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  1. GT QuickPack » The Plastic Soda Bottle Gets An Algae-Based Redesign

    [...] from a flexible membrane made of alginate, a substance extracted from the walls of brown algae, this bioligically-inspired plant-based plastic both reduces landfill waste and is edible. The [...]

  2. Could Bug-Infested Candy Save The Planet? | Crisp Green

    [...] rapidly growing world is taking its toll on the planet. Not only does factory farming contribute to soil depletion and water pollution, it produces a massive amount of greenhouse gases that are speeding up the [...]

  3. Jet Plane Takes Plant-Powered Flight Over Mexico | Crisp Green

    [...] UOP LLC, an Illinois-based subsidiary of Honeywell International, supplied the technology needed to convert Mexican-sourced jatropha, an inedible plant that can be grown in many climates and does not compete with the food chain, into green jet fuel. During this process, hydrogen is added to remove oxygen from natural oils produced by feedstocks like jatropha and algae. [...]

  4. GreenSelector.com » Jet Plane Takes Plant-Powered Flight Over Mexico

    [...] UOP LLC, an Illinois-based subsidiary of Honeywell International, supplied the technology needed to convert Mexican-sourced jatropha, an inedible plant that can be grown in many climates and does not compete with the food chain, into green jet fuel. During this process, hydrogen is added to remove oxygen from natural oils produced by feedstocks like jatropha and algae. [...]

  5. Science Barge Demonstrates Urban Farming On Open Water | Crisp Green

    [...] arable soil is scarce in densely populated cities, the creators of the Science Barge knew they had to come up [...]

  6. Floating Solar Power Plant Concept Perfect For Small Countries | Crisp Green

    [...] breathe, means that the system can significantly reduce water evaporation and eliminate organic and algae growth, while preserving water freshness and quality…all important features for a water-strapped [...]

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