Jun 12, 2018

A new generation of Indian farmers rejects industrial food production Katherine Martinko feistyredhair June 6, 2018 © Amrita Bhoomi/Facebook (used with permission) Supported by the Amrita Bhoomi Agroecology Centre, young farmers are experimenting with natural farming methods, while saving money and …

Jun 7, 2018

Green Tech expands, turning trash into fertilizer IN ALL NEWS / BY: ESTHER DURAND ON JUNE 7, 2018 AT 7:38 AM / Abigail O’Neal high fives a resident at the launch of a major recycling project in Road Town on Wednesday. Looking …

Jun 6, 2018

Could Zero-Waste Restaurants Be The Future Of Fine Dining? Emma Loewembg Sustainability Editor Photo: Nicholas Calcott May 24, 2018 — 9:40 AM In a cavernous room that could have been extracted from an otherworldly painting, three chefs describe their dining …

Jun 4, 2018

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Feb 22, 2018

More research confirms: the banana is the king (of supermarket food waste). Worldwide, the amount of food that’s produced but goes uneaten is nearing a staggering 50 percent. And while we know that meat produces the worst, most destructive food waste for the …

Feb 4, 2014

Vermistabilization of sewage sludge (biosolids) by earthworms: converting a potential biohazard destined for landfill disposal into a pathogen-free, nutritive and safe biofertilizer for farms Rajiv K. Sinha, Sunil Herat, Gokul Bharambe, Ashish Brahambhatt Griffith School of Engineering (Environment), Griffith University, …

Jul 29, 2012

Through both collection fees and high-value end products, it provides a strong financial return and the opportunity to play a major role in a recession-proof growth industry, the recycling of organic residual materials. methodology for organic materials, which are a major environmental, economic and social problem.

Jul 26, 2012

Paris (CNN) — Dressed in a wet suit, air tanks strapped to his back, poised to head overboard is an image of Jacques Cousteau most people would recognize.

It was a routine the French explorer and conservationist repeated over and over again, hundreds, perhaps thousands of times over his long and adventure-filled life. But less known was that Cousteau was an inventive genius.