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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Indian villagers’ lives transformed by new energy delivery system
Solar micro grids set up by a social enterprise are helping the poorest to stay connected and stop relying on kerosene.
Deserts prove fertile ground for renewable energy
Change is in the air in northern Africa and energy policy is also undergoing a revolution.
Tetsunari Iida on the renewable future of Japan
A former nuclear researcher/engineer has a radical but straightforward idea — that Japan can go 100% renewable.
Agave sweetens livelihoods for indigenous women
Producing goods from traditional crops (using solar power) is now a top source of income for Otomí communities in central Mexico.
Putting nanotech to green use?
After a glimpse of eco-friendly uses of nanotechnology at a recent exhibit in Tokyo, we still have questions.
Hawaii’s clean energy challenge
Although it is the most oil-dependent State in the United States, Hawaii launched a Clean Energy Initiative and aims to go 70% green by 2030.
Modern society is built on fossil fuel. But as its cost to wallets and habitats become ever more intolerable, one system is dying as another strives to hatch.
Here comes the sun: Eco-Products 2009 Tokyo
Visitors to Tokyo's Eco-Products expo can check out the low-carbon future of Japan, and perhaps the world.
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