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floatovoltaics, clean energy, solar systems

Clean Energy Helps Turning Lawns Into Urban Farms

Also: How floating solar farms are more efficient than the land ones.

Alternative building materials, building materials, green architecture, innovation

The Future of Construction with Innovative Building Materials

Also: Seven cities working to become car-less.

styrofoam, waste

Mealworms Could Help Reduce Styrofoam Waste

Also: Prefabricated home with a vegetative roof.

shipping containers, green architecture

Skyscrapers Made of Shipping Containers

Also: California to Label Monsanto’s Roundup as a carcinogen.

drinking water

How Safe Is Your Drinking Water?

Also: Turning E-waste into revenue.

hemp house, green architecture

Hemp House Pulls CO2 From the Air

Also: Eight steps to more bike-friendly cities.

floatovoltaics, clean energy

Floatovoltaics and Their Role in Clean Energy

Also: A public call for new and innovative green ideas.

cohousing, green living, green architecture

Cohousing Project in Berlin Shows New Options

Also: NASA’s data confirms rapid water depletion in aquifers.

green citiies, bicycling city

The Most Bicycle-Friendly Cities

Also: Cancer risk from toxic contaminants tripled in California.

home energy storage, design innovation, clean energy

The New Home Energy Storage by Tesla

Also: Floating solar farm to produce 8,000 tons of vegetables.

Toxic Chemicals in Our Daily Products

See what chemicals in our daily personal products pose a potential danger to our health.

green architecture

The Ocean Cleanup Project by Young Environmentalist

Also: The top green U.S. buildings this year.

green architecture, active house

California’s Drought and Water Conservation

Also: The Active House B10 produces twice the energy it needs.

green billboard, design innovation

Highway Billboard in Peru Grows Lettuce and Generates Water

Also: New buildings in France must have either solar or green roofs.

baby wipes

Baby Wipes Don’t Belong to Toilet

Also: San Francisco is the first city to ban sale of plastic bottles.