Rainwater Harvesting Best Practices

If you are looking to improve the way you collect rainwater, make sure to come up with a water budget. This must include the average rainfall in your area, the size of the roof catchment area, the area for the rainwater storage tank or barrel, and the number of litres of water you use for gardening and household chores (excluding bathing, dishwashing, and the laundry). Of course, you should also take into account your current financial situation, as rainwater harvesting components can be quite costly, especially if they are made by reputed manufacturers.

  1. Once you have done the above, you must then gather the needed equipment. The first one you need to obtain is the water tank or barrel. Choose one that fits in the part of the property where you think it must be situated. Also, choose one that can keep the stored water clean and safe for a long time.

Next, choose and obtain a pump system that will distribute water to different parts of your house or office, if necessary. Purchase the rest of the parts needed for your rainwater harvesting system at this point.

  1. Assemble the system. Set up the tank, preferably on a flat, raised, and durable platform under the gutters. This way, you can access the outlet or spigot at the bottom when you need to use the stored rainwater.

If the barrel or tank that you purchased does not come with a filter, have a mesh screen attached at the top of the barrel. This will serve to filter incoming rainwater. You have two choices for mesh screens; you can use a fine mesh or you can use layers of mesh.

If you would like to maximise the use of collected rainwater, however, you should get a filter that is specifically designed for collecting rainwater.

  1. Of course, it’s important that you check the surface of the roof. Provided that the roof that will be used for your rainwater harvesting system is made of (non-toxic) materials such as clay tiles, cement tiles, glazed tiles, or steel sheets, proceed with checking if there is dirt and if there are withered leaves and bird droppings on their surfaces. If there really is dirt on the roof, make sure to clean its surface before the rain comes.

Of course, use another roof or replace the roof if it is painted or if it is made of asphalt shingles.

  1. Keep in mind that stagnant water is a perfect breeding area for mosquitoes and other insects, so make sure to seal all openings. Leaks should also be sealed. Not only do they deprive you of rainwater you can use for your chores, leaks also cause water to pool somewhere else. Pooled water is not only a great breeding ground for insects, it also causes accidents.
  1. Like all home and office essentials, proper maintenance of your rainwater harvesting system is important. Rain heads, gutters, barrels, tanks, and water diverters need to be cleaned and serviced on a regular basis. You can do this task yourself or you can hire someone to do it for you.

Rainwater harvesting is a practice that helps you save a significant amount of money on water bills. If you wish to start your own home or office system, make sure to consult with your local government first. Some areas have laws against rainwater harvesting.


Bio:

Rey Carlos Rosales works as a rainwater harvesting consultant for Rainwater Tanks Direct. Outside of work, he plays video games, reads books, watches movies, and plays with cats and dogs. For rainwater storage tank options, check out Rainwater Tanks Direct: http://www.rainwatertanksdirect.com.au/.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 23, 2018 at 6:55 am

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Water Stewardship: Concepts for a More Sustainable Future

Water matters. Not just to the broader economy, but also to companies whose products and services impact our global economy and climate. Water issues are now taking a far greater and more prominent position in the global economy.

As growing pressure emerges on our planet’s most precious resource, businesses have turned their attention and focus on the importance of water stewardship. Smarter business means understanding the risks posed by water scarcity and pollution. Taking action requires businesses to adopt more sustainable practices.

Encouraging good water stewardship means incorporating sustainable water management if businesses are to continue operating, and for people to keep on living. Here are three approaches to corporate water stewardship.

1. Understanding the importance of a changing water world

When examining the role of companies in the context of water stewardship, consider these trends as highlighted by World Wildlife Fund:

  • In the next 40 years, the human population will exponentially increase by 2.5 billion. This will increase humanity’s water footprint, increasing costs for infrastructure.
  • Rising incomes will result in changes in consumption patterns. Higher consumption of food and other resources will require collective action to ensure there is enough food and resources to meet demand.
  • Global climate change will have a greater impact on weather variability. Snow and ice will carry less freshwater storage, more extreme events will lead to changes in ecosystems. These will have undeniable effects on water management practices, particularly in environments that support life and livelihoods dependent on freshwater.

