Month: February 2021

From Indonesia, Edible And Biodegradable Seaweed Wrapper

They last 2 years, dissolve in water and are edible. Indonesia begins to write the future of biodegradable seaweed packaging. The controversy these days over biodegradable bags for wrapping fresh food in stores is likely to focus entirely on price equity and little on the real plastics problem: pollution. According to the Plastic Pollution Coalition,

Lakes And Swamps Could Generate 70% Of The Energy Produced In The United States From Evaporation

Although evaporation as a renewable energy source still does not receive as much attention as solar or wind, its potential advantages are there. They have just been demonstrated by a team from Columbia University that has designed the technology necessary to take advantage of evaporation to obtain clean energy, in addition to measuring the possible

Sunflower Seeds: Properties, Benefits And Uses

Sunflower seeds are appreciated for their nutritional properties: they have a high content of fatty acids and a good contribution of micronutrients, among many others, we highlight the B vitamins and vitamin E, antioxidants and mineral salts such as iron, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium. Sunflower seeds, nutritional values. Are sunflower seeds fattening? It all

The First Passive House Plus In The United States That Generates Almost All The Energy It Needs

This beautiful red brick home in Brooklyn has been remodeled to become America’s first Passive Plus Home. Located in Carroll Gardens, 78 Third Place offers an impressive array of state-of-the-art renewable technologies wrapped in thoughtful renovation that preserves the historic character of the original home. The house, remodeled by Baxt Ingui architects, saves between 80