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Dubai Confirms 800 MW Expansion For Iconic Solar Power Project

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Published on April 27th, 2015 |by Smiti Mittal The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has initiated the third phase of its iconic Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum Solar Park. The ...

Asia’s Largest Prison Complex Gets Solar Power System

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6 mentions16 hours ago
Published on April 27th, 2015 |by Smiti Mittal The famous Tihar Jail in India’s capital New Delhi has become the latest government building to get a rooftop solar power system.

Urban farming is booming, but what does it really yield?

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11 mentions7 hours ago
We are glad to share Ensia articles free of charge under the terms of Creative Commons’ Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. Please attribute the writer and Ensia as the original source ...

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble (Butter-Less & Gluten-Free)

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3 mentions8 hours ago
This timeless recipe for dairy-free, gluten-free Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble was shared with us years ago by Meghan Telpner, and I thought it deserved a revival. Meghan and I first crossed ...

10 Gluten-Free and Vegan Ice Cream Recipes

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3 mentions11 hours ago
We’re switching things up a bit here. Instead of the usual Friday Foodie Faves where I share my 10 favorite recipe finds from fellow food bloggers, now I’m switched over ...

How to Make 6 Figures as a Farmer

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3 mentions11 hours ago
According to Jean-Martin Fortier, it isn’t a farmer’s job to feed the world. And he finds it absurd that many U.S.-based food and agriculture companies tell farmers they should do ...

6 Great Reasons To Ditch Dairy & Switch To Nuts

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2 mentions24 hours ago
The protein bars you grab off the shelf of a convenience store are often full of questionable ingredients. The best way to get around this, is to make your own!

Oceans are world's seventh largest economy worth $24tn, says WWF report

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30 mentions3 days ago
Vast economic worth of world’s oceans includes fishing, tourism and shipping but is declining due to pollution, climate change and overfishingWednesday 22 April 2015 18.08 EDTLast modified on Wednesday 22 ...

California's First Zero Net Energy Community Is a Model for Future Living

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In a new effort to slash energy consumption and carbon emissions, southern California’s North Fontana area will be home to the state’s first Zero Net Energy (ZNE) community consisting of ...

Vegan Almond Joy Smoothie with Strawberry

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4 mentions11 hours ago
April 27, 2015 by LCCotter Filed Under: smoothies, Uncategorized 9 Comments Craving an Almond joy candy bar? Try this layered Chocolate Almond Coconut and Strawberry smoothie that is vegan, gluten ...

Urban farming is booming, but what does it really yield?

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10 mentions8 hours ago
We are glad to share Ensia articles free of charge under the terms of Creative Commons’ Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. Please attribute the writer and Ensia as the original source ...

New study shows how discarded plastic bags are smothering marine life

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12 mentions1 day ago
New research shows that plastic litter can smother marine life, dramatically reducing the numbers of organisms – and compromising the ecosystem services they provide – in coastal marshes. That is ...

Vegan Creamy Asparagus Soup {Gluten-Free}

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8 mentions14 hours ago
A silky, creamy and nutritious vegan creamy asparagus soup is perfect on a cold spring day to warm you right up. Gluten-Free too and ready within and hour!I must have ...

ShiftCon 2015 Eco Blogging Conference #shiftcon

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3 mentions9 hours ago
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed, Facebook Page, Twitter, Pinterest, GooglePlus, Instagram, YouTube, or even Subscribe by Email Thanks for visiting! The wheels ...

10 Gluten-Free and Vegan No Bake Desserts

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9 mentions19 hours ago
We’re switching things up a bit here. Instead of the usual Friday Foodie Faves where I share my 10 favorite recipe finds from fellow food bloggers, now I’m switched over ...

Stephen Barstow and the Extreme Salad

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2 mentions13 hours ago
In the town of Malvik on the north coast of Norway near the Arctic Circle lives an extraordinary gardener, Stephen Barstow, inventor of the ‘extreme’ salad. Originally from Britain, my ...

Tracking sea turtles through plastic pollution

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2 mentions1 day ago
Grow a bigger, stronger, more diverse blue movement ~ become a LiV.BLUE! Angel or join 1% for the Planet. An endangered loggerhead sea turtle named Adelita makes an epic 7,000 ...

