Green Investing is Killing Our Planet

It is well past the time where we need to get an uncomfortable truth out into the open. Not all supposed “green investments” are good for the planet. In fact, money invested into some very large “sustainable” projects support some of the most destructive activities currently being perpetrated upon our environment. The great majority of these include efforts to produce “renewable” energy…

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11 Ways We Can Address Our Future Global Food Challenges

Most of the main efforts these days related to sustainability seem to be focused around issues concerning energy. That is easy to understand with oil prices near all time highs, and the recent energy-related environmental catastrophes in the Gulf of Mexico (BP) and Japan (Nuclear) fresh in our minds. These daily reports of dwindling fuel supplies and the environmental impacts of fossil/nuclear…

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News Update

Izmir, Turkey– Energime Power in partnership with Green BioProducts and Greentech Group has signed a joint venture agreement to develop Turkey’s first Vertical Indoor Farm. This EISTEP (Energime Integrated Sustainable Technology Platform) facility will include a below ground aquaculture component, advanced solar thermal collectors and heat transfer technologies, as well as a waste conversion plant to produce NPK Liquid fertilizer from animal…

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Why Integrated Sustainable Design (ISD) is the Future of Green Technology

By William Sosinsky, CEO Energime People often ask me why my company Energime is so focused on developing a platform model based on the principles of Integrated Sustainable Design. Why does linking or “bundling” technologies makes more sense than addressing each challenge separately? The simple response is that it maximizes efficiency, increases production values, promotes technology integration, empowers adaptation potential, and creates…

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News Update

Energime University has entered into a partnership with Wellness Safety Net of New York (orders@wellnesssafetynet.com) to ensure maximum accessibility to persons with disabilities to all Energime Projects and Energime University training facilities. Additionally, Energime will work with their organization to tailor courses so that the course materials are suitable for people with a variety of physical challenges such as sight and hearing…

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