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From Toilets to Tanks, Sewage to Fuel

In Japan, the city of Fukuoka is using human sewage to fuel hydrogen-powered cars.  It’s part of the Fukuoka Hydrogen Leader City Project to achieve a hydrogen society. And it’s the first project in the world to produce sewage-powered cars. Fukuoka sends the … Continue reading

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Fresh Food For Free

Did you know? Almost 2 million pounds of food were collected in 2016 and distributed free of charge to shelters, daycares, after-school programs and clinics, to name a few centers, in 12 cities in the greater Boston area. This food, which includes … Continue reading

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Prodigious Plants that Depollute

Have you heard of plants capable of extracting minerals from the ground while stopping erosion and decontaminating the soil? That’s what plants called hyperaccumulators do. A hyperaccumulator is a plant that can grow in places containing very high levels of metals, … Continue reading

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TreeSisters: Planting Trees while Focusing on Women

TreeSisters is a non-profit charity that cares about tropical reforestation. Its mission is to “help reforest the Tropics and increase Earth’s green cover through the combined leadership of women around the world who seek to bring ecological balance back to the … Continue reading