food

Clarkson University
According to these students at Clarkson University in New York state, unless you are located on the coast of California, it is nearly impossible to grow food year-round. They say they’ve created a unique greenhouse system that allows for year-round... Read More
If each community is self-sufficient in one staple - oil (e.g. avocado, macadamia, olive, canola, non-pungent mustard), sweetener (sugar cane, beet sugar, honey, pear concentrate, grape concentrate etc), some kind of starch or carbohydrate (e.g.
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America's favorite pastime is going green! At the home of the Seattle Mariners, officials were having trouble getting fans to put their leftover food in compost bins instead of trash cans. So what did they do? They made everything -- cups,... Read More
Colonial Beach High School
Oyster mushrooms have a high rate of reproduction. If the substrate is ground up finely and ideal conditions are provided the mushroom will be able to eat the substrate in just a few hours. The oyster mushroom can be eaten by humans and farm animals... Read More
I believe we should produce a vast network of desalinated water pumping systems, that is powered by clean energy (wind power, solar power, nuclear power, wave/tidal power, hydroelectric power and geothermal). The network would include vast high... Read More
Hemp has been uses for thousands of years by mankind and until last century in the United States it was common place. Farmers could benefit easily cause it grows like a weed and needs no pesticide or fertilizer. There are many products that could be... Read More
A brewery in England has started stirring up more than beer. Photo courtesy of Urban75.org (http://www.urban75.org/photos/suffolk/southwold-signs.html) Are American breweries behind? Maybe they should hop on board the trend to become energy... Read More
by Miranda Green and Andrea Vittorio The George Washington University group GroW has started a community garden on campus. The result: good food, local honey and a few dirty hands!
We know eating locally and organically is a healthier lifestyle, but did you also know that doing so can help reduce your carbon footprint? Not only does it contribute to a healthier lifestyle and planet, but eating locally and organically also... Read More
In the coming days in Washington D.C. researchers are likely to discuss the prospects of funding over half-a-billion three-dollar stoves, across the globe. The plan entails installation of clean stoves, which will help reduce the harmful carbon... Read More

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