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Amazing Things Are Happening in Azraq Camp

Did you know it’s possible to grow plants in sand and gravel with nutrients but without soil? It’s called hydroponics, and it is one of the many important projects happening in Azraq refugee camp, located in Jordan on hot desert terrain, where over 53,000 displaced people … Continue reading

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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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“New Hope for the Climate” from Al Gore

“There is surprising – even shocking – good news: Our ability to convert sunshine into usable energy has become much cheaper far more rapidly than anyone had predicted. The cost of electricity from photovoltaic, or PV, solar cells is now … Continue reading

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Swiss Success Story

“Solar Impulse is the only airplane of perpetual endurance, able to fly day and night on solar power, without a drop of fuel.” Solar Impulse 2 is a “revolutionary single-seater aircraft made of carbon fiber [that] has a 72 meter wingspan (larger … Continue reading