Electricity that has been produced using clean energy sources that do not require non-renewable resources or create greenhouse gas emissions. Examples: Wind, solar, and hydro-power.
Gases found in the atmosphere that keep heat from leaving Earth. Fossil fuel emissions, among other factors, have caused an increase in greenhouse gases, resulting in climate change.
Solid or liquid materials known to cause risk or harm to living organisms.
Hydropower (Hydroelectric Power)
Electricity that is created using the gravitational force of falling or flowing water.
Consciousness about what you buy and use, and choosing products based on waste reduction.
Using less in general; limiting consumption of products that will generate waste or harm the environment.
Using an item again to reduce waste.
Disposing of an item in a way that ensures it will be used to create another product.
Natural resources that continually regenerate, such as wind, sunlight, and water. Non-renewable resources, like fossil fuels, exist in limited amounts and will eventually run out.
An ethical framework which suggests that an entity, be it a business or an individual, has an obligation to act for the benefit of society at large.
Electricity that is created by harnessing the energy of the sun’s rays.
Practices and solutions that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Electricity that is created using a wind turbine.