Welcome to 2GreenEnergy.  We’re Glad You’re Here.  (A “Sticky” Post)

Welcome to 2GreenEnergyTo those who have been with us since our inception in 2009, as well as to those who are just joining us now for the first time, here’s a brief summary of what we at 2GreenEnergy are all about.  We offer:

• A platform on which we connect cleantech entrepreneurs with sources of investment capital. Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Lauren Williamson: Five Important Scrap Metal Recycling Tips

scrap-metal-recycling-20rimsLet’s face it – in today’s day and age, you can be sure of the fact that there are more than enough scrap metal yards around. Well, that saves you the unnecessary hassle of having to take matters into your hands for a start. Read more ›

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Should We Tolerate Intolerance?

4782e91df08027afba10288be3dd3072It’s said that man is basically good, i.e., that most people are kind, helpful, productive, and sane individuals, perfectly capable of living harmoniously in society.  Those who hold this belief, however, are forced to adopt some theory that explains things like the rise of entire regimes of fascism, hate, intolerance, and persecution of different races and religions. Read more ›

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Saluting Two of the World’s Great Movements

bioneers_paul-hawken_1920x1080On this date in 1920, American women won the right to vote, as the congress ratified the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  This is a wonderful example of our civilization’s progress driven by scores of of dedicated people, working in concert over a period of several generations, who refused to give up until their aim was reached.  Read more ›

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Thought You’d Seen Every Conceivable Position on Climate Change and its Mitigation?  Nope.

fli-food-production-climate-changeHere’s a radio interview that aired yesterday with British MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, who appears likely to take over control of the Conservative Party from PM Theresa May.  There are lots of wild things to be learned about this gentleman, but here’s something you won’t find elsewhere: a unique approach to climate change.  Read more ›

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Renewable Energy Saves Lives, Dollars

Agucadoura_WindFloat_Prototype-696x522Doesn’t it always feel good to get a bargain?  Don’t we have greater affinity for the possessions we acquired at some fabulous discount than those for which we feel we might have overpaid? Well, good news: this same good feeling carries through to renewable energy. Read more ›

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Neo-Nazis: Are We Overthinking This?

Cantwell1We all struggle to understand the neo-Nazis.  Is this some form of mental illness, exacerbated by mob rule?  How do these people consider themselves a “master race?” Is this a genetic mutation gone horribly wrong?  The result of bad parenting or a failed educational system? Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Lauren Williamson: Four Main Benefits of an Eco-friendly Cleaning Service

eco-clean-servicesToday is undoubtedly the day and age for going down the eco-friendly path, mainly due to most people’s waking up to the fact that every person needs to have a basic sense of responsibility towards conserving and saving the environment as a whole. In this realm of eco-friendly cleaning, this fact holds just as true. Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Hannah Thomas: Why You Should Never Throw Away Your Old Tech

D485-0364-09_316023As the technology evolves, people are becoming more and more tech savvy and the production of new devices is blooming. Nowadays people all around the world, and especially teenagers, change a lot of devices in quite short time periods. There’s an endless range of tech gadgets hitting the market almost on daily basis. People like new things and they discard old gadgets with ease, usually throwing them away. But is this a solution? Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Jake M: Affordable Vehicles with Good Fuel Consumption

yo-auto-e-crossoverBalancing the budget can seem difficult for a lot of us. When a big purchase such as a new vehicle comes along, there’s likely to be a lot on your mind. But to find a vehicle that will really fit your budget, there are more aspects to consider than just the monthly payments and insurance associated with a vehicle – for example, the gas mileage. Read more ›

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What’s New at the EPA? Actually, It’s Impossible To Know.

wrecking ballWhat do we know about what’s happening in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the leadership of Scott Pruitt?  Well, the whole thing started when Pruitt was appointed to the position purely because of his tenacious and lifelong opposition to the organization; that should provide a clue.  But as to what is specifically going on at any moment in time is held in near-absolute secrecy, according to this article in the (failing? lol) New York Times.    Read more ›

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