Claire is a junior student studying mechanical engineering at Northwestern University. Passionate about the environment, Claire demonstrates her commitment to sustainability through her involvement in Engineers for a Sustainable World. When not working on problem sets, she can be found shooting at the archery range or reading one of her many books.
Content by Claire Loe
Water is a renewable resource, but it is not an infinite one. All around the globe, various communities and entire nations struggle to find an adequate supply of fresh water.
One hurdle that general acceptance of renewable has had to overcome is the problem of aesthetics.
Have you ever tried to put ketchup on your fries, only to have it get stuck to the bottle and take ages to come out?
When thinking of renewable energy sources, people generally think of solar, wind and water. But, there's a new energy source that is emerging on the market: the moon.
Aluminum, copper, silver, gold, platinum. Lanthanum, Europium, Neodymium, Gadolinium.