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Tag Archive: China

Feb 04

Infographic: Top 10 Solar Power Countries

This infographic will show us the top countries in the world using solar power measured in gigawatts. There may be some surprises in the results. Germany is the top country followed by China, Italy, Japan, the United States, Spain, France, Australia, Belgium and the United Kingdom. Source: http://www.halfpriceshutters.com.au/products/roller-blinds

Apr 29

Will Electric Vehicles Help Save the Environment in China?

China’s rapid industrialization over the last couple of decades has made the turned its economy into one of the world’s largest economies, second only to the United States, but it has had numerous negative effects, as well. It has brought about many environmental issues, such as deforestation and climate change, but also affecting the country’s …

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Dec 27

One Hundred Percent: The Global Push to Go Totally Green

The global push to go totally green is slowly gaining momentum around the world, and many countries are leading the way by producing the majority of their energy from clean, renewable sources. A decade ago, the idea of a totally green planet seemed like a subject for science fiction writers, but huge advances in renewable …

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Oct 10

Range Rover Silk Trail Trek

Land Rover unveiled the Range Rover Hybrid at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. They are a bit late to the green vehicle game, as this is their first ever production hybrid, while most major car manufacturers have been making hybrids and electric cars for a couple of years now. Be that as it may, the …

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Sep 11

Should the United States Emulate China’s Clean Water Program?

Many people in China are starting to develop health problems because of the amount of pollution in the country. Earlier this week, government officials announced that they needed to shut down many schools because children were starting to develop nosebleeds due to air pollution. Pollution has also deterred many tourists from visiting the country. The …

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Nov 20

Wondrous Silk

Silk in either manufactured or wild form has been used by mankind for thousands of years. This wonderful material is produced by a variety of insects and has been used for everything from the weaving of beautiful fabrics to current biomedical advances that use silk as medicine delivery system in replacement to needles. Silk production …

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Sep 25

Umut: China’s Wooden Electric Vehicle

The environment is popular right now. There is almost no other way to say it, and our current fascination with hybrid cars and the associated technologies is evidence to this fact. Within the last decade the automotive industry has seen a staggering number of innovations and developments in the environmentally-friendly direction, with more and more …

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Jul 12

10 Must-try Eco-tours in Asia

If you thought that caring for the environment meant never taking trips abroad or traveling to new, exciting places then think again. Eco-tourism has gone mainstream, and now even the most luxurious holidays can be enjoyed responsibly, it just takes a bit of research and careful planning in advance. Asia has become one of the …

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Jan 17

Infographic: Why You Should Stop Drinking Bottled Water

This infographic is courtesy of: http://www.naturalmat.co.uk/