Global warming may be fueling the growing scourge of biting insects. Going solar would be a smart part of the solution.
While scientists may argue over the degree to which the rise in bugs is directly related to the heating planet, the headlines last week were ominous: "Tick and Mosquito Infections Spreading Rapidly, C.D.C. Finds." "Illnesses From Pests More Than Triple." All it takes is a walk in your back yard to confirm: the ticks are back with a vengeance, this year poised to be worse than any previous.
At Solaflect, we're passionate about making the planet a better place for our kids. No, really: our work to develop cutting edge, affordable renewable energy solutions is driven by a fervent desire to counter the threat of climate change (and all the creepy crawlies that it may be bringing) with actions that make a difference to all of us.
Nobody wants ticks, ash borers, and mosquitoes taking over the neighborhood -- but those are just symptoms of something much bigger and more disturbing taking place, and they're timely if painful reminders that the clock is ticking, and that our work to put a solar tracker in every backyard really can make a difference.
Get in touch with us to find out if backyard solar could be your way to help combat climate change -- and maybe, just maybe, do your part to keep those pesky the ticks at bay...