Organic Trumps Conventional Across the Board: Highlights from The Rodale Institute’s 30-Year Report

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15 mentions6 hours ago
After a 30-year side-by-side comparison of organic and conventional agricultural systems, the Rodale Institute reports that organic systems match, or even outperform, conventional systems in terms of yield, profitability, and ...

Sustainable Construction Technologies to Save the Earth

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25 mentions13 hours ago
Without a doubt, green building is on the rise as global trends attest. According to the World Green Building Trends survey, 51 percent of respondent firms committed to incorporating sustainability ...

The 8 most clueless Earth Day tweets from Corporate America

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35 mentions15 hours ago
Well, we’ve made it most of the way through Earth Day, and it’s been a wild success. The World’s Most Unloved Holiday barely beat out Paris Hilton’s dead chihuahua for ...

The Age of Wind and Solar Is Closer Than You Think

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50 mentions24 hours ago
Renewable energy, spurred by a crisis in climate, may usurp fossil fuels by mid-century SA Forum is an invited essay from experts on topical issues in science and technology. That ...

Dan Barber Takes a Radically Holistic Approach to Food and Farming With 'The Third Plate'

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10 mentions3 days ago
Twilight Greenaway is the Managing Editor of Civil Eats. Her articles about food and farming have appeared in The New York Times, NPR.org, The Guardian, TakePart, Modern Farmer, Gastronomica and ...

Bike sharing comes to Philadelphia, finally! 60 stations with 600 bikes (video)

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9 mentions2 days ago
Michael Graham Richard (@Michael_GR) Transportation / Bikes April 24, 2015 Yesterday, Philadelphia launched a bike sharing program that has been many years in the making. Our friend Clarence was there,

Like shale oil, solar power is shaking up global energy

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4 mentions1 day ago
SINGAPORE/TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - One by one, Japan is turning off the lights at the giant oil-fired power plants that propelled it to the ranks of the world's top ...

Urban Farmers You Should Know

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19 mentions7 hours ago
What began with community gardens has grown into a movement. Urban farming has a positive impact in neighborhoods with limited access to produce, and it is on the rise in ...

The Furniture Farmer

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7 mentions1 day ago
Trees are manipulated via a series of molds into furniture on Full Grown Ltd’s Derbyshire farm. Imagine a forest where trees turn themselves into chairs, lamps and mirror frames in ...

Want To Be An Urban Farmer? Here's Your Version Of LinkedIn

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5 mentions13 hours ago
No need to stalk potential farm employers. Now they're all in a convenient database. Sick of your desk job? A new job site will help you find a new career ...

A huge day for my home land

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8 mentions3 days ago
Purse seine fishing uses massive nets which catch everything in their path. That’s bad for our marine life and bad for the island communities who depend on fish for food ...

Why Small Businesses Are Installing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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8 mentions2 hours ago
Featuring fresh takes and real-time analysis from HuffPost's signature lineup of contributors Increasingly, small businesses are installing electric vehicle charging stations as a way to attract new and loyal customers.

The World's Oceans Are Worth Trillions Of Dollars, Report Finds

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15 mentions3 days ago
"The World’s Oceans Are Worth Trillions Of Dollars, Report Finds" The oceans are worth at least $24 trillion in services such as fishing, tourism, shipping and carbon sequestration, but “urgent ...

The Color of Food: America’s Invisible Farmers

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6 mentions4 days ago
Author Natasha Bowen and The Color of Food cover (Civil Eats) At the height of Black farming in the U.S., a million farmers owned almost 17 million acres of land.

DIY Foot Reflexology: 7 Pressure Points To Reduce Stress & Boost Metabolism

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3 mentions4 days ago
Your thoughts and visualizations affect the world around you — starting with your body. If your goal is the best possible version of yourself, picture that person mind's eye. Your ...

Crowdfunding a war: Ukraine's DIY drone-makers

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10 mentions3 days ago
In a David versus Goliath-like battle, Ukrainian forces look to private companies and crowdfunded volunteer organisations to develop defence software and drone hardware in their fight against Russia We arrived ...

