The phrase “food to fuel” often refers to production of corn-based ethanol or soy-based biodiesel… not exactly most efficient use of these commodities. But there are situations when food to fuel represents a smart use of resources: when that food will go to a landfill. While the capture of landfill gas has become more prevalent, why spend the money and other resources shipping it there? Why not just direct food waste to energy production?
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New documentary Trainsforming America makes a sensible, impassioned argument for improving our options for rail travel in the United States.
Still driving a clunker? That’s not surprising: times are tough, and credit’s tight. But even if you’re not ready to invest in a new vehicle, you don’t want to burn more gas then necessary. MPGOMatic’s planned video series “Ain’t Fuelin” will show you how to upgrade that clunker into a fuel-efficient ride…
Think of cities as cesspools of crime and pollution? Or vibrant hubs of economic, cultural, and social innovation? New TED book City 2.0 shares the ideas of twelve thinkers on how we make the world’s cities – now home to over half of us – viable and sustainable.
Members of the community at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst took a step beyond the normal organic kitchen garden on campus, and created (and filmed) a permaculture garden.
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This week at Hangin’ with sustainablog, we’re talking electric cars, and the news that prices on some of the best-known models may be coming down. Join us as we discuss the price of EVs with Cleantechnica’s Zachary Shahan.
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Think a musical instrument made from junked material will sound like, well, junk? Think again: the Recycled Orchestra from Paraguay makes gorgeous music on orchestra instruments made of landfill finds.