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Read an eBook

Buy eBooks and read them on an eBook reader. In this way, you save on paper consumption, ink, and also on the transportation of the book. With an eBook reader you can carry hundreds of books, which weight less than one paper book. You can also purchase eBooks straight from your computer and download it instantly.

Smart Lighting

Replace incandescent light bulbs with low power lamps. For the same amount of light intensity, these lamps save up to 80% on energy and last about 8 times as long. Prioritize by first changing the lights that remain on for the longest time.

Fishery Resources

Three-fourths of the fishery resources are exhausted.

Insulating Your Heater

Protect your heater with an insulating cover, will reduce 400kg of CO2 per year.

Sun Energy

The sun produces in one hour what the world can in one year.

Green Roofs & Your Property

A green roof increases the life of a property up to 30%.

World Resources & Consumption

20% of the population consumes the 80% of the resources.

Emissions from Buildings and Houses

40% of the emissions come from buildings and houses.

Green Roofs and Water Conservation

A green roof can hold up to 40 liters per m2 in a natural way.

Garbage in Dumps

507 tons of garbage has been thrown into dumps by the time you end up reading this.

Green Roofs, Oxigen, Dust, & Harmful Gasses

1 m2 of green roof generates the air that one person consumes in one year, holds 130 grams of dust per year, and filtrates 30kg of harmful gases in one year

Bottles in the Trash

1,500 bottles are thrown to the trash every second.

Trees and our Air Consumption

We need to plant 6 trees and keep them alive for 30 years to compensate our air consumption.

Ecological systems & Property Value

A property equipped with ecological systems, as solar energy, water recycling, green roof, water savers, etc, increases its value from a 15% to a 20%.

Drinking Water, Where Does it Go?

From the total of drinkable water that a country consumes, 40% ends up as sewage and 35% as greywaters.

Water & Our Planet

Our planet is mostly covered by water, only 3% is potable and 2% is found frozen.

Green Roofs and Heat Reduction

A green roof generates 60% less heat than a traditional roof with insulation.

Gas & CO2

Every liter of gas consumed produces 11 kg of CO2 to the atmosphere.

Average Person & Garbage Generation

An average person generates 300kg of garbage per year.

Water in Mexico & Agriculture

60% of the water in Mexico is employed to the agriculture.

Climate Changes & Human Changes

If the climate changed, why we didn’t?

Proportional Potable Water

If all the water on Earth could fill in a bucket, only a tea spoon of it would be potable.

Recycle Aluminum

Did you know that recycling one can of aluminum can save as much energy as to power a TV for 3.5 hours? To create a new aluminum can requires great quantities of raw materials (Bauxtia) that are not abundant in nature and that cause great pollution.

While brushing your teeth!

Brushing your teeth with the water flowing consumes 15 liters, but if you do not let the water run you will be consuming just 0.9L.

Photovoltaic systems and CO2 Emissions

During the useful life of each 100kwh photovoltaic system, you prevent the emission of 84 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere

80% of Energy from Fossil Fuels

80% of the energy comes from fossils fuel. In Mexico, only the 3.3% of the energy is renewable.

Global Warming and Sea Levels

Global Warming will represent an increase of 4.5ºC and the sea level will raise 10cm this century.