Livestock Emissions

Greenhouse gasses (GHG) seem to be at the front of emissions discussions year over year.   When discussing the topic and contributing factors, we hear about transportation, industrial usage, residential usage, and deforestation – but what about agricultural effects?  According to the EPA, agriculture accounted for nearly 10% of the US Greenhouse gas emissions in 2019.  […]

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Planes, Trains, and now Electric Automobiles?

One of the themes of this unprecedented 2020 calendar year continues to be concentrating on becoming more efficient. Workplace efficiency, fuel efficiency, emission efficiency, and time efficiency are a few examples of topics at the forefront of the business world.   Apple has identified an opportunity to aid in all different industries across all levels.

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Oil drive vs. Electric ride

Governor Wolf is attempting to “clean up” Pennsylvania’s emissions.  His new Executive Order will require 25% of government vehicles to be replaced by electric vehicle by 2025.  The big push for this change is mostly financially motivated, as it is projected to gain the state just under 3 billion dollars in subsidies due to a […]

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