How much water is on your plate?

Despite the wealth of water resources in Brazil, we have witnessed day after day, times when the water crisis suffered by other countries becomes real to us. Many initiatives are taken so that people become more aware, and start to save this precious resource. Reduce time in the shower, leaving from using and enjoying hoses […]

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Zero Waste

Each year in the United States, 17 million barrels of oil are used to produce billions of PET bottles, less than 30% are recycled. There are two possibilities for disposing of the bottles that are not recycled, they may end up in landfills or harming aquatic ecosystems and marine life, being responsible for jeopardizing the […]

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Sun Subway

The need for clean energy have moved to common sense, it has given vent to ideas that not long ago might seem revolutionary, or agenda for science fiction movies. