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Rent-A-Roof Solar Power Concept Expanding In India

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February 10th, 2016 by Saurabh MahapatraIncreasing competition in the utility-scale market and the Government’s thrust towards the promotion of rooftop solar power market is driving developers to implement new and ...

Inox Wind Commissions 170 MW Wind Project In India

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February 10th, 2016 by Saurabh MahapatraOne of India’s two listed wind energy companies has announced completion of a major project. Inox Wind recently announced that it commissioned the 170 MW ...

Algae Biofuel Still In Play Despite Low Oil Prices, Says NREL

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5 mentions12 hours ago
February 10th, 2016 by Tina CaseyBiofuel has been taking some hits from the oil price crash, but just last week we were noticing that the US Department of Energy is ...

Approval For 525 MW Of Renewable Energy Sought By Georgia Power

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February 9th, 2016 by Jake RichardsonAs part of its Integrated Resources Plan, Georgia Power is looking to get approval for 525 MW of renewable energy. The Georgia Public Service Commission ...

Scotland Wind Power “Off To A Flying Start” In January, Says WWF

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February 9th, 2016 by Joshua S HillScotland’s wind power output got “off to a flying start” in January, supplying 1,125,544 MWh of electricity to the National Grid. Scotland is one ...

Honey Lemon Vanilla Gluten Free French Toast {Vegan Friendly}

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15 mentions4 hours ago
Honey Lemon Vanilla Gluten Free French Toast. Simple yet delicious flavors, easy to make, no eggs needed, and vegan Friendly! This Gluten Free French Toast breakfast is a hit for ...

Why are we still losing so much rainforest in Indonesia? A hypothesis

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52 mentions9 hours ago
Two years ago, Wilmar, the biggest palm oil company in the world, made a commitment to halt deforestation. That set the dominoes tumbling: Other companies followed suit, until every major ...

World's Largest Offshore Wind Farm Will Power More Than 1 Million Homes

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59 mentions9 hours ago
Danish utility Dong Energy announced Wednesday that it will build the world’s largest offshore wind farm off the Yorkshire coast of the UK. With a 1.2-gigawatt capacity, the Hornsea Project ...

Vegetable Fried Quinoa [Vegan]

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4 mentions21 hours ago
Made with only vegetables and quinoa, this “fried rice” dish is loaded with protein from grains and edamame. It's lightly flavored but easily adapted to what levels of flavor you ...

Plastic microbead pollution harms oysters, the ocean's critical ecosystem engineers, study finds

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15 mentions7 hours ago
Oysters eat by filtering the water around them and digesting anything small enough to trap, whether that’s algae, phytoplankton — or tiny pieces of plastic floating in the ocean. It ...

How much plastic is in the N.Y.-N.J. waterways?

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2 mentions15 hours ago
An environmental group is urging New York, New Jersey residents to think twice about their plastic predilection in the wake of the group's recent finding, which says there's likely 165 ...

4 ways smart cities will make our lives better

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15 mentions2 hours ago
As demonstrated in a new report, the rapid and pervasive development of digital technologies, along with an understanding of circular economy principles, will drastically change life for the average urban ...

Baked Zucchini and Amaranth Patties [Vegan]

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3 mentions1 day ago
These patties are crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside. Zucchini, onions, salsa, and spices to complement the earthiness of the amaranth. Serve these on a bun like ...

This Crop of Women Farmers is Stepping Up to Sustain the Land

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Last year, all five of the first-year apprentices at Soil Born Farms’ headquarters near Sacramento, California were women. Another young woman, Elle Huftill-Balzer, was the boss of them all, the ...

A Plastic Ocean

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35 mentions9 hours ago
A Plastic Ocean is a new feature-length adventure documentary that brings to light the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle. We thought we could use plastic once and throw it ...

Nourish Your Mind, Body & Soul: A Holistic Yoga Plan For Feeling Your Absolute Best

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2 mentions1 day ago
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Make your own DIY biogas digester

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9 mentions9 hours ago
When we posted about several "green gas" mills being built in the UK, it was easy to get carried away with all the pretty mock-ups of high-tech looking biogas facilities.

