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Sustainable Company Makes Building Blocks Out of Recycled Plastic Waste

Plastic waste is everywhere. It is on our streets, in our water systems, our forests and our oceans. Wouldn’t it be great if we had a way to put it to work for us?

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Sustainable

3D Solar Panel Towers Increase Energy Output up to 20 Times

MIT scientists have increased power output with 3D solar panels towers from double, up to 20 times the energy as traditional solar panels. Solar is one of the more accessible forms of energy available to the average consumer looking to go off-grid.

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Power

Sustainability by Default: Making Doing Good the Easiest Choice | Sustainable Brands

Let me give you a simple example of making sustainability the easiest choice. Watching people use all those paper towels at public restrooms when electric hand dryers are an option, so the new terminal at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) caught my attention: The hand dryers are right next to the sink, clearly visible, while the towels are on the other side of the wall.

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NEW Graphene Solar Panels Generate Energy When it Rains

Graphene: the world’s first 2D material. Since graphene’s isolation in 2004 it has captured the attention of scientists, researchers and industry worldwide. It is ultra-light yet immensely tough. 51 more words

Inspiring

Trump Makes Feather-Ruffling Remarks About Renewables - EcoWatch

“The wind kills all your birds. All your birds, killed. You know, the environmentalists never talk about that,” Trump reportedly said.

Actually, environmentalists do talk about that, especially when they’re forced to rebuff bird-brained arguments by repeat deniers.

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Politics

Reclaimed city off Singapore triggers ecology fears | The Japan Times

And even if the project is a success, campaigners say it could prove to be a disaster for the local ecology and fishermen who complain of dwindling catches.While its website describes it as a “liveable eco-city,” environmentalists say the dumping of sand to build the new city — an estimated 162 million cubic meters (5.7 billion cubic feet) — could alter tides and destroy marine life.

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Environmentalism

Al Bartlett - You Can't Save Environment in Face of Population Growth

If you never saw Professor Bartlett’s video on Arithmetic, Population and Energy

go and watch it right now!

If we don’t take care of over population, Mother Nature will and it will not be pretty.

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