Already, it is estimated that 4 billion people worldwide face economic water shortage, leading to inadequate sanitation. A lack of access to clean, potable water has resulted in many being exposed to water-borne diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and diarrhoea, among other water-related illnesses.

The global nature of our changing water world means coordinated action is required across governments, sectors of society, and enterprises to ensure water security for all, and sustainable water resources and infrastructure.

2. Business engagement with water management

The implications of freshwater supply challenges, from societal, environmental, and investment perspectives, means water stewardship should be a top priority. Current water issues, both regionally and locally, mean businesses will soon face, if they have not already done so, serious water problems. Water risks for companies will have strategic and profound impacts on brand value and its profitability.

Business engagement must go beyond corporate social responsibility (CSR). Achieving accessible and sustainable flows to clean, potable water is a core business issue that is strategic to long-term opportunities for growth and profit. As water is material from a production standpoint, businesses must highlight the importance of good water stewardship to c-suite executives, shareholders, and investors.

The highly varied possibilities of water scarcity-related risks mean businesses must provide an exhaustive evaluation of water-related risks and corporate water usage performance. This can provide interpretive guidance for companies to actively manage water risks.

3. The role of leadership in water stewardship

Becoming a proven global leader of good water stewardship is critical from a business perspective in addressing pressing problems surrounding water management and sustainability. The evolving role of business in a global economy has impacted how society is incentivized to engage in water sustainability practices. Indeed, establishing good water stewardship and environmental responsibility must be demonstrated from a leadership position.

While a significant amount of work has already resulted in many technological and scientific breakthroughs in addressing sustainable water stewardship, business leaders must build on this work and demonstrate sustainable water management to bring substantial, long-term and all-encompassing change.

A collaborative approach, focusing on cross-sector and cross-industry involvement will be key in tackling sustainable challenges in the years to come. Addressing further issues surrounding sustainable water stewardship must come from an authoritative standpoint. Initiatives that discuss innovative solutions to water management must be proposed and discussed among senior policy-makers and business leaders.

The enormous influence of those in leadership positions is critical in starting a dialogue that will translate into meaningful and widespread collective action.

A call to action

The stewardship role goes beyond those within the private sector. Using agents to create a local-to-global approach will be critical in advancing the dialogue on how the global society addresses freshwater shortage issues and meets general water-related challenges.

Only engagement through collective effort will lead to better, more efficient and sustainable water resource management for the benefit and survival of everyone.


AUTHOR BIO

Patrick Randall is the Vice President of National Sales at Hepure Technologies. He holds a BS in Mechanical and Chemical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and an M.S. in Civil Engineering from CSUS. He has been working in the environmental and bioremediation space since graduating in 1986.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 22, 2018 at 6:11 am

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Responsible Cable Recycling

As consumer technology becomes more advanced with every passing year — whether it’s the latest smartphone model or an ultra-high-definition streaming media player — it’s easy to become fixated on having the latest gadget on the market every time something is released. Yet with so many people standing in line outside tech retailers to wait for a product release or camping out in front of a superstore for Black Friday, the question of what happens to the devices those gadgets replace looms large. It’s because of the accelerated nature of consumer technology that unwanted electronics — or e-waste — is one of the biggest environmental concerns society faces today, with nearly 50 million tons of unwanted electronics expected to be generated worldwide in 2018.

E-waste is a particularly thorny problem from an ecological standpoint because it doesn’t simply take space in landfills like other types of waste. The rare metals and hazardous materials used to manufacture many electronics can pollute the ground and water supplies if disposed of improperly. Although many of these materials can be recycled, that recycling frequently takes place in impoverished nations where safety standards often are non-existent. Using acid to dissolve circuit boards and reclaim metals, for example, can result in toxic mercury being released into the environment — in turn, potentially causing illness.

A big contributor to the e-waste problem, ironically, is one of the smallest components of any electronic device — the cords. Just about every new device we purchase comes with a charging cord or another type of connection cable or both. These often are made with the same hazardous materials as the devices to which they are connected. Nonetheless, because they’re not as large, they tend to be overlooked when recycling e-waste. Being more sustainable and responsible when it comes to e-waste means not forgetting about cords and cables.

