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Tips for an Eco Commute

Tips for an Eco Commute

Your commute may not be your favourite part of the day, and, depending on how you travel, it may not be particularly green either. Of course, we can't all go and splash out on brand new electric or hybrid cars, but there are ways to make your commute just a little more eco-friendly. Although i

Posted byon04.4.2013inTransportation

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Plan Ahead for a Green Camping Adventure

Plan Ahead for a Green Camping Adventure

Camping can be a great way to enjoy the wonders of nature. Enjoying the camping experience while having as small an impact on nature as possible is known as green camping. This is the most responsible way to spend time in the wilds. With some planning and forethought, the green camping adventure

Posted byon03.20.2013in@ Green Geek

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MIT Researchers Invent Infrared Solar Cells

MIT Researchers Invent Infrared Solar Cells

40% of all solar energy that hits the earth lays in the infrared spectrum. Imagine if this energy could be harnessed in much the same way that traditional photovoltaics cells convert sunlight (in the visible range) into useful electricity. This is exactly what a small research group at MIT (Mas

Posted byon12.1.2012inEnergy, Sustainable Tech

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Breakthrough in Hydrogen Production with Solar Energy

Breakthrough in Hydrogen Production with Solar Energy

It’s not many years ago since the first hydrogen-powered cars were created. Using hydrogen as a fuel source is superior to conventional combustion-based engines in many ways. The main one is this: Extracting energy from hydrogen molecules is not polluting in any way. In fact, the only byproduc

Posted byon11.20.2012inEnergy

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