Urban farming takes on more important role worldwide

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Green City From Beijing to Sydney and Tokyo to Singapore, urban farming is becoming an integral part of the city landscape, not only in Asia but throughout the world. Chris ...

Coastal eco-bungalow bucks the trend for sprawling suburban developments in Australia

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5 mentions8 hours ago
While the original weather-beaten homes on Bluesy Beach comprise simple fibro or weatherboard structures, the new buildings that take their place are often large suburban homes that “have little recognition ...

Growing the Local Food Economy of Denver as a Community

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7 mentions10 hours ago
Grow Local Colorado is dedicated to building a strong local food economy in Denver, CO through both grassroots and policy-changing efforts. Through their programs, Grow Local Colorado is helping to ...

10 Food Policy Questions We Want Answered From the 2016 Presidential Candidates

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46 mentions1 day ago
In a recent poll by the Union of Concerned Scientists, 94 percent of American voters expressed concern about the state of the food system – and said that it was ...

Large-scale bioenergy must be excluded from the EU's renewable energy definition

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10 mentions11 hours ago
From forest to biomass. Photo: Asea! via Flickr (CC BY-NC-SA) More articles about Related Articles If you think it's bad inside the EU, think again Bernie and Hillary - speak ...

Fudgy Red Velvet Brownies [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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5 mentions2 days ago
These red velvet brownies are rich and chocolatey, with a subtle hint of vanilla. If you need your chocolate fix, then these moist, dense brownies will definitely be a hit.

Learning from the Life of Murray Bookchin

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4 mentions8 hours ago
Printer-friendly Ten years ago, American radical Murray Bookchin drew his last breath in the bed of his apartment in downtown Burlington. By his side was Janet Biehl, his partner for ...

Lessons from a Young Food Forest: Taking Stock of My 12-year Permaculture Adventure

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3 mentions2 days ago
Printer-friendly “Strap yourself to the tree with roots / You ain’t goin’ nowhere” – Bob Dylan “[T]here’s a certain way that we all must swim / If we expect to ...

Wind overtakes hydro as third largest power source in EU

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24 mentions1 day ago
13GW of new wind capacity was added to the grid last year compared to only 0.2GW of new hydro power, new EWEA figures show The wind industry has surpassed the ...

Siemens’ SiMobility Connect Tool Provides Commuters Convenient, Eco-Friendly and Multi-Modal Traveling

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The New Microbead Ban Won’t Solve the Microplastic Pollution Problem

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A new study linking microplastic pollution to low reproductive rates in Pacific oysters underscores the need to overhaul the use of petroleum-based plastics, according to a leading American ecotoxicologist. “The ...

A National Power Grid: The Answer To Renewable Energy's Storage Problem?

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5 mentions1 day ago
Wind power is now as cheap as coal, and in some places, solar is cheaper than natural gas. But there's one thing that most people assume still holds back renewable ...

7 Best and Worst Home Renovations in 2016

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9 mentions15 hours ago
As it turns out, renovations aren’t always the answer. Guest Post by Andrea Davis A renovation project should not only add immediate value to your home, but also ensure that ...

TalkNetwork 2.0 now carrying audio streams from Gerald Celente, Ben Swann, Prepper Recon, Mark Dice, Ron Paul, Gary Franchi, Gregory Mannarino and many more

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Which presidential candidates will take a stand against the evil GMO biotech industry? Statins DOUBLE the risk of diabetes (NaturalNews) The all new TalkNetwork 2.0 is now carrying the internet's ...

Natural News eliminates all ad networks (including Google), announces new 'privacy secure' advertising system for 2016

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2 mentions8 hours ago
Which presidential candidates will take a stand against the evil GMO biotech industry? Statins DOUBLE the risk of diabetes (NaturalNews) Natural News readers love the fact that to this very ...

How sustainable cities can drive business growth

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29 mentions2 hours ago
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 12:40amThe notion of sustainable cities usually conjures environmental themes, but sustainable urban design’s greatest impact could be on economic performance. By creating improved quality of ...

