A microgrid grows in Brooklyn — is this the future of energy?

July 11, 2017 by  
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A closely watched prototype from startup L03 Energy has transformed a local neighborhood into a test hub for trading power locally.

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A microgrid grows in Brooklyn — is this the future of energy?

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A closely watched prototype from startup L03 Energy has transformed a local neighborhood into a test hub for trading power locally.

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Turning dirt into climate goals via carbon farming

July 11, 2017 by  
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Hawaii’s commitments to a low-carbon future include a task force that will identify agricultural and aquacultural practices to improve soil health, increase climate resiliency, and improve carbon sequestration.

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Turning dirt into climate goals via carbon farming

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Hawaii’s commitments to a low-carbon future include a task force that will identify agricultural and aquacultural practices to improve soil health, increase climate resiliency, and improve carbon sequestration.

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Tennessee bag ladies recycle 52,000 plastic bags to help the homeless

September 25, 2016 by  
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  A church group from Tennessee has transformed over 52,000 plastic grocery bags into sleeping mats that keep the homeless population warm and dry at night. The group formed in 2015 when their congregation learned that homeless members of the community were being forced to sleep along the soggy banks of the Mississippi River. Read on to learn about the fascinating process they use to transform waste plastic into usable yarn.

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Verizon CSO Jim Gowen: Secrets to a green strategy that works

April 11, 2012 by  
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In a few short years, Verizon's CSO Jim Gowen has transformed the company into a model of sustainability. Here he spells out his recipe for success. 

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Beautiful Macro Photography of The World Viewed Through Dew Drops (Slideshow)

December 1, 2009 by  
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Photos via Steve There’s nothing that feels quite so fresh as drops of dew on flower petals. Steve, a photographer whose photos we found on Flickr, has transformed getting up close to these dew drops into an art. This gorgeous image of dew on a stem is just the beginning of the incredible world..

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