Renewable Energy In Germany Sets Records In March

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Renewable energy made up just over 41% of Germany’s power supply last month, the most ever at around 19.5 TWh. It’s a good thing, too, because nuclear power production may ...

For Seed Rebels, Saving Life’s Building Blocks Has New Urgency

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A few years back, Carol Deppe, a retired geneticist and plant breeder, started selling and giving away seeds as an act of revolt. Deppe, like gardeners and farmers around the ...

Copenhagen Wheel Bridges “Human-Enhancing Technology”

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April 15th, 2017 by Nicolas ZartIt didn’t take long for electric bicycles (e-bikes) and connectivity to make that bridge, effortlessly helping us achieve a healthier means of transportation. The Copenhagen ...

Swedish Solar (Florida Company) Brings Solar In To Replace Shutters

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April 15th, 2017 by Steve HanleyOriginally published on Solar Love. Rooftop solar is great, but it’s not ideal for every home or business. Sometimes the roof faces the wrong way ...

Our Oceans Are A Human Casualty

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My son pondered the ocean: Its life, its force, its energy, its vastness, and its beauty. Sadly, climate change and human interference could change all that. As I sat behind ...

20 Ideas for Earth Day Promotions

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Earth Day is just around the corner. And for businesses, the holiday offers some unique promotional opportunities. Whether you sell eco-friendly products in a retail setting or run a service-based ...

Crash Course Computer Science video series

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by Education-DIY Articles April 17, 2017 Crash Course is a video channel you can access through YouTube. Crash Course Computer Science is an ongoing playlist of fast-moving videos that begin ...

A new on-demand battle is speeding toward the U.S.

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While Uber’s woes take center stage in the U.S., a different on-demand battle that’s been playing out in China is coming to the states. The battle isn’t over car sharing.

At This Supermarket, The Produce Section Grows Its Own Produce

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At the end of the produce aisle in the Metro supermarket in Berlin, an indoor farming company is testing the ultimate in local food: Greens and herbs are growing inside ...

First Subsidy-Free Offshore Wind Deal In German Offshore Wind Auction, DONG Energy & EnBW Win Big

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April 14th, 2017 by Joshua S HillGermany’s first competitive auction for offshore wind projects has not only delivered an average bid price that was “far below expectations” according to the ...

Where grocery stores are sparse, one family farm nourishes a California town

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A lot of people in this Sierra foothills town start sentences with “used to be.” There used to be sawmill jobs. Used to be mining. Used to be a plaque ...

Is Boston the next urban farming paradise?

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For those seeking mild, year-round temperatures and affordable plots of land, Boston, with its long winters and dense population, isn’t the first city that comes to mind. But graduates of ...

Best-Laid Plans: Kreeky Tree Farm

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IN 2013, Christin Gangi and Allan Schanbacher put a significant chunk of their savings toward the purchase of seven acres in northeastern Pennsylvania. Situated amid the foothills of the Blue ...

Pink Himalayan Salt vs. Normal Table Salt—Which Is Healthier?

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(Whether you're starting your first garden or switching to organic, Rodale’s Basic Organic Gardening has all the answers and advice you need—get your copy today!) There are two main types ...

Ticks Are Killing 70% Of New England’s Baby Moose—Here’s Why

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I was a little skeptical—how could such a small parasite take out an animal that weighs up to 1500 pounds? It didn’t make sense. Coming from my dad, who has ...

China solar, wind to attract $780 billion investment by 2030

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SHANGHAI China's wind and solar sectors could attract as much as 5.4 trillion yuan ($782 billion) in investment between 2016 and 2030 as the country tries to meet its renewable ...

Online dating is a total nightmare for farmers

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Swiping on dating apps is a breeze if you live in a town or city. But, when you're a young farmer living in a rural community, it's a whole other ...

Myanmar’s eco-friendly startup transforms trash into treasure—and jobs

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Trash is a big problem in Myanmar. Garbage is scattered in the streets with smells of burning trash never far behind—but an innovative social enterprise has found a way to ...

China’s Wind & Solar Industry Could Replace 300 Million Tonnes Of Coal Per Year By 2030

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April 13th, 2017 by Joshua S HillA new report published this week has shown that China’s wind and solar PV industries could grow to such a point that they are ...

Curried ‘Egg’ Sandwiches [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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If you enjoy recipes like this, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it's available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is ...

Westfield Shopping Centers Throughout Australia Get 40 New ChargePoint EV Charging Bays

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April 13th, 2017 by James AyreThe popular Westfield shopping center network in Australia is now home to 40 new ChargePoint electric vehicle charging bays (spread across 10 different locations), thanks ...

In Portland, Uber launches initiative to add electric vehicles to its fleet

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With a new electric vehicle initiative, Uber is finally speaking Portland’s language. The company shares a rocky history with the famously green city, but that won’t stop Portland from becoming ...

Space Group Trolls Donald Trump From 90,000 Feet Above Earth

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citiesThese Are the Least Attractive Cities in AmericaDonald TrumpSome Women Who Backed President Trump May Be Having Second ThoughtsLate Night TelevisionCharlize Theron Screamed at a Substandard Easter Bunny Like a ...

California got 50 percent of its electricity from solar power one day in March

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Every so often we hear of countries around the world (ahem, Scotland) that are hitting major renewable energy milestones. Whether it be from solar power or wind power or a ...

Natural gas is leaking from city pipes, but spotting leaks is getting easier.

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Researchers from Colorado State University have been working with Google Street View to map pervasive natural-gas leaks. These leaks come from pipes that can be buried three-to-four feet below city ...

