This week the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) began in Glasgow. With the mission to ‘bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change,’ the summit is inspiring hope worldwide. Through collaboration between governments, businesses and civil society, the summit hopes to work together to tackle the climate crisis as quickly as possible.
Part of the Solution
Not only are we thrilled that a strong Israeli delegation is attending COP26, but we are also honored to have been a part of their preparation process.
HomeBiogas had the opportunity to present our technological solutions to Israel’s COP26 delegation, including President Isaac Herzog, Tamar Zandberg, Israel’s Minister of Environmental Protection and Karine Elharrar, Israel’s Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources.
We strongly believe that creating innovative technology is key to overcoming the climate crisis and we are proud that Israel, known as the Start-Up Nation, is proving to be up for this important challenge!
United and Hopeful
We are hopeful that as the world’s most significant summit on climate change progresses, our leaders, along with some of the brightest minds in the field, will continue to forge a global response to the escalating climate emergency.
We are eager to see the impact that the COP26 summit will have on tackling climate change for years to come and we are optimistic that the conference will inspire more people across the world to take personal responsibility for our environment.
Ready to embrace change and be a part of the solution? See how HomeBiogas can enable you to minimize your waste and create renewable energy at home!
Most people take hot water, indoor plumbing, and flushing toilets for granted, but things aren’t always that easy. Outside centralized sewers, managing waste and wastewater can be a challenge all year round, and having the right equipment can become a game-changer for homeowners. Off-grid toilets and sanitation systems make waste management easier while providing comfort and sustainable solutions. You can pick from multiple systems, from flush toilets to compost toilets to waterless toilets. This blog post will tell you everything you need to know to make an educated decision for your homestead.
At HomeBiogas, we are taking responsibility for our planet together with our customers. They are visionaries, changemakers and inspiring people creating a positive future for us all. We are thankful to our wonderfully courageous customers, and we are proud to share their stories.
Modern homesteading isn’t necessarily rural farming or living off-grid. While these concepts can overlap, homesteading is not as much about isolating yourself from the rest of the world. The idea behind this shift is mostly about living independently, whether you own land to cultivate acres of crops or live in a small apartment and grow plants on your balcony. Homesteading had an unexpected comeback when the pandemic hit, as people had to slow down and find ways to provide for themselves and their families despite shortages and lockdowns.
Farmers have been using cow manure as compost for many years, thanks to its ability to fertilize the soil and improve crop quality. By continuing this practice, you can boost your garden while reducing the environmental impact of cow waste. However, you can’t simply take the organic matter and spread it on your soil. You need to let the manure compost before using it as fertilizer. Here’s all you need to know about composting cow manure and its benefits.