Regenerative agriculture entails implementing better practices on agricultural land. It involves facilitating soil health and restoring long-term resilience to the land while fostering diversity and system health. These farming practices can improve the value of land as well as provide additional external benefits such as improved water quality and sequestered carbon.
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Green Resiliency is the unique opportunity to increase energy resilience with reliable, renewable power. Renewable energy resources have long been recognized for their ability to harness energy from naturally replenished resources such as solar, wind, tides, geothermal and biomass. What has become clear is the benefits to organizations from pairing those renewable sources (such as solar and wind) with battery
From fueling our businesses to powering our technologies, energy has always been a vital part of society. Yet, energy use and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions can pose significant challenges to communities, homeowners and renters, and business owners. With the increasingly visible impact of a changing climate including the worsening frequency and intensity of disasters, it is abundantly clear that,
From a federal government standpoint, there’s a renewed focus on combating global climate change. And for those of you handling methane product, that means a rise in regulatory oversight. You’re being tasked with reducing your greenhouse gas emissions, so you need an efficient, cost-effective method for detecting smaller leaks over larger areas. Montrose Environmental Group has developed such a method