From Atlanta to Denver, Emrgy offers plug-and-play hope for hydropower

March 13, 2018 by  
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CEO Emily Morris is proving there’s a market for distributed energy that harnesses clean power from canals.

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Report Report: Low-carbon banking, plant-based economics, private-sector collaboration

March 13, 2018 by  
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The latest crop of research reports on sustainable business and cleantech topics.

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Can this tree provide financial security for 10 million people in Africa?

June 8, 2015 by  
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Money sadly doesn’t grow on trees. However, what does grow on trees can earn a person quite a bit of money, if there is a market for it. An icon of the African savanna, the baobab tree is well-established in varied ecosystems. The fruit and leaves of the baobab are very nutritious and easily cultivated, even in dry environments where traditional agriculture is not possible. Despite enormous potential, there is not yet a global market for baobab. London-based Aduna aspires to create such a market as a means to alleviate poverty and empower rural African communities. Read the rest of Can this tree provide financial security for 10 million people in Africa? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Aduna , Africa , African ecosystem , African savanna , African savannah , baobab , baobab fruit , baobab leaves , Baobab tree , local food , rural Africa , social entrepreneurship , sustainable food , wild food

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Researchers Predict Nearly 100 Million Driverless Cars Will Sell Each Year by 2035

August 20, 2013 by  
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Their very existence may still seem somewhat improbable, but a new report by Navigant Research shows that by 2035, there could be as many as 95.4 million driverless cars invading roads across the globe. That is roughly 35 million more cars than are currently produced each year, according to The Motherboard , and doesn’t account for “normal” or used cars that will still be sold each year. Read the rest of Researchers Predict Nearly 100 Million Driverless Cars Will Sell Each Year by 2035 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: automonous driving , china market for driverless cars , driverless cars , electric vehicles , elon musk , future of transportation , Google driverless cars , green transportation , Hyperloop , insurance for autonomous drivers , Navigant Research        

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World’s First Carbon Capture and Storage Project in Basalt Begins in USA

October 27, 2010 by  
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Washington state’s Department of Ecology has just granted the permit for the world’s first pilot test of carbon capture and sequestration in continental flood basalt near a paper mill in Wallula. With the permit approved, the Wallula pilot will start injecting 1,000 tons of CO 2 into a 4,000-foot well at Wallula, Washington, by January. It will take about two weeks.

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Passive Solar Glass Roofing Tiles

October 25, 2010 by  
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Interested in re-roofing your house? Or building a home and wondering what roofing system to go with? Check this out… Swedish company SolTech Energy has developed some cool-looking, award-winning solar glass roofing tiles.

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