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Attitudes Toward Genetically Modified Foods are Changing, According to World’s Largest Purveyor of GMOs
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Soybeans are one of the world’s most genetically modified crops. Photo credit: Clearly Ambiguous via Flickr Food security is becoming a bigger and bigger part of the global food discussion, and for good reason — it’s a big challenge that’s only going to continue to grow, and there’s even a dedicated conference for it next week.
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It’s an idea that just seems to make a certain amount of sense: cities need streetlights, and cities need places for people to throw away their trash. Streetlights, which must stay on all night (unless they’re these nifty sensor controlled ones ), are a pretty sizable energy drain
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Streetlights of the Future to be Powered by Trash