Greenermobiles.Com has joined the 10:10. We just had to join, if we wanted to make our green mobile phones are real offering in the marketplace then we had to be a part of this. The 10:10 initiative is an independent campaign to engage all sectors of UK society and business in reducing carbon emissions by… Continue reading 2014 Greenermobiles Joins 10:10, Hurrah
This year the daily average concentration of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has surpassed the 400 PPM (parts per million) mark. This observation has been recorded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. During the past 800,000 years until the early 20th century, the CO2concentrations have never exceeded 300… Continue reading Atmospheric CO2 Tops 400 PPM
The National Park in Montana, US, which also borders the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, is home to tens of lakes and hundreds of species of flora and fauna. Sprawling over an area of over 1 million acres, the park encompasses a part of the Rocky Mountains and has a rich history that… Continue reading Montana’s Glacier National Park – The Endangered Behemoth
What is 4G? Well it’s only in development, but in short it’s a 4th generation replacement of the present 3G network. It’s about faster data speeds and increased security. The first network was obviously 1G; this was built in the 1980’s. 2G followed suit in the early 90’s, and 3G was built in the late… Continue reading What Is 4G?
Kiribati is located south of Hawaii, and has a little more than 100,000 people living on less than 320 square miles of land. It is comprised of 33 small islands and these are grouped into three divisions – the Gilbert Islands, Phoenix Islands and Line Islands. Kiribati is predicted to become uninhabitable as a result… Continue reading The Amazing, Stunning And Untouched Kiribati
With fossil fuels fast depleting due to excessive human consumption to satisfy their energy requirements, there is a general consensus worldwide that we may soon be faced with an energy crunch. Renewable energy sources like the sun and the wind have not yet gained as much traction as the social scientists would prefer and until… Continue reading More Solar Energy Coming To The UK
Many leading companies around the world claim that their offices are green, environment friendly, etc. The offices which fall under this category are, Powerhouse Kjorbo, Deloitte Headquarters, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, The Co-operative Group Headquarters, The Bullitt Center, NuOfffice, etc. Every eco-friendly building has some unique feature which makes them popular in the world. The companies have… Continue reading Apple’s New Office – The Greenest Building Of Them All
Known as the most famous tourist attraction in Europe, the Alps is made up of a group of mountain ranges that lie almost exclusively in Europe. Spanning the countries of Italy, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, Germany, Switzerland, France and Austria, the Alps are spread out in an area of nearly 1200 kilometers. With hundreds of peaks over… Continue reading The Alps – The Crown of Europe
Will green mobile phones truly catch on? Will greener manufacturing processes develop so that every mobile phone is made from recycled materials or plastic bags? Or is it just a well oiled fad in the history of mobile phone design. I believe we are at the cusp of a new order, whereby the cost of… Continue reading Green Mobiles Will They Catch On?
Tesla states in the New York Times of 1909 that; “It will soon be possible, for instance, for a business man in New York to dictate instructions and have them appear in type in London or elsewhere. He will be able to call from his desk and talk with any telephone subscriber in the world.… Continue reading Mobile Phones Were Invented In 1909!