The accompanying guide created by Cable Leader lists some of the best ideas for recycling cables and cords from your electronic devices. Pay attention to it, and this important element of sustainability won’t be lost in the rush for the next tech product.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 22, 2018 at 5:59 am

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Waterproofing and Energy Preserving House Renovation Techniques

In order to adapt to the ever-changing environment, you have to be flexible. This means that you should always consider novel ways to renovate your home, especially now when we are facing a rapidly deteriorating biosphere and volatile climate conditions. If your own home is ripe for a building project, here are some waterproofing and energy preserving house renovation techniques that are bound to pay off in the long run.

Waterproofing

It starts off with shadow-sums added to your monthly utility bills, and before you know it, you realize the foundation of your house is filled with cracks and they are seeping precious, clean water from the broken pipes. Make sure you hire professionals who can add waterproof coating to both the toilet and the kitchen area. This is where most of the water-related problems tend to occur, and they can stay invisible for a long time, slowly deteriorating the integrity of your walls, and even concrete. While you are at it, look for brand new water conserving fixtures – like low-flow showerheads, faucets and toilets. They are the most viable solutions for you when it comes to both waterproofing and preserving resources – with lower bills as the additional benefit.

The gardening matters

If you have a sizeable backyard, it is certainly prudent to allocate a certain portion of space to a garden in which you can grow your organic produce. In this case, you’ll have to think about reasonable water expenditure, as well as ecologically viable gardening methods. Adding a cistern for rainwater harvesting, which is dedicated to the garden, can truly help out, as you won’t have to spend precious tap water on watering crops. In addition, you can add another cistern which is encased with additional layer of protection through solid bunding and collect compost in it. Without getting into nitty-gritty of it, you can even connect this compost cistern with an outhouse. You get the picture.

Insulation is a life saver

Did you know that at least 50% of your home’s energy consumption (or loss) can be easily attributed to heating and cooling processes? Older homes are especially prone to such financially unsustainable states, so you seriously have to consider proper, solid insulation. Insulation foam is probably the most viable solution when it comes to time and money invested – just find the one that is called – Icynene. The spray foam is elegant, easy to apply and it is solid, however, you need to vacate the premises and hire professionals who will wear appropriate protection gear throughout the process. Of course, since lowering toxic environmental impact is intrinsically connected to energy preservation, you’ll be happy to know there are different kinds of this insolent, and some of the newer generation spray foams are definitely environmentally friendly – like the aforementioned Icynene.

Refurbish with energy stars

Products evolve fast in the competitive market, and the trendiest new attribute most big-name companies have latched onto is “energy efficient”. This bodes well for your energy preserving refurbishing tendencies as you can easily find affordable energy efficient appliances and update your entire household. It is actually rather simple – all you have to do is look for the energy start label on any random piece of equipment that piques your interest. Such products had to be vetted by environmental protection agencies, so you can safely purchase them without thinking it is some sort of superficial marketing ploy.

Renovating your home with cutting-edge green techniques and adding environmentally sensitive facilities to your lot sure sounds like a big investment. In truth, without sugarcoating it, depending on the way you approach these renovations, they can cost you quite a dime, but always bear in mind the fact that you are investing into your future and that many of these new additions to your home can save you a fortune on utility bills as the years roll by.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 22, 2018 at 5:52 am

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Top 10 polluted areas in the UK

It’s easy to forget sometimes that the air we breathe isn’t pure oxygen. It contains thousands of different chemicals including nitrogen oxide (NOx).

Depending on where you live in the UK you could be breathing in much higher levels of NOx than other areas.

Transport is one of the biggest contributors of nitrogen oxide, which is created when fuel is burned at high temperatures.

The health effects of nitrogen oxide can be deadly, and it contributes to thousands of premature deaths across the UK each year. In order to tackle the problem, the government is introducing measures to cut air pollution levels.

In London for example, a toxicity charge of £10 has been brought in for older vehicles that emit higher emissions. This is on top of the existing congestion charge of £11.50 per day.

Electric vehicles could be the answer to cutting the UKs NOx emissions and making the air we breathe cleaner and safer. Many people aren’t sure how electric cars work and are hesitant to make the switch, but many manufacturers are investing in the future of electric transport options and so should we.

