Poop-Fueled Batteries May Be Available for Home Use in 5 Years

August 23, 2011 by  
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Raw sewage stinks, but did you know it is actually a hot commodity? Gaseous wastewater has the potential to be converted into energy-packed biofuel, powering city facilities worldwide. Soon, that noxious wastewater you’ve held your breath over could help power your home appliances through microbial fuel cell batteries! Read the rest of Poop-Fueled Batteries May Be Available for Home Use in 5 Years Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bioegas fuel cell , bioenergy , biofuel , Bruce Logan , raw sewage , renewable energy , wastewater treatment

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FARM:London Creates an Urban Food Production Hub in Dalston

August 23, 2011 by  
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Urban farming projects are popping everywhere ! A derelict shop in Dalston, London, is yet another site set on urban rejuvenation with its innovative  FARM: project. The project, which has transformed an entire four story space, is now home to an urban food ‘hub’ complete with a cafe, arts venue, mini ‘aquaponic’ fish farm, indoor allotments and rooftop chicken coops. Launched in 2010, FARM: is bringing the rural to the urban, with the intention of  growing as much food as possible in every corner of the building. Read the rest of FARM:London Creates an Urban Food Production Hub in Dalston Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: city farming , converted urban farm , derelict converted farm , farm shop dalston , Farm shop london , urban farming london , urban gardening

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Russia Green Lights $65 Billion Siberia-Alaska Rail and Tunnel to Bridge the Bering Strait!

August 23, 2011 by  
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In what could certainly be one of the boldest infrastructure developments ever announced, the Russian Government has given the go-ahead to build a transcontinental railway linking Siberia with North America. The massive undertaking would traverse the Bering Strait with the world’s longest tunnel – a project twice the length of the Chunnel between England and France. The $65 billion project aims to feed North America with raw goods from the Siberian interior and beyond, but it could also provide a key link to developing a robust renewable energy transmission corridor that feeds wind and tidal power across vast distances while linking a railway network across 3/4 of the Northern Hemisphere. Read the rest of Russia Green Lights $65 Billion Siberia-Alaska Rail and Tunnel to Bridge the Bering Strait! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Bering Strait railway , green energy transmission , high speed rail system , russian rail way expantion , Russian railway , Siberian Alaska railway , tidal power , transcontinental railway , world longed proposed tunnel

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Farmland World is a Colorful Eco Amusement Park That Teaches Us About Our Food

August 23, 2011 by  
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