First Ever Bike Escalator Takes Cyclists Up the Hill in Norway

Norway is about to revolutionize their green transport system. The world's first ever bike escalator called CycloCable, comes to the rescue and helps thousands...

The Nuclear Era Will End Before 2030

A parliamentary group, called "The Greens" has released a report on Wednesday in which they underline the lack of nuclear development during the latest...

Cheapest Way to Get Hydrogen: the Photoelectrochemical Diode

Penn State researchers have found a cheaper method of producing hydrogen from water by the same old effect of electrolysis aided by the Sun's rays. They do not use classic solar cells, because these are expensive, but made a nanotechnology-based solar cell, called photoelectrochemical diode, that is simplistically said on the bottom of the water holding recipe.

New Cerium Oxide CO2-Adsorbing Material Created by Hitachi 13 Times More Efficient

A new CO2-adsorbing material based on cerium oxide has been created by Hitachi. It has been designed to capture the CO2 produced by coal-fired...

New Way to Determine Renewable Energy Potential of Waste

Cranfield University has reinvented the way to determine the renewable energy potential of waste before incineration. Benefits of the new method include reduction in...

Compostable Electronics to Hit the Shelves in Three Years

German scientists claim to have found the key to tackling the problem with ever-so-growing amounts of electronic waste- biodegradable, compostable electronics. I doubt a decade...

Bicycles Disguised as Cars Promote Sustainable City Mobility Across Europe

There is no single driver, who can honestly say that they like being stuck in a traffic jam. Yet, so few of them would...
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Newfound Bacteria Gobble Up Hazardous, er, Nuclear Waste

Before Halo, Need for Speed and even Super Mario, there was PacMan.  No, not the boxer from the Philippines who eats away Latino boxers...

Five Green Tech – New Year’s Resolutions for 2016

Looking for New Year's resolutions? Here are five green suggestions. It is that time of the year again, wen we look in retrospect, we analyze...

Disappearance of the Aral Sea, One of the Biggest Man-made Disasters

Aral Sea, the one that was once the biggest land-locked lake, providing food and jobs to thousands, is now only history. And people have...