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Image credit: The Urban Farming Guys Biogas and anaerobic digestion made number one in HowStuffWorks' list of wacky alternative energy, and poop-to-energy biogas projects have proven popular on Discovery News too. From biogas in Haitian slums to green
A startup from Israel has developed a home-sized biogas unit that can take organic waste and convert it into enough gas for 2-4 hours of cooking, as well as 5 to 8 liters of organic liquid fertilizer, every single day.
There are a lot of pointless Kickstarters out there. This is NOT one of them.
Clean energy is sometimes touted as space-age technology. Some of the principles, however, can be pretty darned simple.
We've already seen one company in the UK selling biogas direct to the consumer, and extolling its vegan virtues too. Now households in Oxfordshire, UK, will be cooking and heating their
Norwegian cruise operator Hurtigruten is instituting a plan to power its ships using dead fish, part of an effort to be more environmentally sound.
A young Toronto-based woman is working to build a school in the Kenyan village near where she grew up.
High-tech hydroponic containers allow for soil-less cultivation and a carefully controlled yield.
Killington's K-1 Express Gondola will get its electricity from Green Mountain Power's Cow Power program this winter.
UK households can now buy 15 percent green gas and 100 percent green electricity with one easy tariff.