A campaign now gathering funding on Indiegogo seeks to bring renewable energy and self-reliant living to Malawi, Africa in the form of an Earthship.
In unique situations, like much of Africa, the LEED system just doesn’t fit the environment, culture, or climate. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Epic Road takes travelers to the source, so that they can see, feel, smell, and touch the places at risk from pollution and climate change.
Google pumps $12 million into a big SolarReserve PV project that’s part of South Africa’s major move to remake the country’s grid with renewables.
For a limited time, your purchase of a discounted solar power and light kit will deliver one to a Malawi village free of charge.
The Baker Stove eases the transition from open fire pits to more efficient cooking in a way that makes sense for those who will use it.
This solar-powered lamp would create much-needed jobs in addition to safe, reliable light.
Two tiny prefab designs for rapid assembly at low cost anywhere in the world are in production.
Paying Africa’s people to produce all the renewable energy they can would give the continent a huge economic boost, spurring development and the growth of democracy, researchers say.
Solar panels spring up in a small African nation to provide clean energy needs addressing basic food and water concerns.
Thanks to free solar power, the rolling clinics are capable of providing a range of eye, ear, blood and dental medical services to the public.