Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

E-Bike Battery Charged by EGO Yard Maintenance Battery

An EGO e-bike is being charged by an EGO lawn equipment charger. (Courtesy photo).

Russ Lanoie

When we considered purchasing e-Bikes this past summer, I pondered whether a maker of cordless electric yard tools could produce their own e-Bikes so that expensive batteries could be shared. This would help eliminate having […]

Compost Food Waste in Style

The bamboo Bamboozle compost container. (Courtesy image)

N.R. Mallery

We assume most readers of Green Energy Times compost their food scraps. If you do not compost, we hope you will start immediately.

If you garden, you have probably been composting for a long time. In a posting on the […]

Can Lawn Chemicals Cause Canine Cancer?

Maybe you shouldn’t let your dog run free at the park or in your neighbor’s yard if carcinogenic chemicals are used on the lawn. Credit: Brett Sayles, Pexels.

EarthTalk® From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine

Unfortunately, the answer may very well be yes. A 2012 study […]

Fostering Hope with a Dryer?

The COVER Store offers tools and building materials at affordable prices. (Photo by Alex Wells)

Helen Hong

Ask anyone why they shop at the COVER Store in downtown White River Junction, and you will get a myriad of answers. “The Store has a funky, rolling yard sale vibe. The staff is […]

Embodied Carbon Defined

Building with sustainably grown wood reduces embodied carbon significantly as compared to using concrete and steel. (Pexels.com)

What is “embodied carbon” and what percent of our greenhouse gas emissions does it make up? And how can we reduce it?

EarthTalk®, From the Editors of E – The Environmental Magazine

As […]

Yellow You Can See the Farthest

Watercolor painting by Joyce Dutka

David Fried

Today the sky is the bluest blue after a bit of spring cool rain. I can lie on my back and get lost in this blue. Maybe this is why when a friend is a real friend, they are called “true blue.” The same […]

Sulforaphane, the Amazing Antioxidant You Never Heard Of

Sprouted broccoli seeds are a great source of antioxidants. Sprouts have as much as four to eight times the nutrition than the adult versions. (Oregon State University)

Larry Plesent

Breathing, moving, eating, being. The very act of living borrows electrons from otherwise stable unions creating notably unstable atoms with an extra […]

Do Environmentalists Really Care About the Environment?

Created by CCL Chapter member Jennifer Durgin.

Bob and Suzannah Ciernia

Readers of the Green Energy Times (G.E.T.) are among the nation’s most knowledgeable supporters of renewable energy. If you want to know about solar, wind, electric vehicles, batteries, and a host of cutting-edge developments, the companies and columnists who appear […]

Review of Global Climate Management

Alan Betts

The global climate situation has become very challenging as Mother Nature has taken over to save life on Earth in the face of the planned criminal destruction by the fossil fuel industry to maximize its profits. I have discussed this in earlier articles.

Last year and this past winter, there […]

Ponds, Lakes and Rivers: Other Casualties of Climate Change

A pond near the author’s home shows signs of siltation but is still mostly clear due to a stormwater migration program. (Bob Christiansen)

Russ Lanoie

One of the biggest environment threats to ponds, lakes and rivers comes from erosion of natural soils in developed areas. Unpaved roads, road shoulders, driveways, roof […]