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Edgewater Carriage House Small House
Blogger Kent Griswold published Tue Jun 04 08:00 2013 - Tiny House Blog
The post Edgewater Carriage House Small House appeared first on Tiny House Blog. Yankee Barn Homes makes many plans and this one, called the Edgewater Carriage House, fits into the small range of homes that readers like to see on the blog every now and then. Yankee Barn Homes’ pre-fabricated concept is exceptionally eco-friendly, and a big time-saver, but you still get the beauty, strength, quality, and design ... The post Edgewater Carriage House Small House appeared first on Tiny House Blog.  read full story on "Tiny House Blog" »

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T-Shirts Support Bangladesh Garment Industry Workers
Blogger Starre Vartan published Tue Jun 04 09:32 2013 - Eco-Chick
The Spectrum Ali Tazreen Rana T-Shirts were made to support and cause awareness of the growing epidemic that is fast fashion and the horrific garment factories pushing clothing ... The post T-Shirts Support Bangladesh Garment Industry Workers appeared first on Eco-Chick.  read full story on "Eco-Chick" »

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Scientist Using Viruses to Improve Batteries, Solar Cells and Biofuels Wins Major Prize
Blogger RP Siegel published Tue Jun 04 09:00 2013 - Triple Pundit
MIT Materials Scientist Angela Belcher has been doing amazing things for a while now. Her work uniquely combines biotechnology and nanotechnology. She has produced solutions to numerous critical problems in the clean energy field including solar PV, battery technology and biofuels by developing viruses that will bind together and grow materials in ways that were previously not possible, or else highly energy-intensive, dirty, or wasteful. Today, she is the 2013 Winner of the 500,000 MIT Lemelson Prize. The post Scientist Using Viruses to Improve Batteries, Solar Cells and Biofuels Wins Major Prize appeared first on Triple Pundit People, Planet, Profit.  read full story on "Triple Pundit" »

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New York vs. the Sharing Economy
Blogger Raz Godelnik published Tue Jun 04 05:09 2013 - Triple Pundit
Both the state and city of New York have been challenging a number of sharing economy companies and their disruptive models, including Airbnb, Uber, SideCar and RelayRides. So what’s going on here is New York becoming an unfriendly territory for sharing economy innovations And even more importantly, how will these legal battles impact the sharing economy and its efforts to go mainstream The post New York vs. the Sharing Economy appeared first on Triple Pundit People, Planet, Profit.  read full story on "Triple Pundit" »

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Akermin Pilot Captures 90 CO2
Blogger Jessica Lyons Hardcastle published Tue Jun 04 10:17 2013 - Environmental Management News

Akermin says it has successfully tested its Biocatalyst Delivery System at the National Carbon Capture Center in Wilsonville, Ala. The pilot unit pictured has operated continuously for several weeks capturing close to 90 percent CO2 from flue gas with significant rate enhancement and no degradation in performance, the cleantech company says. Akermin CEO Barry Blackwell ...  read full story on "Environmental Management News" »

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The Stream, June 3 Oyster Deaths a Harbinger of Ecological Collapse in Apalachicola Bay
Blogger Andrew Maddocks published Mon Jun 03 01:29 2013 - Circle of Blue
The Apalachicola Bay is a budding ecological crisis, with a crashing oyster population after decades of reduced river-supply flows. Overharvesting and drought, The New York Times reported, are the two primary contributors, and despite restoration efforts, there is not enough fresh water for the oysters to rebound. Read Circle of Blue’s story about the region’s ... The post The Stream, June 3 Oyster Deaths a Harbinger of Ecological Collapse in Apalachicola Bay appeared first on Circle of Blue WaterNews.  read full story on "Circle of Blue" »

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Federal Water Tap, June 3 U.S. Farm Conservation Programs Double As Drought Adaptation, Study Finds
Blogger Brett Walton published Mon Jun 03 11:00 2013 - Circle of Blue
Saving Water Farmers in regions of the U.S. facing a higher risk of drought are more likely to enroll in federal land and water conservation programs, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture study. The Conservation Reserve Program pays farmers not to plant on land that is easily eroded, and the Environmental Quality Incentives Program ... The post Federal Water Tap, June 3 U.S. Farm Conservation Programs Double As Drought Adaptation, Study Finds appeared first on Circle of Blue WaterNews.  read full story on "Circle of Blue" »

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Calstart Sees Greentech Opportunities in China
Blogger CleanTechies Guest Author published Mon Jun 03 09:00 2013 - CleanTechies Blog

China’s passenger vehicle market is in the crosshairs of many U.S. companies with green automotive technology. The bus market is also getting a lot of attention. There hasn’t been much focus on efforts to make the medium and heavy-duty truck sector more environmentally friendly, however. That is a missed opportunity, said Bill Van Amberg, senior ... Rating 5.0-5 1 vote cast  read full story on "CleanTechies Blog" »

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Airbus Fires Up the Engines on Its New Composite Airliner
Blogger Jason Paur published Mon Jun 03 04:04 2013 - Wired Autopia

Airbus is one step closer to the first flight of its newest airliner after firing up the engines of the A350-XWB over the weekend.  read full story on "Wired Autopia" »

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Study Finds GE Salmon Able to Cross-Breed with Brown Trout
Blogger Beyond Pesticides published Mon Jun 03 12:01 2013 - Beyond Pesticides
Beyond Pesticides, June 3, 2013 A new study, published in Proceedings of the Royal Society, found that genetically engineered GE AquaBounty AquaAdvantage salmon can successfully cross-breed with brown trout, a closely related species. GE salmon, created by the biotech company AquaBounty, are designed to reach maturity faster than their wild counterparts and would be the ...  read full story on "Beyond Pesticides" »

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