To see just how bad the UK’s air pollution problem is Confused.com created an infographic to highlight the top 10 polluted areas in the UK.

UK Air Pollution

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 22, 2018 at 5:43 am

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Eco-Friendly Interior Design: Tips to Go Green at Home

Making your home eco-friendly and introducing sustainable changes might be a lengthy and complicated process, but it’s definitely worth your while as something that might change your entire life for the better. The world we live in today needs our help to survive, and the only way to make a visible difference and stop the negative trends is by introducing eco-friendliness into our daily lives and homes. Interior décor and design are good starting points and ideas we can all turn into positive practices – whether you’re decorating your living room, bedroom or kitchen, you can always incorporate a couple of sustainable and green ideas that are going to make a difference. However, you might be ready to try them out, but aren’t sure how, so here are a few tips to help you raise the level of eco-friendliness at your home in a matter of seconds!

Recycled materials

No matter how big or small they are, frequent home renovations are perfect for all those homeowners who are fed up with their living space and wish to spice it up a little bit. Nevertheless, these can get quite pricey and you’ll have to stretch your budget if you wish to turn all your ideas into reality. That’s why you should think outside the box and find unusual solutions that could turn out to be helpful.

Relying on recycled materials and second-hand resources is the best way to combine sustainability and unusual design. Not only are you going to add something unique to your home, but you’ll also minimize the need for raw materials, and that’s always good. Therefore, start exploring green building materials as soon as possible and keep in mind that some of them – bamboo, recycled plastic, ferrock and straw, among others – are even more durable and sustainable than concrete!

Reused and reupholstered furniture

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The philosophy of recycling goes well beyond building materials and you can accomplish a lot by opting for recycled and reused furniture instead of purchasing new one. Not only are you going to save a ton of money, but also protect some quality pieces from being destroyed and smashed into pieces. Although some people don’t like visiting flea markets and digging for salvaged furniture, it’s the way to go if you wish to become more sustainable.

Another idea you might want to try out is reupholstering your old furniture. This is quite useful when it’s time for a renovation and you need lots and lots of new furniture in a matter of days, but don’t have enough money in your budget for it. Luckily, you can fix and reupholster your old chairs, sofas and coffee tables, giving them a new life, a new look and a new meaning. Keep in mind that a little love goes a long way and all your visitors are going to notice your unique furniture.

Eco-friendly décor

When it comes to decorating your home, you need to keep in mind the number of people that are going to be using a certain area and how much freedom you have decorating it. Namely, the living room is usually the largest room of the house and a place where you entertain your guests and spend time with your family, but it’s also a room that requires a ton of furniture and seating area. That means you won’t have lots of maneuvering space there or space for numerous decorative pieces, so everything you include has to be 100% green.

You can solve a giant decorating problem by throwing an eco-friendly rug into the mix – it’s going to cover the majority of your open space, provide room with lots of color and show your visitors how serious about sustainability you really are. That’s the reason why an appealing jute rug can do wonders for your living room décor, but it will be just as effective in your bedroom or even dining room as well.

Energy-efficient lighting

Let’s be honest: natural lighting is the absolute best type of lighting there is! It’s healthy, regenerating, pleasant and it has the ability to turn your frown upside down immediately – not to mention being absolutely eco-friendly. That’s why you should keep your windows open as much as you can, from the moment you wake up until it’s time to go to bed again. However, not everyone lives in a climate that provides them with enough natural sunlight in their living area every single day, so they need to find other environmentally-safe alternatives for illuminating their homes.

Opting for LED light bulbs instead of those regular old kinds seems like the perfect way to do so. Yes, these might be quite expensive at first, especially if you decide to replace all of the bulbs at your home at once, but can ultimately save you a considerable amount of cash in the long run, and that’s something we all need. So, the plan is quite simple – purchase as many of these LED light bulbs as you can and begin installing them one room at a time, and you’ll notice your electric bill plummeting almost instantly.

Of course, these aren’t the only ways to introduce eco-friendliness into your home, but are the simplest and most effective ones. Some of the things you should also try out include getting some solar panels, using low-VOC wall paint, installing double-glazed windows and bringing in a few plants that are going to make your living space greener in more ways than one!

