Atlanta has discovered that it’s not just good for health and the environment to “go green.” It’s also economical, practical, and above all, it’s easy! The ATL has always had a reputation as a green city, but the definition has broadened considerably in the recent years. The rich tree canopy that blankets Atlanta and its surrounding [...]

President Obama failed to push climate change legislation in his first term, though there were a lot of expectations that some sort of carbon tax or emissions policy would be put in place. Some top senators worked on a climate change policy which actually passed the Congress. However a lack of support from the Senate [...]

Commute in an Eco-friendly Way The commute to and from work can add up quickly in gas expenses. According to Project America, the average passenger car gets roughly 22.4 miles per gallon while the average SUV gets roughly 18 miles per gallon. Despite efforts to improve gas mileage in consumer vehicles with hybrid cars, the [...]

Running your business in an environment friendly way has many benefits to you, your business and your employees. Not only that, you also feel good in knowing that you are helping to reduce your business’s impact on the environment and preserving natural resources. There are a lot of reasons why making your business more environment [...]

Solid Waste Solid waste is classified into several different types depending on their source:  Industrial waste also known as hazardous waste Household waste generally classified as municipal Biomedical waste discharged from hospital, also known as infectious waste E-waste also known as electronic wastes including TV’s, refrigerators and computer waste Hazardous Waste It includes the traces [...]

Coal Deaths in India India gets more than 50% of its energy requirements from coal, of which the country has got billions of tons in reserves. Coal is used for most of the power generation in the country despite its pernicious effects on human health and the environment. Coal is responsible not only for thousands [...]