been around for quite some time now. However, the standard issue with these e-bikes is the charging, as they require a dedicated electrical outlet to plug and charge them. While solar bikes can provide a possible alternative to this scenario, the myriad photovoltaic cells and panels, mounted all over the bike, would make it look more like sci-fi contraption than a normal bike.
With several companies coming forward with DIY, easy to assemble quadcopters, drones have become quite popular over the past few years. Powered by batteries and operated by a hand held remote control, these quadcopters offer a bird’s eye view of the surrounding areas.
It is important and useful to build things that are self-sufficient and sustainable in the modern age. Thus, architects and building designers are concentrating on coming up with such skyscrapers that are self-powered. Check out here some cool skyscraper design concepts that have self-sufficiency.
We have heard a lot about the process of evaporation and the water cycle. Recent developments in the field of renewable energy sources have pitted evaporation energy as the next big renewable energy source on earth in the near future.
Have not we all been hearing about plastic and its dangerous effects? Does it look impossible to get away from this harmful thing in everyday life? It all seems correct when we look at the widespread use of plastic in our daily routine.
The number of homeless individuals thronging urban areas has manifold over the past decade, owing to factors like economic crises, urban migration and natural disasters. While many choose to ignore these homeless people, others tend to find out ways to offer some kind of help to these people. One such humanitarian effort involves building portable shelters for these people to live in.