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Displaying items by tag: Carbon dioxide

College students at Allegheny College, in Meadville, Pennsylvania, are hanging their undergarments (bras, socks,  undies) out to dry as part of 350 Project—an international campaign to make  people aware that 350 parts per million is the highest level of carbon emissions that Earth’s atmosphere can tolerate before irreversible damage occurs.

Published in Energy
Japanese electronics powerhouse Sharp is showcasing its “Zero Emission House” with one of the highlights being a low power consumption prototype 26-inch LCD TV. If desired, it can fully powered by a similarly sized solar panel connected to a battery system that stores the electricity generated by the sun, giving you power even if “off the grid”. Cool!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The 2008 Annual Review of household expenses for the heir to the British throne, shows that Prince Charles has converted one car to run on wine and cheese while several others run on used cooking oil. All of which has helped reduce the Prince's carbon footprint by 18 percent while maintaining his reputation for eccentricity...

Published in Climate

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