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Category: Resource Efficiency
A new report from the European biofuel industry suggests 16% of Europe’s road fuel could come from biofuels produced using waste from various sources.
Feldheim, a small town in the corner of rural eastern Germany, has become a model for decentralized self-sufficiency and is 100% powered by renewables.
How’s this: a fuel cell that uses solar thermal energy, woody biomass, algae, and even chicken waste for energy, instead of relying on hydrogen.
What if the world’s food, water and energy problems were tackled together, cutting costs and making the whole greater than the sum of the parts?
The smallest of Spain’s Canary Islands is embracing its rich renewable resources, most notably through an innovative hybrid hydro-wind system.
Sculptures of giant fish were constructed using discarded plastic bottles on Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.