Recent Articles

asbestos recycling

Asbestos recycling: Can asbestos be recycled? Read more to find out…

Can Asbestos Be Recycled? Short Answer: Yes. Asbestos can be recycled, but not in the way you would recycle paper or plastic. This type of recycling uses high temperatures to change asbestos fibers into glass or ceramic fibers that are safe to use for other purposes. If asbestos is in your home,

Porsche Taycan

The first affordable EV Porsche: the Taycan under $80,000

The first electric vehicle from Porsche started at $103K for the Taycan 4S and $185K for the Turbo S.

Nzambi Matee

Recycled plastic bricks stronger than concrete by a Kenyan company

Nzambi Matee, founder of Gjenge Makers in Nairobi, Kenya, has discovered a way to give a second life to plastic waste.

Sheroes 2020 USGBC

2020 Sustainability Sheroes of the USGBC Community recognized.

“Don’t be afraid, just go for it!” are the wise words repeated with passion by Jessica Davis, Director of the IUPUI Sustainability…

About Solutions

About Solutions

There is a wide range of solutions and best practices that address the energy, waste, and other critical sustainability issues facing industries and End-Users today. Green World strives to accumulate and curate the global resources of the groundbreaking innovators, exceptional Solution Providers, and experienced practitioners that deliver triple bottom line* results.
*Triple Bottom Line includes the fiscal, environmental, and social impacts when measuring the complete results of the utilization of a sustainable solution or best practice.

Join Our Team

Join Our Team

Call to Action: Green World is seeking informed individuals, companies, and organizations to contribute news, case studies, and overall knowledge on the many categories of solutions and practices increasingly covered by Green World. Through global content alliances, Green World can share broad and in-depth knowledge to assist End-Users in improving their facilities and operations.

Innovation

Recycled plastic bricks stronger than concrete by a Kenyan company

Nzambi Matee, founder of Gjenge Makers in Nairobi, Kenya, has discovered a way to give a second life to plastic waste.

wind-to-hydrogen

Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy to integrate offshore wind-to-hydrogen solution

Offshore wind to hydrogen solution soon to be introduced by Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy

Biofuel ethanol

Advanced light reveals how different biofuels behave

Vehicles have evolved to become more efficient and sophisticated, but their fuel hasn’t necessarily evolved along with them.

Energy

2020 Sustainability Sheroes of the USGBC Community recognized.

“Don’t be afraid, just go for it!” are the wise words repeated with passion by Jessica Davis, Director of the IUPUI Sustainability…

Waste

Recycled plastic bricks stronger than concrete by a Kenyan company

Nzambi Matee, founder of Gjenge Makers in Nairobi, Kenya, has discovered a way to give a second life to plastic waste.

Water

WINT Water Intelligence can Help Hotels and Restaurants Save Water

The company WINT incorporates artificial intelligence technology that detects leaks and water waste. The system continuously learns and adapts to each specific water network to optimize the detection capabilities. The system uses alerts that can be sent directly to a mobile device or computer and can even shut the system

Transportation

The first affordable EV Porsche: the Taycan under $80,000

The first electric vehicle from Porsche started at $103K for the Taycan 4S and $185K for the Turbo S.

Products

Asbestos recycling: Can asbestos be recycled? Read more to find out…

Can Asbestos Be Recycled? Short Answer: Yes. Asbestos can be recycled, but not in the way you would recycle paper or plastic. This type of recycling uses high temperatures to change asbestos fibers into glass or ceramic fibers that are safe to use for other purposes. If asbestos is in your home,

Greenpedia: Did you know?

Top Asset Manager BlackRock CEO

CEO Laurence ‘Larry’ Fink of BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset management company, wrote to CEOs on January 14, stating that the socioeconomic effects of physical climate risk c

Remedy Ocean Plastics