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 22, 2018 at 5:34 am

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Eco-Friendly Kitchen Remodeling

You want to renovate your dull looking kitchen and upgrade its design to match the current trends, but you are unsure how to achieve this successfully. Luckily, by sticking to a thorough plan and being bold with some creative remodeling ideas, you can create an amazing look. Additionally, opting for eco-friendly materials and décor solutions has become popular among homeowners since it helps both the environment and their budget. In order to help you have the best eco-conscious remodeling project, we have prepared a list of key features you must incorporate into your new design. Let’s take a look and get inspired.

Choose sustainable materials for your cabinets

First things first, feel free to express your care for the environment by opting for cabinetry that is made from sustainable wood sources. For example, make sure you opt for some FSC-approved lumber alternatives that can look and feel better than rosewood or Russian ash which are among the most endangered species today. Additionally, one must also make sure to avoid the use of VOC glues and paint while constructing the kitchen cabinets because these emit toxic fumes that can seriously harm both the nature and your health.

Lighting solutions

The majority of remodelers today know how important it is to invest in smart energy-efficient lighting options in order to reduce their electricity bills. Therefore, it’s high time you switched from your current incandescent bulbs to fluorescent ones and start saving more money while at the same time reducing your carbon footprint. On top of that, these bulbs shine equally as bright as the common ones and last 10 times as long. Finally, if you want to add a touch of drama with some focus lights, we recommend opting for stylish halogen or LED ambient lighting designs.

Kitchen appliances

We all know that the main reason why our electrical bills are so high at the end of the month is because of the devices we use in the kitchen. Luckily, there is an energy-efficient alternative to solve this issue. Energy Star rated appliances represent high-end products that can potentially earn you thousands of dollars yearly in savings. On top of that, they can perform twice as well as the regular ones. Therefore, make sure to switch to Energy Star rated products and help contribute to a more environmentally-responsible society.

Gas vs. electric stoves

Another often asked question by homeowners who want to make their kitchen green is whether to opt for a gas or electric stove. When it comes to electric ones with induction elements, the heat is transferred directly into metal cookware leaving the stove-top feeling cold to the touch. However, their biggest downside is that they spend too much energy. On the other hand, if you want to opt for a more affordable solution, natural gas stoves are the way to go since they can heat up almost instantly and provide a smoother cooking experience. Lastly, if you decide to go with the latter, we recommend investing in a high-quality gas connection and opting for the one that fits your eco-friendly consumption needs the most.

Invest in a water filter

Investing in a quality water filtration system will help you lead a healthier life and won’t be too hard on your wallet. For instance, you can get a regular tap-filter which will instantly purify your drinking water. However, if you want to be certain that the water you and your family drink is absolutely safe, don’t hesitate to go for an activated carbon filter which can remove almost all dangerous bacteria, pesticides and even heavy metals from your tap water.

Green flooring

Last but not least, if you want to add some style to your planet-friendly kitchen, feel free to go for some chic natural flooring alternatives. This season, bamboo is making a big comeback in the interior decor world since it is easy to maintain and very simple to install. Additionally, it creates a traditional feel and brings class to your kitchen design. However, if you want a slightly more practical solution, we advise you to go for linoleum flooring for the kitchen since it offers great protection against moisture, mold and fire.

As you can see, it doesn’t take much effort to turn a dull looking kitchen into a classy eco-friendly one.  All you need to do is make sure to use renewable materials and energy sources. Good luck with your remodeling project.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 14, 2018 at 7:41 am

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Garbage Cities by Berkeley Build

While admittedly recycling rates are improving, and initiatives are being put in place to encourage adopters to be considerate with their rubbish, the world’s overall waste distribution remains a large problem. Each day we face new challenges with recycling such as the recent decision by China, the largest importer of recyclable materials, to ban foreign waste. Berkeley Build, a luxury construction company, decided to embark on a creative project to encourage more people to recycle and warn people of the consequences of their actions. They created three powerful images of famous cityscapes recreated out of recyclable waste. Scenes depict landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty holding a Starbucks cup and a needle, and the Eiffel Tower constructed out of a combination of drink cans, bottles and plastic forks. The images are designed to portray a dystopian outlook and create a shock factor. It has become the norm to see rubbish on the street, food wrappers, cigarette buds, chewing gum but these images take things a little further and show what could happen if we continue to normalise this behaviour and don’t act upon it. The creative works are extreme, but they certainly make a statement.

