Stunning Solar Powered Gateway Unveiled for Nigerian Capital

March 26, 2010 by  
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This stunning solar powered gateway will soon welcome visitors and residents to Abuja, Nigeria. Evoking the shape of the traditional Nigerian bow harp, the design connects the new Abuja Airport to the city proper on the opposite side of the freeway and comes complete with green roofs , a giant solar canopy and bricks made from the local laterite clay

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City of Seoul Transforms Freeway Into a River (Video)

February 18, 2010 by  
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Image via Fast Company Long ago in Seoul, South Korea city planners paved right over a natural stream to put in a road. It stayed that way for decades, becoming a freeway and adding to the traffic congestion in the burgeoning metropolis.

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Cows Fed Biodiesel Waste and Beef Gets Recalled

February 18, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Grist It may sound strange, but cutting into the industrial feed business—in which companies sell their unwanted byproducts to feedlots as food—is a competitive prospect. One of the latest entrants are biodiesel producers who want to sell glycerin for use in livestock feed ….

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Uganda: Anything But Gas Flaring, Please

February 18, 2010 by  
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Photo: Wikipedia , Public domain So Wasteful and Inelegant Gas flaring has apparently been approved by the government of Uganda for a new oil project by British oil exploration company Tullow Oil.

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Obama’s ‘Green’ Stimulus: Did it Work?

February 18, 2010 by  
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Photo via Huffington Post We made a lot of noise about Obama investing heavily (or at least more heavily than US presidents are typically wont to do) in ‘green’ ventures when the stimulus bill was passed last year. It depends on how you tally it, but there was some $60-80 billion in there for R&D for clean technology, green jobs and energy efficiency initiatives, and a number of related

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