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30 Aug A revolution in building roads

The PlasticRoad project of the Dutch company VolkerWessels is an intelligent way to transform non-biodegradable plastic waste. They are crushed and then compacted to create modular plates. Prefabricated in the factory, these plates are then assembled on site, as a construction game. These roads would have...

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25 Jan Zephyr Solar helps disaster victims

Firstly the aim of this photovoltaic balloon is to make the humanitarian intervention easier by allowing the access to energy in a crisis situation. Inflated with helium in a few minutes, the balloon of 3 m diameter covered with ultra-light solar panels is sent into the...

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19 Dec Planet Summit 2017

On December 12th, took place the One Planet Summit. Achieving the historic Paris climate change agreement and building a better world, recquires leadership, determintaion, creativity and coordination, it also need finance. Participants of this meeting presented nearly thirty projects. The Bill Gates Foundation, the European Commission and several...

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31 May A revolutionary wind converter

In Tunisia, the Tyer Wind company develops a wind converter inspired by hummingbird. The Hummingbird is one of the world's most energetically-efficient flyers. The turbine is equipped with a pair of flapping wings that are over five feet long and move in a figure-eight motion – just...

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17 May Sustainable Lighting Systems – Glowee

  An entire town lighted by living organisms ? A yang company named Glowee thinks it could be possible. At least in the future. For the moment, the company offers a most original of answers for decorating or illuminating an event. At least for now, this light is...

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24 Apr A carbon eating tower in Taiwan

A belgian architect created a tower able to eat carbon in Taiwan's capital city. The tower will be completed in September 2017 and "eats" 130 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions each year. No new technology only trees! Vincent Calleaut had a simple but a good idea. Would you...

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