KnowCarbon Good News – Feb 13

As I sit in my warm house with the beautiful winter weather outside, I came across the following quote from John Boswell, “Winter, a lingering season, is a time to gather golden moments, embark upon a sentimental journey, and enjoy every idle hour”. Here are a few of the “Good News” stories, I came acrossContinue reading “KnowCarbon Good News – Feb 13”

No Electric Vehicle? -> Offset Your Gas Emissions

A few weeks ago I wrote about electric vehicles and the importance if using 100% renewable energy as the source for charging, as well as the general accessibility of renewal electricity options. However, what if you don’t have an electric car and it is not feasible to buy one right now? What are the optionsContinue reading “No Electric Vehicle? -> Offset Your Gas Emissions”

Does Your Electric Vehicle Help?

There is so much excitement and innovation on electric vehicles and other power tools we use. Personally, the last car I bought was a Chevy Volt, and last year I purchased an electric lawnmower that is powered by re-chargeable battery. I would love to have a Tesla as my next car when my current SUVContinue reading “Does Your Electric Vehicle Help?”

KnowCarbon Good News – June 20

As we head into the heat of summer, here are some of the good news stories I came across related to climate change that gave me hope. Environmental Funds Go Mainstream, With Better Results Unilever Reveals New Climate Fund Worth More Than $1 Billion The U.S. Can Get To 90% Clean Electricity In Just 15Continue reading “KnowCarbon Good News – June 20”

Sustainable Life and Household Investments

The world has seen lot’s of opportunity to take action and make a difference in the world over the last few weeks. The protests on racial inequality, coupled with the pandemic the last few months, create a lot of anxiety. However, it also represents a potential turning point on more activism to make the worldContinue reading “Sustainable Life and Household Investments”

Covid-19 and Our Carbon Footprint

The last few weeks have been trying for everyone, and I was also distracted, so I have not posted in a few weeks. I had started a review of various mobile applications to help manage my carbon footprint, but that quickly became less relevant with Covid-19. However, with countries shutting down, people not eating out,Continue reading “Covid-19 and Our Carbon Footprint”