This is the official re-launch of my series Green Gadget Spotlight, among the missing for far too long. This series will focus on the latest eco-innovations and green gadgets and will hopefully provide you with fun, interesting and useful information. Be sure to come back and see what’s next in this series! For those who’ve [...]
About Debra Atlas
Debra Atlas has written 7 articles so far, you can find them below.
When it comes to green, tea kettles aren’t usually part of the mix. But the ECO 3 Kettle will have green-minded tea lovers applauding. This new innovative tea kettle lets you boil only the amount of water you need. That means an energy and water savings, so watch those utility bills go down!
Just about everyone loves a good cup of coffee. Over 1 billion cups are consumed each day. The coffee industry – like many in today’s economy – is looking for the latest way to entice customers to imbibe the latest, better-for you cup o’ joe. I recently had the opportunity to test one of these called BSkinny or [...]
An important study released on February 22nd by the United Nations reports that the growing amount of e-waste could increase by as much as 500% over the coming decade! Image Microsystems is facing this challenge head-on.
Welcome to the first of an on-going series focused on some amazingly innovative, eco-friendly gadgets. What you’ll find here are new-to-market, moderately priced products that really do something useful. I’ve tested or in some fashion put my hands on a sample of everything you’ll see here. verifying they live up to what the company says they can do. You won’t see greenwashing here! So here we [...]
This past December, the United Nations Human Rights Council’s (UNHRC) Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) found that Japanese authorities breached the rights of two Greenpeace activists who had uncovered corruption in the Japanese whaling program.
Our world’s oceans are in crisis. The fish we used to savor at our dinnertables are being threatened by factors ranging from the “plastic vortex” to mercury contamination. In 2006, a stunning four-year study was released in the journal Science that predicted the world would run out of wild-caught seafood in 2048. Overfishing was one of the major factors scientists pointed to as a cause of fisheries [...]