The Green Living Carnival – 10th Edition
Welcome to the tenth edition of the Green Living Carnival! It is a weekly blog carnival featuring articles on sustainability, energy efficiency, and green living.
Mike Sandru from Green Optimistic writes about Energy Floors that turn kinetic energy into electricity. These floors are used at dance floors, sports arenas and running tacks to transform human movement into electricity.
Tim McDonell and James West from Mother Jones write about the fact that we have Hit the Carbon Level We Were Warned About and what that means. The level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is at the highest it has been in 4.5 million years.
Jeff McIntitre from Sustainablog presents the first Restaurant Roof in the U.S. Made Entirely of Solar Panels. This restaurant in St. Louis uses translucent solar cells to not only capture energy, but to also let natural light inside the restaurant.
Stephen Lacy from Green Tech Media presents Innovations Reshaping the Energy Efficiency Market. Data monitoring and analysis can be used to asses the efficieny of a particular energy conservation measure.
That concludes this edition. Past posts can be found on our blog carnival index page.