Technology

7 Green Innovations That Are Changing The World

7 Green Innovations That Are Changing The World by John Hawthorne [originally posted on MoBoxMarine.com] It’s no secret that we need to make significant changes if we’re going to preserve our planet. As humans make more of an impact on the earth, the planet is changing in significant, alarming ways.[…]

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Earth Day ’14: New Apple Ad, Video, and Promise

Amends for a Dirty Past In 2011, Greenpeace released a report called “How Dirty is Your Data?” It graded each internet firm on the filthiness of its cloud operations. Apple earned the dubious distinction of being the among the worst climate offenders, with the most reliance on coal and the[…]

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Google Glass: A great invention

Going for $1,500, this pair of glasses is basically your computer right on top of your head. The goal is to help make augmented reality a daily part of our lives using just a tiny computer within the frame of the glasses. For those of us already wearing eyeglasses, think[…]

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Working at Google New York (NYC)

New York is constantly reinventing itself. Take the Meatpacking District: it used to be known for its working slaughterhouses and packing plants. Today it’s known for the High Line, restaurants and fashion boutiques. With that approach to innovation, we realized in 2000, this city is the perfect place for Google[…]

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What are the Benefits of Going Green?

Going green can provide a number of benefits for businesses. As awareness of the importance of the preservation of the environment continues to grow in 2010, companies are looking for ways to become environmentally friendly, also known as “going green.” Not only can green business practices and processes help protect[…]

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Top 10 Emerging Environmental Technologies

Wasteful energy policies, overuse of resources, water supply shortages, global climate change, and deforestation are just some of the issues experts say need to be addressed for humans to achieve sustainable living on this planet. By the year 2025, an additional 2.9 billion people will strain tightening water supplies, and[…]

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