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Energi’s Impact - Beyond Blockchain

19 Feb 2020 2 minute read 7 comments Energi

Since we started Energi, we’ve noticed organizations talking more and more about changing the world. You can probably think of countless companies that are trying to tackle the most significant issues of our time. But how many actually put this at th...

Green aura of trees, shade and more at Pondicherry’s Botanical Garden

3 Feb 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Greenchic

Pondicherry's Botanical Garden is not merely Gardeny, it has nice Greenery   Pondicherry’s Botanical Garden is really green and more than just gardeny, they are filled with lovely trees that are really tall,healthy and natural trees.   Definitely,...

Ongoing Collection: Your suggestions for CO2 Compensation Projects

23 Feb 2020 1 minute read 1 comment CO2Fund

  WANTED: Your suggestions for CO2 Compensation Projects around the World Please contribute with a reply to this post. Your comment should include a brief description of the project, a link to the project website and contact information if not...

White Paper - CO2Fund & CO2 Compensation Coin ”CO2Coin” (Symbol: COCO)

20 Feb 2020 6 minute read 0 comments CO2Fund

  How much CO2 was produced for you by your last flight? How much CO2 could you have conserved if you had used your bicycle instead of your car? How much CO2 was emitted for the possibility to buy a healthy and delicious avocado around the corner?...

Misplaced Environmental Concerns Surrounding Blockchain

16 Aug 2019 4 minute read 0 comments Daniel Goldman

It’s hard to argue that blockchain technology does not use a significant amount of power. It does. However, “a lot” is a relative term, and the amount of fanfare over blockchain’s power consumption is misplaced. Admittedly, a lot of this informatio...

Why Paper Straws Are A Greenwashing Scam

5 Jan 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Scott Cunningham

Paper straws use significantly more energy, release much more greenhouse gases in production, and use more resources to manufacture. They cost anywhere between 5-10 times more to make. They aren’t necessarily biodegradable unless composted and still...

Blockchain & garbage

25 Jun 2019 2 minute read 0 comments dexpartacus

In Italy organized crime spreads sadly like wildfire in many commercial sectors, this is unfortunately now known and we are bitterly used to hearing it. Even here the blockchain could help, such as in the field of waste, where transparency and legali...

A Few More Thoughts on Plastic Pollution and a Look at E-Scrap Pollution

13 Jan 2020 3 minute read 0 comments bettercallpaul

Originally Posted to Sapien as a Supplement to a prior Sapien blog post regarding the impacts of plastic pollution and contamination of our environments on January 12, 2019   A Few More Thoughts on Plastic Pollution and a Quick Foray into E-Scrap Pol...

Lush Green Freshness comes alive on a rainy day at Auroville

18 Jan 2020 7 minute read 0 comments Greenchic

  Post Breakfast sudden showers at Pondicherry!! A day out for me sometimes gets exciting during the rains, even though there is no doubt rains can make things quite inconvenient, especially it can make things difficult for one to reach a familiar p...

Behind the Campfires

14 Jun 2019 1 minute read 1 comment pushpedal

Behind the Campfires Music Credit: LUUUL Illuminate Having completely cycled through Asia in the last 15 months, I wanted to make a video to show the devastating state of plastic pollution. It is often with travellers that we share the best and bea...