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Displaying items by tag: Greenhouse gases

Want to buy the car that only the super-rich of the 1910 and 1920s could afford? It’s the Detroit Electric, a car that should have seen the world choose electricity over petrol decades ago, but for the fact oil and petrol became so cheap as to give electric cars a shock that they’re only recovering from now.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
We've all heard how better broadband will support lots of eco-friendly greenhouse gas reducing activities like telemedicine and teleworking, but the FTTH Council Europe has gone one better and attempted to balance the gains of these activities against the environmental impact of laying and operating FTTH networks. Not surprisingly, it's all good news.

Published in Cornered!
Australia's Commonwealth and Industrial research Organization (CSIRO) and Monash University in Melbourne have developed a chemical process that turns common green waste into a stable bio-crude oil. The reasearchers claim the energy is renewable, greenhouse gas neutral and eliminates the food versus fuel debate.

Published in Energy




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