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    • Purifying Ethanol for Alcohol

      We all know that ethanol is being used in fuels; however, scientists are now researching the possibilities of using it as alcohol for beverages, pharm...

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    • Arctic Ice Woes

      It is not certain if climate change is responsible for an ancient ice shelf that broke loose from Ellesmere Island. This is the largest breakup of Arc...

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    • B.C. to be Energy Self-Sufficient

      By the year 2025, the Province of British Columbia could create enough energy to be completely energy self-sufficient while also reducing greenhouse g...

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    • Back to the Future

      Photo courtesy of the Lego Group Robotics is a relatively new industry. It is where computers were thirty years ago, according to a Scientific Americ...

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    • Google Going Solar

      In the largest solar panel system ever constructed in the US, Google Inc. is planning to incorporate 9,212 solar panels to power 30% of their Mountain...

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    • Toxic Chemicals Reporting Relaxed

      In a time for reducing toxic waste which is released into the environment, the EPA is relaxing regulations, according to a Dec 18 2006 article on Sc...

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    • Prince Charles Supporting Green Causes

      The future King of England, Prince Charles, is setting a good example by actively reducing his carbon footprint. He is planning to use less private ai...

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    • Airlines Not Recycling Enough

      Each year, the airline industry discards 4,250 tons of aluminum cans, 9,000 tones of plastic, and enough paper waste to fill a football field (over 23...

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    • Wasted energy could power entire U.S. fleet

      The United States power grid produces huge amounts of energy at night that is currently wasted.  According to a study by the U.S. Department of ene...

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    • The Nissan Green Program 2010

      By 2010, Nissan plans to launch the next generation fuel cell vehicle in Japan and North America. Fuel Cells are powered by oxygen and hydrogen in a f...

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