Straw Wars: The Fight to Rid the Oceans of Discarded Plastic

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Of the eight million tons of plastic trash that flow every year into the world’s oceans, the plastic drinking straw is surely not a top contributor to all that tonnage.

Carrot Cake Paleo Magic Cookie Bars [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

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If you enjoy recipes like this, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it's available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is ...

Patagonia’s venture fund is trying to find the next Patagonia by looking at startups’ supply chains

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Patagonia’s venture capital arm, Tin Shed Ventures, likes to finance companies Silicon Valley investors won’t touch. That’s why Phil Graves, the fund’s managing director, thinks its investments will succeed: “We’re ...

How Countries in Africa are Winning the Fight Against Plastic Pollution

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By Emily DiFrisco The scourge of plastic pollution has far-reaching environmental and animal and human health consequences all over the world, and countries in Africa are no exception. Plastic trash ...

California is getting so much power from solar that electricity prices are turning negative

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The extraordinary success of solar power in some pockets of the world that combine sunshine with high investment in the technology mean that governments and energy companies are having radically ...

California To Award $6 Million Through Car Sharing & Mobility Options Pilot Project

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April 12th, 2017 by James AyreThe California Air Resources Board, often referred to simply as CARB, will be granting a total of $6 million in awards as part of the ...

25 Ways for Your Small Business Reduce Its Carbon Footprint

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Reducing the carbon footprint of a small business can help it save money. Besides the money-saving benefits, adopting greener work ethics, means a business will be regarded as an eco-friendlier ...

Trump Can’t Stop Renewable Energy Revolution

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April 12th, 2017 by Important Media Cross-PostOriginally published on Red Green & Blue. By Meteor Blades Over the past couple of years, a steady stream of good news has appeared ...

World Bank Gives Final Approval For $100 Million Loan For Indian Solar Power Parks

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April 12th, 2017 by Saurabh MahapatraThe World Bank recently gave its final approval to a $100 million loan for two large-scale solar power parks in India. According to a press ...

California ARB Will Award $6M For Car Sharing & Mobility Options Pilot Project

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April 12th, 2017 by Guest ContributorOriginally published on Green Car Congress. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has opened a grant solicitation for applicants to implement the Car Sharing and ...

SPI 2017: Call for papers for new technical symposium

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Solar Decathlon Launches Innovative Entrepreneurs Donald Trump and the Solar Industry 6 US Cities Where Solar Installers Can Thrive Is Tesla Right to Buy SolarCity? Solar Power International 2016: Opening ...

How to Make All-Natural Food Dyes From Ingredients in Your Kitchen

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I’m not really against food coloring, but I’ll happily go the natural route when possible. There’s so many amazing colors in food—so why not use them? There are some brands ...

Portland commits to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050

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Multnomah County is the most populous county in Oregon. Its Chair, Deborah Kafoury, welcomed the news. "This is a pledge to our children's future,'' she said. "100 percent renewables means ...

9 ideas for an eco-minded Easter

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This spring holiday is usually marked by meats and sweets, but there are some ways to make it easier on the environment. Happy Easter! Spring is in the air, the ...

Unconferences Coming Up In San Francisco

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April 12th, 2017 by Andrea BertoliAs you might imagine, those of us behind Important Media, CleanTechnica’s parent company, spend most of our time online. But over the past year, we’ve ...

Portland Commits to 100% Renewables, Joins 25 Other Cities

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Food Urban Farmer Transforms Community Into Thriving Local Food Haven By Melissa Denchak Most people don't move to New York City and become farmers. Sheryll Durrant certainly wasn't planning to ...

Like this: Facebook buys more wind power

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Like this: Facebook buys more wind power Here’s news we can all “like” today: Facebook announced plans last week to locate its newest data center in rural Nebraska. Thanks to ...

This Vegan Pizzeria Is Making Our Wildest, Cheesiest Dreams Come True

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If there’s one thing native New Yorkers are proud of, it’s pizza. In fact, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any born-and-raised New Yorker who doesn’t argue that the city has ...

How to Decorate Your Home With Floral Arrangements

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To be overcome by the fragrance of flowers is a delectable form of defeat. — Beverly Nichols Click to Tweet With spring’s warm days upon us and summertime right around ...

Fighting Eviction, a Gardener Turns to Organic Industry Giants for Help

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After he caught some of his neighbors taking the produce, Mr. Finley helped start L.A. Green Grounds, a nonprofit that plants gardens in vacant lots, open spaces and even abandoned ...

Peanut Butter Protein Buckeyes Recipe {Vegan, Gluten Free}

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A Buckeyes Recipe Packed with Protein! These Vegan Peanut Butter Protein Buckeyes are super easy to make and coated in dairy free dark chocolate.Gluten free with a Paleo and Lower ...

5 Chinese “artivists” that took on China’s air pollution

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With avenues of protest and online discussion strictly controlled, artists in China are finding increasingly creative ways to voice their frustration at their cities’ appalling air pollution. It's easy to ...

Inspiring Creativity With A Simple Home Makerspace

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Shares 37Creating a simple home makerspace to inspire creativity – I love the portable design! Plus, airplane activities for preschoolers. Four-year-old Anna LOVES making things! From paper dragons to rainbows ...

Green CEO Says Companies Selling Costumers 100% Wind Or Solar Energy Are Selling A ‘Hoax’

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5595744A green energy CEO says companies selling the idea that everything in modern civilization can rely solely on solar and wind power are selling a “hoax.” Customers think their homes ...

Vitro Architectural Glass to be Founding Sponsor of Pittsburgh’s Living Product Hub

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PITTSBURGH, April 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) has been named the first founding sponsor of the Living Product Hub in Pittsburgh, opening April 18.

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