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The race to create a genuine artificial leaf has heated up to the boiling point. The latest development is a new device that looks like a greenish tile the size of a stick of gum, but actually contains billions — yes, billions — of nanoscale tubes that react to light and convert carbon dioxide to...
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At a time when shallow seagrass meadows have disappeared from 92% of UK’s vast coastline, scientists have realized that this curious and gentle habitat is needed now, more than ever, to help reduce CO2-induced warming—and guard against potentially rising seas. Coastal ecosystems are among the most biodiverse on the planet. When salt marshes, shallow water...
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The UK Government has today (16 March 2020) launched a consultation to make journeys easier, smarter and greener through new technology as part of the Future of Transport regulatory review. Courtesy of Rod Allday The review will consider how UK citizens make small changes to everyday travel decisions and whether people can choose to walk, cycle, bus...
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French automaker Citroën has unveiled the Ami — a one-of-a-kind tiny electric car made so accessible, it can be driven by anyone older than 14 years old, with or without a driving license. The two-seat vehicle is 100% electric and comes with a battery that can be powered from a standard electrical socket in just three hours....
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Zero Mass Water hydropanel installation
Zero Mass Water and Conservation International partnered to transform the Columbian community of Bahia Hondita with the installation of a SOURCE Field comprised of 149 of Zero Mass Water’s Hydropanels. The new system will transform life in the community with an infusion of renewably-sourced water pulled from the atmosphere using abundant sunshine. One of the two...
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For over a millennium Western society has attempted to establish clear codes of ethics in business, politics, personal relationships, religion, and even warfare. But what about a land use ethic? What does modern society have to say on the topic of ethics about our lands? On a small farm in Massachusetts, farmer Jono Neiger is...
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Ikea has recorded a year-on-year decrease in its total carbon footprint, despite expanding its operations, for the first time in its history. Ikea’s global value chain emitted 24.9 million tonnes of CO2e in  financial year 2019, 4.3% less than the year prior The world’s largest furniture retailer revealed in its latest sustainability report that its global carbon...
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US utility Eversource Energy has reached an agreement with NiSource to purchase the Massachusetts natural gas assets of Columbia Gas for $1.1 billion. Columbia Gas has 330,000 natural gas customers across 60 communities in Massachusetts, of which the majority are electric customers of Eversource Energy. The acquisition will increase the number of natural gas customers of Eversource...
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Peterborough City Council has unveiled a plan to host the UK’s largest smart, low-carbon city energy system including renewable electricity generation, energy storage and heat networks. The Peterborough-wide project is expected to cut household and business energy bills by up to 25% once completed in 2022 Supported by the UK Government’s UK Research and Innovation...
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Driving an electric-powered vehicle (EV) rather than one reliant on fossil fuels is a key way to tackle climate change and improve air quality — but it does leave the old batteries behind as a nasty residue. New technologies give rise to their own sets of problems. The all-important battery in an EV has a limited life...
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