British Supermarket Chain Vows to Eliminate Plastic Packaging

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Beijing to Eliminate Gridlock by Cutting Vehicle Registrations by 2/3

December 30, 2010 by  
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Gridlock in and around Beijing, China is a huge problem — earlier this year a traffic jam outside of the city stretched for 60 miles and lasted ten days . Fortunately, the Chinese government is about to take some huge steps to try to curb it — they’ve just announced that in 2011 a license plate lottery system will be imposed on new vehicle registrations and the total number of new registrations allowed will be roughly 1/3 of the 2010 total of 700,000

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Solar-Powered Hydroleaf Shelter Collects Light and Water

December 30, 2010 by  
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Good design often tackles multiple issues with one swoop, and good green design does this while helping to create a better world. The Hydroleaf is a striking design that is part bus shelter, part street light, part rain catchment system, and — get this — part water dispenser . Conceived by Iranian Industrial Design student Mostafa Bonakdar the Hydroleaf is intended to be used in developing arid regions.

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