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Cars you may be driving in 10 years
Automakers are working to answer one central question — how to provide sustainable transportation for people worldwide — but they’re finding different solutions.
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Oxfam charts brave new world of activism
LONDON, June 6 (OneWorld.net) – A campaign to end global hunger launched in over 40 countries last week by the international aid agency, Oxfam, may signal new levels of ambition for movements pursuing social and environmental reform.
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World’s first trash-to-fuel plant
Pontotoc could become home to the world’s first fully operational, commercial-scale plant to create ethanol from garbage. Montreal-based Enerkem plans to break ground “later this year” on Enerkem Mississippi Biofuels, which should begin producing 10 million gallons of biofuel annually by 2013.
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