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California Approves BPA Ban for Baby Bottles and Sippy Cups

Via inhabitat.com, 03/09/2011 Good news for parents in the Golden State: This week, the California State Senate voted to ban… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf

LSC and Dixon Unveil World’s First 60 Watt Equivalent LED Bulb for Under $15

Via inhabitat.com, 29/08/2011 Lighting Science Group and Dixon Technologies India have unveiled the world’s first 60-watt equivalent LED lightbulb for… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf

Apple Unveils Exciting New Pictures of Its Foster & Partners Designed Green Headquarters in Cupertino

Via inhabitat.com, 15/08/2011 We've all been waiting with bated breath to see pictures of Apple's design for its new green… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf

IKEA UK Pledges to Use 100% Renewable Energy

Via inhabitat.com, 15/08/2011 When it comes to big box stores, you can’t really get any greener than IKEA. From banning… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf

Scientists Discover Deep-Sea Mussels That Can Convert Hydrogen into Energy

Via inhabitat.com, 15/08/2011 According to scientists, there are mussels at the bottom of the ocean that are efficiently converting hydrogen… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf

Wold Record-Breaking “Schluckspecht” EV Goes Over 1,000 Miles on a Single Charge!

Via inhabitat.com, 15/08/2011 Electric vehicle records are being broken all the time these days, which is great news for the… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf

Oil exploration puts NZ shores at risk

Via stuff.co.nz, 17/08/2011 The Green Party is warning exploration of potential deepwater drills sites in the Great South basin by… Read More

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Passivhaus Institute Ends Relationship With Passive House Institute US

Via inhabitat.com, 17/08/2011 The founder of Passivhaus and director of Passivhaus Institute PHI, Dr. Wolfgang Fiest, has just sent word… Read More

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Striking UR22 House Uses Half as Much Energy as a Standard Home in Texas

Via inhabitat.com, 16/08/2011 Although Texas is a red state and Republicans aren’t always known for their love of renewable energy,… Read More

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Ecology series at Briscoes

Briscoes in NZ is now selling the Ecology series of kitchen hardware. According to Briscoes' brochure it's made from recycled… Read More

Ingo Ratsdorf