Almost every state in the U.S. has launched sustainability initiatives in recent years.
Nestled in the middle of the latest housing development in Sudbury, Mass., is an elegant home built with the latest in energy-saving technologies.
From the time that geothermal heating systems first emerged, interest has been rising in these alternative and eco-friendly options.
It’s not only homes and business that are looking to go green – schools are increasingly making this a top priority to help protect the environment as well as contain their budgets.
Ever since President Obama enacted Executive Order 13514, federal agencies have been forced to make better use of clean energy to reach a multitude of waste, pollution and water reduction goals.
As the cost advantages of geothermal energy become clear, more and more homeowners are trading their conventional heating and cooling systems for one of these sustainable systems.
As energy prices continue to increase, world officials and energy leaders are trying to promote the expansion and adoption of greener, more energy-efficient solutions. This comes at a time as concern over environmental pollution and the eventual exorbitant price of oil continues to grow.