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The Arcimoto Deliverator Could Be The Ultimate Last Mile Delivery Vehicle

Arcimoto DeliveratorArcimoto unveiled the prototype of a last mile delivery version of its Fun Utility Vehicle last year and is back with a sleeker, more refined version of the Deliverator. CleanTechnica spoke with Arcimoto CEO Mark Frohnmayer to get the inside scoop on the new build and on Arcimoto as a whole

Seven of the best new documentaries about global warming – Yale Climate Connections

(Photo: Courtesy of Daisy Simmons) NEVADA CITY, CALIF. “It’s not easy to watch.” That was a recurring introductory remark at screenings during the recent 2020 Wild & Scenic Film Festival. Held each year in the bucolic foothills of the Sierra,…

Climate Alarmists Are Now Coming For Your Streaming TV

Netflix is having a chilling impact on the environment, a new study finds. Climate scientists are railing against streaming TV and movie services, which they’re calling “a waste of resources at all levels.” Researchers estimate that watching a half-hour show…

CNN Hits Amazon, Customers With Eco Guilt Trip On Prime Day

Just as the online retailer Amazon hoped to entice millions of its Prime members to spend on Prime Day, CNN launched an attack on “fast, free shipping” for not being environmentally friendly. Senior economics writer Lydia DePillis complained July 15 that fast…

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DoneGood challenges Amazon Prime Days with rival discounts that help the planet

DoneGood, an e-commerce platform, is taking the ‘high road’ by offering exclusively ethical brands, but it isn’t above aiming to steal the loyalty of its competitor’s customers on the highly anticipated Amazon Prime Day.

Does Amazon Prime have to be so wasteful?

Amazon Prime is an undeniable customer favorite. One of Amazon.com’s most popular options, Amazon Prime offers free one- or two-day shipping on many items, along with video and music streaming in addition to other services, all for $119 a year….

Looks like we're going to be chicken farmers

I recently returned home from an international business trip to the news that we would have seven more mouths to feed. My wife Elizabeth greeted me at the airport and, once I was in the car and buckled up, turned…

Silicon Valley Begged for Government Intervention in Their Industry, and They May Soon Get It Good and Hard

Readers of this blog know that I have always been skeptical of the value of net neutrality rules.   I see the Internet just like any other vertical value chain with multiple players, which we might oversimplify as content providers who…