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5 Awesome Tips for Inbound Marketing for Digital Marketing 101

Our media company offers a range of news and lifestyle sites that inform and educate readers, but we’re also in the business of promoting cool brands with our inbound marketing services. This digital marketing technique can help even small businesses become more successful online, and it’s a key topic in the conversation about boosting SEO and […]

January 29th

Will Autonomous Cars Help or Hurt the Environment?

Driverless cars are on their way, whether you like it or not. Pretty soon, autonomous driving will be a thing of the present, rather than the future, and dozens—if not hundreds—of manufacturers will be offering self-driving vehicles. It’s not a matter of “if,” but rather a matter of “when.” Yet, it leaves us wondering: will […]

April 13th

Old Bicycle Parts Are Powering a Green Economy & Improving Lives

Originally published on TakePart. By Emily Gertz A Guatemalan group called Maya Pedal designs and builds “bicimáquinas,” pedal-powered machines engineered from reclaimed bicycle parts. The different designs make all sorts of labor-intensive work easier, from pumping water to grinding corn for chicken feed. That translates directly into more money for low-income people. The average annual […]

March 11th

Wave Energy Prize Challenge Seeks to Halve the Cost

Compared to some of the other renewable energy technologies, such as solar and wind, wave energy is still in its infancy (OK, maybe its early adolescence), and so far, wave energy advances haven’t yet come close to producing a cost-effective solution for electricity production. And yet because some 50% of the US population lives within […]

February 3rd

Super Bowl 2015 First To Be Played Under LED Lights

No matter what the outcome of Super Bowl 2015 is, the game itself will make history, because it will mark the first time that this iconic American game will be played under LED lights, which are promised to deliver “world-class” lighting for both the live spectators and those watching via HDTV broadcast. The University of […]

January 21st

Tackling the Global E-Waste Problem (Infographic)

Originally published on CustomMade. Last year, the world produced nearly 54 million tons of electrical and electronic products, but only a fraction of it was reused, refurbished, or recycled. With a relatively short lifecycle, e-waste now litters dumpsites all over the world, exposing humans and the environment to toxic materials. Some eco-conscious offices use industrial […]

January 16th

Toyota Opens Hydrogen Fuel Cell Patents to Competitors

Originally published on Gas2. By Christopher Demorro Though automakers has long been protective of its patents, the tide towards open-sourcing many important patents seems to have taken hold in the industry. Following Elon Musk’s announcement that Tesla patents would be free to use by other automakers, Toyota has opened up over 5,600 of its hydrogen […]

January 6th

Waste to Energy Biofuel Project Aims for Community-Powered Energy

While some cleantech entrepreneurs are looking to further develop solar power, wind power, and marine power to meet some of our future energy needs, others are looking much closer to home with their own renewable energy projects, including in an unlikely spot – the organic wastes produced by communities every single day. The move to […]

December 4th