Endive Boats With Sun-Dried Tomato Cheese [Vegan]

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4 mentions3 days ago
Endive leaves make the perfect platter for sweet chopped apples, crunchy walnuts, and a savory, homemade sun-dried tomato cheese. The cheese itself is a blend of cashews, sun-dried tomatoes, and ...

Canada Just Protected A Rainforest Twice The Size Of Belgium

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91 mentions2 days ago
Environmentalists are hailing the Canadian government's landmark deal to protect 85 percent of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia from logging and development -- an area more than twice ...

DIY for Dinner: Five Honey-Do’s that Cost as Much as a Night Out (Or About $150)

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4 mentions9 hours ago
If you’re looking for some Valentine’s Day gift ideas that don’t end when the chocolate is gone, here are five home improvement projects that cost as much as dinner (but ...

6 gadgets that clean the world's oceans

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38 mentions2 days ago
By Cat DiStasio In grade school, most children learn about the fragility of our ocean ecosystems. Despite this, the world's vast waters have become a de facto dumping ground for ...

Man patents natural, non-toxic pesticide that could make many agricultural chemicals obsolete

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10 mentions9 hours ago
What are the world's most powerful anti-cancer foods? Natural News eliminates all ad networks for reader privacy protection (NaturalNews) Back in 2006, one of the world's foremost mycologists secured a ...

VW plans radical new electric vehicle for 2019

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27 mentions10 hours ago
Beleaguered Volkswagen aims to “make a statement” with a cutting-edge new electric model which will be capable of travelling more than 300 miles on a single charge by Greg Kable ...

Home & Design Links We Loved This Week

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3 mentions3 days ago
A dune-cooled home, DIY glowy wall letters, a Shaker-inspired kitchen, and more... Three "urban meditation retreats"—cozy hideaways as design-minded as they are mindful—that are now open to the (paying) public ...

Could The Future Of Urban Farming Be Found Inside Of An Old Shipping Container?

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68 mentions2 days ago
When Michael Bissanti opened Four Burgers in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2008, he knew he wanted to create a fast food restaurant with a strong sense of sustainability. Initially, that meant ...

Will 2016 Be “Annus Horribilis” For UK Sustainable Energy Sector?

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7 mentions6 days ago
February 5th, 2016 by Guest ContributorBy Ann Noon Ahead of the new much reduced Feed-In Tariff (FiT) rates for small scale solar, wind and hydro power coming into effect next ...

New Mobile App Connects Consumers with Sustainable Local Businesses

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(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Mobile apps are transforming the way a company can connect with consumers and influence their purchase habits and choices. An Iowa State University study showed that there ...

Cosmic Blueberry Pancakes [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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6 mentions4 days ago
These blueberry pancakes are light, fluffy, and just the right amount of sweet. They're perfect for ripping up by hand to dunk in syrup or to slather with vegan butter.

What Does Permaculture Mean to You?

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9 mentions2 days ago
Permaculture magazine Thursday, 4th February 2016 We are starting a new item in Permaculture magazine, exploring what permaculture means to YOU. We want your thoughts to show the richness and ...

Creating a sustainable business

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27 mentions2 days ago
On top of all this, the Battleship is also encouraging staff to behave differently. With just seven parking spaces and Paddington Station a few minutes walk away, more people are ...

Understanding Concentrated Solar Power Technology

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February 8th, 2016 by Glenn Meyers Among various solar energy technologies, one is referred to as concentrated solar power, or concentrating solar power. The acronym CSP applies to either. Worldwide ...

Renewable Energy & Davos

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5 mentions3 days ago
February 8th, 2016 by Dr. Elie ChachouaEditorial note: If, like many Brazilians, you were on holidays for most of January, you might have missed two important international summits of relevance ...

Asian Soy Curl Salad [Vegan]

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5 mentions5 days ago
The flavors and textures in this Asian restaurant-inspired salad are out of this world. All the raw vegetables are bright and yummy while the soy curls are spicy and juicy,

Will climate change move agriculture indoors? And will that be a good thing?

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65 mentions2 days ago
As climate change does its thing to America, what it is going to do to the nation’s food supply is still an open question. Will California’s Central Valley, which grows ...
 

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