This week in New York, energy leaders and experts from around the world are gathering for Climate Week 2016 – an annual event highlighting how continued investment in clean energy innovation and technology can empower us to address global climate change.
We all know how important water is. 70% of the Earth is covered by it. Our bodies are mostly water, too, and we can’t survive for more than a few days without it.
Solar power is a great way to help you save money on energy, but it’s also a great way to help protect the environment. Going solar empowers families and businesses to make a concrete positive impact on the planet, by curbing climate change and safeguarding precious water and air resources.
What’s the impact of installing more than 8 million solar panels across America?
Paul Gallay is a resident of Cold Spring, NY and the president of Hudson Riverkeeper – a nonprofit organization working to protect the Hudson River and the drinking water supplies for nine million New Yorkers.He became a SolarCity customer in 2015.
We’ve rounded up our top reads of the week about solar and the future of the energy — so you can stay current.
An oft-repeated reason for concern about the environment is the importance of preserving the earth for future generations. But how do we teach our children the meaning and importance of eco-awareness?