The landmarks in the images are constructed from waste, not only to make a cultural statement but to also highlight what materials can be recycled. There is much confusion around what you can put in what bins, and the complications and lack of understanding are partially responsible for people shying away from recycling. The images play on people’s favourite brands and act as a visual to educate people on the what type of waste is recyclable. The several page manuals you get are not appealing enough and can over-complicate things, but Berkeley Build thought a shocking visual was more likely to get noticed and draw attention.

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 14, 2018 at 7:31 am

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Tower of Trash

Did you know that the waste in our seas is now twice the size of France?

France is 598 miles long from North to South and it would take 9 hours and 12 minutes to drive the distance. Now, double that… and that’s how much waste is currently in our oceans.

Our planet has a population of over 7.5 billion people and as a result, we dump a massive 2.12 billion tonnes of waste per year. This is partly because 99% of the stuff we buy gets binned within 6 months of purchasing – this doesn't include food, human, electronic or medical waste.

Still struggling to comprehend just how obscene this amount of waste really is? If it continues at its current rate, in 10 years time there could be over 80 million tonnes of plastic floating in our seas – and that figure will continue to increase if no real action is taken soon. To put that into perspective, that’s almost 17 times bigger than the Empire State Building in New York City, which is 443 metres tall – big, right?

It is also estimated that up to 267 marine species are affected by plastic pollution within the ocean – and that’s just in the South Pacific Garbage Patch.

Here are a few ways you can help our oceans and reduce your own plastic waste footprint:

  • Stop using plastic straws – They can easily get stuck in the mouths and noses of sea creatures and get mistaken for food
  • Reuse your shopping bags – A simple way to cut plastic usage is to reuse your shopping bags
  • Give up gum – Gum is made of a synthetic rubber aka plastic
  • Purchase products in boxes, not plastic bottles – Cardboard decomposes so it is far better for our environment
  • Eat fresh produce that doesn’t come in plastic cartons and boxes – This will work out better for you as you’ll be eating fresh produce and also saving the planet. A win, win situation!

Take a look at this graphic from Eco2Greetings that shows how much waste will end up in our oceans if no action is taken.

Tower of Trash Eco2

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 14, 2018 at 7:26 am

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Shifting Trends of Global Energy Usage

The way in which we power our everyday lives has changed rapidly over the past few decades. Projections show that the global primary energy demand will have risen from 17m terajoules in 1850 (the aftermath of the industrial revolution) to 718m terajoules by 2050.

While demand is rising, driven mainly by developing economies, factors such as growing environmental concerns have prompted a shifting trend in how this growing need for energy is met.

One of the ways these changes are being tracked is through a ‘Global Energy Architecture’ which monitors the effectiveness of each country’s contribution to this move away from fossil fuels and other environmentally harmful methods of powering our world.

This concept was devised after the 2012 World Economic Forum (WEF) and since then, WEF and Accenture have compiled data on 127 countries year-on-year. These nations are rated on the following criteria: Economic Growth & Development, Environmental Sustainability and Energy Security & Access.

From these figures we’re able to determine the most and least energy efficient countries around the world.

Issues remain, however, ranging from resource and supply chain implications to roadblocks in the advocation of electrification and decarbonisation. The hope is that, through a collaboration spanning multiple nations, a course of action can be agreed upon to meet these problems head on.

Despite these setbacks, real progress is being made. Coal’s demand is due to peak by 2028, gas by 2035 and oil by 2037. This means that by 2030, we’re likely to see a real drop off in fossil fuel usage and – with advancing technology and affordability in renewables – the world seems set for a greener future.

The following infographic, courtesy of Roof Stores, tracks these shifting trends in energy usage and investigates how things will change in the coming decades on a global scale.

Global Energy Architecture

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Posted by Eco Warrior - May 14, 2018 at 7:16 am

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