Biofuels Taking Off in Airline Industry

By Sean Aitken With the airline industry growing year after year, the push to make it more sustainable is also increasing. One of the ways airlines are trying to combat emissions is by using biofuels to power their planes. These biofuels can come from several sources, including agricultural and municipal waste. Fulcrum BioEnergy, a biofuel company with a … More Biofuels Taking Off in Airline Industry

Can consumption Eco-labelled products make the world more sustainable?

By René Bouwmeester During the last decades environmental awareness has increased among consumers and many want to contribute and do the right thing for the environment. The food industries are the largest contributors to CO2 emissions globally and a lot of people know (Nature.com, 2012). Slowly more and more people don’t want to contribute to the … More Can consumption Eco-labelled products make the world more sustainable?

The American Farming Revolution: A Future as Green as Hemp

By Holly Gillespie When thinking of traditional textile farming in the US, the first word that usually comes to mind, is cotton; but what if that is about to change—to be replaced with hemp. According to entrepreneur Rob Jungmann, the time for change is nigh! His campaign for the industrial farming of hemp in the United … More The American Farming Revolution: A Future as Green as Hemp