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NL Architects Unveil Knokke-Heist School Blanketed With a Green Roof

Via inhabitat by Bridgette Meinhold, 29-04-2011 NL Architects recently unveiled their competition-winning plans for a new school in Belgium that… Read More

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Rose-tinted report on China’s emissions can’t dodge bullet – Energy

Via earthtimes, posted Fri, 29 Apr 2011 16:26:00 GMT by Martin Leggett In a supreme example of the grasping of… Read More

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New Light Emitting Transistors Mean Bigger, More Efficient OLED Displays

Via OLED Display, 29-04-2011 Researchers at the University of Florida have developed new light emitting transistors that will allow OLED… Read More

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New England Farmers Will Soon Be Harvesting Energy

Via goodcleantech, 04-04-2011 Farmers produce all sorts of goods in order to earn money, and soon they may be able… Read More

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Solar Powered Wind Turbines Are Twice As Green

Via Goodcleantech, 01-04-2011 For researchers at the University of Liverpool, wind turbines weren't enough. They need to be solar powered… Read More

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Top Ten Solar Power States

via NY Times, 29-04-2011 The New York Times published a rundown today of the top ten states in installed solar… Read More

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Three new articles about carbon footprint of food

We have three interesting articles about carbon emissions of various foods. Carbon Footprint of Beef Carbon Footprint of French Fried… Read More

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Carbon Footprint of Various Groceries

Via Ecofriendly Company, 27-04-2010 The following table lists the carbon footprint of some groceries. This is according to GEMIS research… Read More

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Carbon Footprint of beef

Via Ecofriendly Company, 27-04-2010 According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, animal husbandry contributes more to… Read More

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Carbon Footprint of french fries

via Ecofriendly-Company.com, 20-06-2010 So loved throughout Europe, french-fried potatoes are to be found on the menu of every canteen, and… Read More

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