SUSTAINABLE FUELS FROM WASTE AND RESIDUE

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The transport sector is a major contributor to the emission of greenhouse gases. Road, air and water transport mostly run on fossil fuels. Therefore, the transport industry needs to invest in and embrace innovative solutions that help to drive down its pollution footprint. Sustainable biofuel by GoodFuel An innovative company, GoodFuels’ is producing its second-generation […]

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4 FASCINATING THINGS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FORESTS

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Forests are so much more than a large collection of trees. They are critical not only to flora and fauna but also to communities that depend on them, contributing significantly to nutrition and economic opportunities. In 2006, forests distributed across the globe covered 4 billion hectares (15 million square miles) or approximately 30 percent of […]

DOES ‘ORGANIC’ MEAN ANYTHING? – Part 2

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BENEFITS OF ‘ORGANIC’ Now this is not as easy and straight forward as it seems. Although there is widespread public belief that Organic Food is safer, more nutritious and better tasting, it is still difficult to confirm these claims scientifically. However, these beliefs are still promoted by the organic food industry. Consumers purchase and consume […]