Fuel cells: A $2 billion secret of the clean economy

January 13, 2016 by  
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While the expectation was that fuel cells would take off as an alternative fuel source for autos, they have created a $2 billion market for themselves, off road.

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Are energy-saving settings bad for the environment?

January 13, 2016 by  
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“Eco modes” ostensibly reduce environmental impact — but only if people use them.

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What Oat Hulls Can Teach Us About Tapping Employees’ Innovation

February 22, 2012 by  
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John Hellweg, recently retired from General Mills, shares the effort it took to complete a nearly 25-year-long process to turn a waste stream into a fuel source.

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How Autodesk Cut its Data Center Energy Use by 62 Percent

February 22, 2012 by  
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The CIO of the sustainbility-minded design software firm walks through the strategy, hardware and software behind a data center retrofit that will save Autodesk $7 million a year.

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HORTUS is a Crazy Greenhouse Contraption of 300+ Algae-Filled Bags

January 23, 2012 by  
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HORTUS — or Hydro Organisms Responsive To Urban Stimuli — is a crazy new exhibit in London made up of 325 transparent bags of algae hanging from the ceiling via a network of ropes. Long plastic tubes hang from the bags and visitors are instructed to blow into them to feed the algae — which ranges in color from dark green, to pink, to brown — with their breath. Devised by the  Architectural Association School of Architecture , the crazy algae greenhouse is a way for visitors to use their own carbon emissions to foster new life. Read the rest of HORTUS is a Crazy Greenhouse Contraption of 300+ Algae-Filled Bags Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: algae , algae art , algae art exhibit , algae fuel , algae greenhouse , Architectural Association , architectural association school of architecture , architectural design , eco logic studio , fuel source , green art , greenhouse , greenhouse architecture , hortus , London , sustainable art , Urban design , urban greenhouse

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How Would You Build the Gas Stations of the Future?

February 24, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Good In the future, calling them gas stations will probably be a misnomer: In all likelihood, fueling stations will not be dispensing fossil fuels. What fuel source we will rely on—and how it will be distributed—however, has yet to be determined. In the meantime, Good wants to see your vision …

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