Gaining access to clean water is one of the biggest challenges facing rural villagers around the world, who often have to travel 5 miles or more to fetch water, with drought conditions making water availability even more critical.
Protecting rainforests from deforestation and degradation can effectively combat climate change. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) projects provide a market-based solution for corporations and countries to reduce their carbon emissions.
Covering seventy percent of the Earth’s surface, oceans can be valuable sources of energy. Waves are able to generate 80,000 TWh of energy per year—four times the current global production of electricity.
Verdant Power is hoping to put together what would be the United States’ first tidal power plant in New York’s East River. Verdant has been running the Roosevelt Island Tidal Energy (RITE) Project since 2002.
A self-sustaining stove that converts waste into energy, assists in cooking, produces a bi-product that can be sold commercially, helps plants grow in depleted soils, prevents CO2 from being released, and helps families in developing countries create self-sustaining and healthier hous