As energy-efficient technologies such as heat pumps, rooftop solar and home batteries, and electric vehicle sales are increasing, it seems that more U.S. consumers are supporting decarbonization initiatives.
Climate change is increasing the instances of destructive weather events, but a focus on resiliency and renewable energy can mitigate the loss of life and life-giving substances: food, drinkable water and breathable air. Read on to discover how Florida’s Babcock Ranch is a beacon for resiliency.
As Congress passes green energy legislation, the Seattle Kraken’s Climate Pledge Arena showcases many of the technologies that can be used to reduce carbon emissions and recycle as much as possible in a large sports arena.
As we try to deal with the colossal challenges of outdated infrastructure challenges and climate change, there is a trend toward building and living in smaller, more self-reliant buildings and communities— while still enjoying the benefits of connecting to the grid.
Early adopters of new technologies are considered visionaries, thinking years ahead of the majority. Mainstream entities fight this technological evolution — especially when it has economic ramifications.