Greenermobiles Green Concept Phone

The concept phone off the future is here today. At Greenermobiles.com, we’ve spend the past decade looking at environmentally friendly mobile phones and technology. We’ve also taken a look at a lot of concept phones, featuring some of them here and here.  Building on that knowledge and experience, we’ve put together our own environmentally friendly concept… Continue reading Greenermobiles Green Concept Phone

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New Electric Vehicle Engine Makes Rare Earth A Thing Of The Past

German automotive maker Mahle have designed a cost effective and efficient electric vehicle (EV) engine without the use or rare earth metals in its magnets. Mass production is still a few years away, but Mahle have created an EV engine that is extremely durable, efficient and does away with the need for rare earth metals.… Continue reading New Electric Vehicle Engine Makes Rare Earth A Thing Of The Past

Gas Boilers To Be Banned From 2025

The use of all existing gas boilers could be banned in the UK from 2025. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), gas boilers should be banned from 2025 to aid the fight against climate change. Britain has ambitious targets and as green energy supply continues to ramp up, we can increasingly move toward carbon… Continue reading Gas Boilers To Be Banned From 2025

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Eco Friendly Mobile Phone Cases

Get the best and most stylish eco friendly mobile phone case to protect your green, environmentally friendly mobile phone from spills, scratches and the occasional accidental drop from the side of a table. Ecoskins By Anokimobi Back in 2011, the UK-based Anokimobi Ltd signed a deal with accessories distributor Elite Mobile to sell its eco-friendly… Continue reading Eco Friendly Mobile Phone Cases

Plastic Waste? Nah, Fishing Nets Are Killing Our Oceans

Discarded fishing nets, also known as ghost gear, are the unspoken killer of marine life that we have no intention of stopping. Yes, plastic waste is a problem, but the largest contributor to plastic garbage patches, also known as garbage vortexes because they just suck in plastic from ocean currents. In a case of what… Continue reading Plastic Waste? Nah, Fishing Nets Are Killing Our Oceans