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Solar-powered lighting has become popular within decades as fossil fuels have become more expensive. As a result, more people and companies are looking to have a sustainable green alternative energy source. Solar LED lights are a more...
From the continuous build-up of waste on both land and water to the excessive utilization of our depleting natural resources, our impact on the environment is becoming increasingly evident. As lawmakers and civic leaders all over the...
According to the EPA, the average person produces approximately 4.9 pounds of “solid waste” or trash per day. Thankfully, you can recycle many everyday household items to help promote a cleaner, greener environment. Recycling and reusing items can help...
Modern use of the term sustainability is broad and difficult to define precisely. Originally, sustainability meant making only such use of natural, renewable resources that people can continue to rely on their yields in the long term....
A smart city is an urban area that uses different types of electronic methods and sensors to collect data. Insights gained from that data are used to manage assets, resources and services efficiently; in return, that data...
Smart cities that leverage connected technology across their operations reap a host of benefits. Effective big data applications and strategies provide a city with information to identify and staff police in high-risk areas, for example, as well...
Life constantly presents the greatest opportunity brilliantly disguised as the biggest disaster. Around 178 people are reportedly missing at state-run NTPC Ltd’s 520 MW Tapovan Vishnugad hydropower project site, after a glacier near Raini village above Rishiganga...
This article discusses how we can consider a particular city as a smart one, drawing on recent practices to make cities smart. A set of the common multidimensional components underlying the smart city concept and the core...
Conservation of water is the basic principles of green building. The efforts should be made to ensure that the material and system that are used help in reduction of water consumption in buildings and landscaping the areas....
Water scarcity is being driven by two converging phenomena: growing freshwater use and depletion of usable freshwater resources. Water use has been growing globally at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century,...

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