How going green is making Rust Belt cities more liveable, sustainable

June 21, 2016 by  
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In Rust Belt cities like Gary, Indiana, green initiatives are not only benefitting the environment, but also the economy.

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How Rust Belt cities are boosting sustainability

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In places like Gary, Indiana, green initiatives are benefiting the environment and the economy.

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Todmorden, UK Expands Edible Garden Initiative With Flourishing Aqua Farm

April 21, 2014 by  
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The British town of Todmorden has already made name for itself by sprouting edible plants up and down its streets – and the city recently received a grant of over £500,000 to expand their edible initiatives with a new Aqua Garden . Completed by Green Future Builders the Aqua Garden cultivates plants and veggies using highly efficient, water-saving gardening methods. Read the rest of Todmorden, UK Expands Edible Garden Initiative With Flourishing Aqua Farm Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Aqua farm , aqua-ponics , eco design , edible towns , green initiatives , incredible edible todmorden , sustainable cities , sustainable farm , urban farm

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Glad’s Brilliant Trash Bag Tent Could Solve the Waste Problem at Music Festivals

May 9, 2013 by  
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California-based company Glad may specialize in dustbin liners and food storage containers, but they recently unveiled a brilliant one-person trash bag tent for camping , music festivals and other outdoor events. The concept was launched at the SXSW 2013 music festival in Austin, Texas, where tents were distributed to campers and festival attendees on the condition that they would use them after the festival as garbage receptacles for cleaning up their campsite. Read the rest of Glad’s Brilliant Trash Bag Tent Could Solve the Waste Problem at Music Festivals Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: camping tents , ForceFlex trash bags , Glad trash bags , green initiatives , green tent design , music festival tents , music festivals waste , SXSW 2013 music festival , tent design , tents , waste collection , waste control , waste reduction initiatives        

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Simple steps to a greener cloud

April 24, 2012 by  
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Greenpeace's latest volley in the battle to clean up data centers' energy act highlights the importance of green initiatives for cloud providers and cloud customers alike.

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US Army Gets Takes a Plug-In Hybrid Electric Armored Vehicle for a Test Run

December 16, 2011 by  
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The Army has just received the first prototype of a plug-in hybrid electric armored vehicle at their U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) in Warren, Michigan. The vehicle, dubbed the FED Bravo, was developed by an outside company and is going to help the Army test fuel efficiency in military vehicles with possible widespread adoption in the future. It is the second in the line of fuel-efficient armored vehicles that the Army has tested — the first was the FED Alpha, a humvee that burns 70% less fuel. Read the rest of US Army Gets Takes a Plug-In Hybrid Electric Armored Vehicle for a Test Run Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: armored car , armored vehicle , army automobiles , Army hybrid , army tank , army vehicle , electric car , electric vehicle , Green Automobiles , green cars , green initiatives , green vehicles , hybrid electric vehicle , military hybrid , military vehicles , plug in electric vehicle , plug in hybrid electric , plug-in car , tank

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Park(ing) Day 2011: Pop-Up Parks Spring Up Around the World – Exclusive Photos!

September 17, 2011 by  
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Sports Teams Growing Green Thumbs

May 27, 2011 by  
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While the trend to going green may have been met with some hesitation in some circles, it has been picking up steam in the world of professional and collegiate sports in recent years. Professional sports teams in recent years have jumped on the green bandwagon to satisfy the green demands of many fans; along the way, the teams have teamed up with non-traditional sponsors and trimmed costs too

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Turkey Hill Announces It Will Make Ice Cream Powered by the Wind

March 25, 2011 by  
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Turkey Hill — the United States’ fourth largest ice cream maker — has announced that it will be powering one fourth of their ice cream manufacturing with wind power . The company’s Pennsylvania factory will get an average of 25% of its yearly power from the new wind turbine project at Frey Farm on Turkey Hill along the banks of the Susquehanna River near its factory

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