Philippines – In many homes, it’s mostly dark during the day, except for a small ray of sunlight that enters through an open front door. Electricity, if available, is expensive. Few can even afford it and when they can, it is too often at the expense of food. Now everybody can get solar light during the day..for free!
Archives for May 2015
Israel – Controling the population of mouses in a sustaible way is definitively possible! Replace rodenticides by using birds of prey like owls, krestels and so on!
India – Farmers do not have to walk anymore long distance just to switch on and off irrigation pumps. By using this gadget. the Nano Ganesh, they can trigger at will irrigation pumps saving a lot of water, fuel for generators or electricity. Irrigation becomes much more eco-friendly!
Germany – Make ships more eco-friendly by adding a big sail. Save on fuel, reduce emission and reduce operating expenses.
Canada – Approximately 1.3 billion people do not have access to electricity. These simple 25 watt panels are powering lights and charging cell phones.
Peru – This greenhouse design solutinon was first published in the nineties. Really this is not the super duper solution one could expect. Nevertheless, it is more than ever a clever simple greenhouse design. It is a cheap to build and can be use in very harsh climate all around the globe!
United States – Ever heard the word gullies? In my case never! Here just in case: gullies are are just little channels cut in the earth by running water after a prolonged downpour. They cause erosion, a lot of it! The good news is that it can be fix with very very simple solutions. Here are a few of them!
Malaysia – Depending of your climate and altitude, planting asparagus can be a solution to control erosion and at the same time, help generating additional income.