TreeHugger Radio: Architecture for Humanity's Open Source Architecture Movement & Green Energy from Busy Feet and Microorganisms



This week on TreeHugger Radio: Creative and groundbreaking solutions to global problems are everywhere. We look at a flight of stairs that gathers energy from busy feet, and algae cultures that eat emissions from power plants to make green fuel. We also speak with Cameron Sinclair of Architecture for Humanity and Ingrid Van Den Hoogen of Sun Microsystems about the new collaborative Open Architecture Network. Listen for TreeHugger Radio every Friday on EcoTalk with Betsy Rosenberg. Also keep your eyes and ears out for our extended interview with Cameron Sinclair early next week. (listen) ::TreeHugger Radio

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