Infiltration Alert

Home improvement, home security, technology, green and simple living, and business.

Category: Green/Sustainability

The Green Trend: Does everything need to be green?

The green trend has always been popular in today’s post modern age. With the rise of industrialization, many businesses and companies have been wary about their future expenses so most of them invest in eco-friendly ideas to cut down costs, boost their net income and conserve what’s left of Mother Nature. There’s nothing wrong with going green especially when you’re trying to allocate the necessary amount of resources for your future benefits. In fact, many people have realized the significance of green technology since it continuously reduces the accumulation of toxic wastes that have a direct effect on their health.

Green Tech

Image: Totally Green

Green technology puts emphasis in the conservation of energy and minimization of overspending by maximizing the use of natural resources. How many times have you encountered different organizations and agencies advocate the same objective in print, broadcast and online media? Surely, the battle between innovation and traditional means of environmental conservation have come a long way and the invention of solar, wind and water-powered devices have successfully penetrated the market until now to prove that the green technology is becoming more in demand as time goes by. Continue reading

Top Three Reasons Why ‘Going Green’ Is Not Just a Fad

Aside from the rise of a generation of teenagers that like to take pictures of themselves every two hours, one of the defining trends of the century is an increasing awareness of the degradation of the environment. But some people think this is just a phase in human history and in the end consumerism will prove timeless. What these people have not considered is that there are unnoticed but very fundamental reasons why the Going Green initiative is not just a passing fancy, but an evolutionary response.

3. People do not like wars
War is very expensive, deadly, and morally ambiguous. Despite these reasons, monarchies, governments, and corporations have been known to start wars over legitimate sounding reasons such as religion, social revolution, and even revenge. Of course, there were wars fought over not-so-legitimate reasons such as drunken soldiers, a woman whose face is apparently a port, and even a golden toilet. But would you believe that wars have been started and are threatening to be started over the environment? More particularly, even in our present democratic world, wars are brewing over increasingly inadequate resources. Continue reading

© 2017 Infiltration Alert

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