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Technological fix

On March 23, 2016 By


A list of articles on the technological fix


China[s biggest solar farm   read more here

South Africa Solar Energy    read more


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Earthrise from AlJazeera

On July 29, 2012 By

earthrise explores solutions to today’s environmental challenges, taking an upbeat look at ecological, scientific, technological and design projects the world over. Our reporters meet inspiring individuals and communities leading […]

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Government plans for broadband access across the UK are not nearly ambitious enough.  

Whilst Paris and Moscow are installing fibre optic cables which can deliver upto 1000Mpbs, […]

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Light – a technological fix

On December 13, 2011 By

There are hopes of a breakthrough on LED light bulbs.

No warm up time, expensive at £20 a time, but as they last 10 years a family with […]

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In response to poor soil management researchers from World Agroforestry Centre believe planting certain tree species can result in nitrogen fixing and greater crop yields.

The trees can […]

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Farming with no sunlight!

On September 26, 2011 By

Dutch scientists are working on producing food using just blue and red light!

No excesive use of nitrates and no gm!  An interesting experiment which you can read […]

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China is attempting to regulate the water used in its second biggest river system using a complex system of computer controlled checks.  However with a wide variety of […]

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A report from Ernst and Young says that the cost of installing solar panels will have dropped by half 2009 levels by 2013.

This should make them cost […]

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