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If you haven’t already heard of Ryan Hickman and his recycling company, it’s time to get this 7-year-old on your radar. His environmental journey all began a few years ago, when young Ryan visited a local recycling facility with his father….
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Comments Off on 15 trends conservationists should pay attention to — but aren’t
If artificial glaciers, islands and intelligence aren’t on your radar, maybe they should be.
15 trends conservationists should pay attention to — but aren’t
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Comments Off on Ford’s new headlights can automatically shine a light on pedestrians and animals
Click here to view the embedded video. Driving at night can be a bit unnerving on unlit roads, since potential hazards can be difficult to see. Ford has revealed that its engineers are working on new advanced headlights that use radar and infra-red camera systems to detect pedestrians and animals that may be in a vehicle’s path. Traditional headlights can only show a part of the road ahead, which may not fully illuminate potential hazards, but Ford’s new headlights use radar and camera systems to detect everything front of the vehicle and making it easier for the driver to take action before something bad happens. Read the rest of Ford’s new headlights can automatically shine a light on pedestrians and animals
Comments Off on Bad trade, toxic chemicals and climate change: What you can do
These policies threaten to roll back sustainability gains. Put them on your radar.
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Comments Off on Smaller cities get startup-style sustainability incubator
Waco, Wichita, Louisville, Tucson, Sacramento and Portland, Maine, will receive sustainability help from Portland State University.
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Smaller cities get startup-style sustainability incubator
Comments Off on Romanian Teen Designs Autonomous Car System that Would Cost Just $4,000
Many great minds at companies like Google and Tesla have been laboring towards creating a self-driving car system. Millions of dollars have gone into the research, resulting in expensive prototypes and costly components. Nineteen-year-old Romanian student Ionut Budisteanu took the top prize at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for developing an autonomous system that would only cost $4,000 and safely guide a car through the streets. Read the rest of Romanian Teen Designs Autonomous Car System that Would Cost Just $4,000 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: artificial intelligence , autonomous driving system , Google , intel international science and engineering fair , ionut budisteanu , radar , romania , safety , self-driving , teenager , tesla , vehicle
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Comments Off on First Takes: Biden Urges More Cleantech Investment, How to Recycle EV Batteries, & More…
The vice president’s talk at the National Clean Energy Summit, a sub-$15 LED bulb, and creating fuel from sewage are among the items on our radar this morning.
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A group of heavy-hitting hotel chains are joining forces to create a sector-specific single methodology for measuring and communicating greenhouse gas inventories.
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Comments Off on First Takes: Cadillac Gets Electrified, Perry’s Global Warming Skepticism, and More…
Rick Perry’s climate claims, Shell’s U.K. oil spill and Tesco’s reasons for shunning biodegradable plastic bags are among the stories on our radar this morning.
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Comments Off on First Takes: China’s Energy Cap, Bigger Veggies Have Less Nutrients, and More…
China’s low-carbon plans, how oil supply will meet demand and the effect of breeding vegetables for higher yields are among the stories on our radar this morning.