Debate Over Expanded Polystyrene Recycling Gets Weighty

January 5, 2016 by  
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It was an offer New York couldn’t refuse. That’s what Dart Container Corp. (Mason, Mich.) thought when it said it would cover the setup costs for adding expanded polystyrene to the city’s curbside recycling program. Indianapolis-based Plastic…

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Sprouting Without Electricity – A Seed Gamble

March 19, 2011 by  
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Playing the hand.

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Google Recruits Scientists to Use New Media to Tackle Climate Skeptics

March 19, 2011 by  
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Photo: dannysullivan , CC 2.0 In an effort to help improve communication regarding global warming issues and to counter the rampant ‘noise’ made by fossil fuel industry-funded climate skepticism, Google’s philanthropy arm has launched a new program focused on bringing together scientists, communications experts, and the world of social media.

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What’s next in wind energy harvesting systems

December 22, 2010 by  
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As we know it With fossil fuel reserves depleting fast, researchers over the globe are focusing their attention on systems that can generate energy from renewable sources of energy such as wind. The trend is catching up fast as in 2005 wind energy generated less than one percent of global energy by producing 58,982MW of power. However, by 2008 eight percent of Europe’s electricity was derived from wind, which was well ahead of coal and natural gas.

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Everything I need to know about Toshiba Biblio Leaf solar-powered eReader

December 22, 2010 by  
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What it is After LG launched its first solar-powered e-book reader over a year ago, we were pretty confident that other companies will soon follow the trend.

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