Electricity Out Of Waves

There exist different technologies to turn the kinetic energy of the sea into electricity.

Wave energy globally alone could meet the world’s annual electricity needs, if it was fully harnessed. Find out more about this and other renevable energies in

Affordable Electric Car With Solar Pannels

Instead of Solar pannels on the roof of a house we can use the car itself as a power generator. Although the small car in the photo did not make it into the market, its properties are impressive. Tha car can charge itself just standing somewhere in the sun at the side of the road. For this and other creatrive solutions please click on the mobility button.

Plates Made Of Leaves

To ultimately become a net zero society, we must either totally avoid packaging and single use plastic or replace them with biological material. How about disposable plates made of leaves. 

Ecological Housing

How can we build ecological houses? How can we heat a house CO2 neutral in winter? How to cool them enviromnentally friendly during summer and in hot places around the world?  There are hundreds of possibilities to lower the carbon emissions of a house and the emissions that occur during its production. See possibilities in Housing

Environmentally Friendly Clothing

The manufacturing of clothes is a main contributor of carbon emissions. In addiction to that, one third of the worlds microplastic emissions come from our synthetic clothes. Depending on how clothes are being produced a tremendous amount of water and land is required that could otherwise be used for food production. And let's not forget the water pollution because of chemicals used for dyeing.

Reducing CO2 emissions in Food Production

More than 200 years after the Industrial Revolution when food production started to become more and more easy and and less workforce was needed to provide enough food for all of us in the Western world and beyond, food production of course is and will stay the most important part of the economy. Since  we all need food to survive. Even though many of us tend to forget that food does not grow by itself at the grocery store.

The way we produce food and the kind of food we eat of course has a huge impact on the environment and our CO2 footprint.

Change in General

To some extent we need to change our way of life in general. For centuries when we think about the economy our main goal was to become as rich as possible to be able to consume as much as possible. As en example: 100 years ago peple bought a bicycle when they couldn't afford a car. The only reason not to buy a car was not having enough money. The reason not to eat meat every day was not being weatlhy enough. Only poor people had to grow their own food because as long as you can afford it of course you would go to the supermarket. That's much more comfortable isn't it. 

That's how we used to think. And that's how we - I should even say - have been programmed. 

But there is more to life than just to consume as much as we can. That's not the only way to live a happy life. If it is one at all. In other it's all about how we can adapt a more sustainable way of life while keeping or even improving our quality of life. And even if we want and need to consume (buying and enjoying stuff) there are many ways to do it in an environmentally friendly way.