Competition rises as home remodeling goes digital

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Adi Tatarko, Houzz CEO, discusses her business of the largest online residential renovation & design community. Your home may be your castle, but that doesn't mean the turrets can't be ...

Washed Up: Alejandro Duran’s Site-Specific Found Plastic and Trash Installations

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8 mentions4 days ago
Working along a single stretch of coastline in Sian Ka’an, Mexico’s largest federally-protected reserve, artist Alejandro Duran collects countless bits of trash that washes up from locations around the world.

Oceans rank as the 7th largest world economy

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34 mentions3 days ago
According to a report that estimates the value of key assets of Earth's oceans' at $24 trillion, they rank as the world's seventh largest economy. Are we doing enough to ...

Like shale oil, solar power is shaking up global energy

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4 mentions12 hours ago
SINGAPORE/TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) - One by one, Japan is turning off the lights at the giant oil-fired power plants that propelled it to the ranks of the world's top ...

Japan opens mega floating solar power plant

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8 mentions1 day ago
LONDON: Japan has just opened one of the world’s largest floating solar power plants, signalling increasing adoption of the efficient and innovative technology in the country, which is due partly ...

19 minimalist DIY ways to bring understated style to your home

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18 mentions1 day ago
A common problem for most makers out there: the more you make, the more clutter you have. While you may always be plagued with mountains of craft supplies, you can ...

Seven days (almost) living off-grid in London

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3 mentions11 hours ago
Leah Borromeo goes for a week without electricity or gas and discovers the joys of foraging, skip cupcakes and human ingenuityThursday 23 April 2015 07.40 EDTLast modified on Thursday 23 ...

A round-the-world scientific expedition will use drones to study plastic pollution

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6 mentions4 days ago
Scientists circumnavigating the globe on a spartan racing catamaran will spend the coming year deploying drones to collect better data on plastic pollutionThursday 23 April 2015 10.54 EDTLast modified on ...

Earn a Good Living Without a Tractor: A Market Gardener Tells You How

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24 mentions2 days ago
Olivia Maki is an Oakland-based writer and blogger who focuses on agricultural and food system issues. She has programmed educational experiences at 18 Reasons, and worked on farms in California ...

EEOC’s Wellness Proposed Rule Diverges from HIPAA Requirements

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1 mentions13 hours ago
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has acknowledged two key differences between its April 20, 2015, proposed rule on wellness programs and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as compared ...

The new battery that could power the renewable revolution

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2 mentions1 day ago
Stanford University scientists have invented the first high-performance aluminum battery that's fast-charging, long-lasting, inexpensive - and safe. Its inventors including Hongjie Dai, professor of chemistry at Stanford, believe it could ...

Vegan Asian Lettuce Wraps {Gluten-Free}

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6 mentions4 days ago
Carnivores and vegan alike will love these vegan faux chicken lettuce wraps. Brown rice, chickpeas and nuts come together to form a sort of ground meat that soaks up ...

Using Thought to Power Your Health

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3 mentions1 hour ago
Diet pills? Tried them. Surgery? Thought about it. Fad diets? Tried and failed 100 times over! 1 in 5 women have admitted to using diet pills. You’d think that with ...

Urban Homesteader could help you turn your urban space into a modern homestead

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12 mentions3 days ago
Derek Markham (@derekmarkham) Living / Lawn & Garden April 23, 2015 This ambitious project aims to teach city folks how to produce their own fresh food, and to work toward ...

Skindancing - Susan Richardson's poetry for the ecological age

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2 mentions3 days ago
I recently met Susan Richardson, poet, performer, educator, who lives in Wales but was visiting my local town to recite. She is currently poet in residence for the Marine Conservation ...

Ecomodernist Manifesto Should Embrace Wind Power

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9 mentions12 hours ago
And why we can’t embrace the Ecomodernist Manifesto until they do To save nature, humanity must decouple from the natural world, not attempt to live in harmony with it. This ...

Microbeads: A Sign of Our Plastic Consumer Madness

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7 mentions5 days ago
How much are whiter teeth and smoother skin worth to you? Are they worth the water and fish in the Great Lakes? The cormorants that nest along the shore? The ...
 

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