The Eiffel Tower Just Got A Wind Turbine Makeover

As part of its first major retrofit in 30 years, two custom-designed wind turbines have started generating power for the Eiffel Tower. Located above the World Heritage Site’s second level, about 400 feet off the ground, the sculptural wind turbines are now producing 10,000 kWh of electricity annually, equivalent to… Continue reading

Tiny Houses For Homeless People Put Roofs Over Heads In Time For The Holidays

A joint effort between activists and homeless residents, OM Build hopes to complete the next phase of the project — six more homes, a bathroom and community room complete with kitchen and laundry facilities — by spring, according to Al Jazeera. Read more:

Ancient Settlement Discovered Off Greek Island Of Delos

Divers from the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the Greek Ministry of Culture discovered large stones, columns, clay pots, and the remnants of a kiln at a depth of just six feet, according to English language media outlet the Greek Reporter.“Similar workshops have been found in Pompeii and Herculaneum,” the… Continue reading

Huge New Area Soon To Open For Offshore Wind Power In New England

On January 29, the Department of Interior (DOI) will auction off the largest area of federal waters in the nation for the development of offshore wind power. More than 742,000 acres, or over 1,160 square miles, will be offered for wind development off the coast of Massachusetts. While the U.S…. Continue reading

Benefits of Offshore Wind in the Atlantic Surpass Oil and Gas

Oceana’s report finds that offshore wind would produce twice the number of jobs and twice the amount of energy as offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean. Read more:

Rare Red Fox Spotted at Yosemite for the First Time in 100 Years

The sighting of a rare Sierra Nevada red fox in Yosemite National Park for the first time in 100 years has caused a major stir among park officials and wildlife enthusiasts who hope to see these foxes return. Read more:

Sea Shepherd to Build “Game Changing” Ship Thanks to Huge Donation

The battle against illegal whaling just took a turn for the good guys. The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS), longtime warriors against the illegal slaughter of marine animals, just got an incredible donation. It will use the money to fund a new ship for its fleet. Better, stronger, faster —… Continue reading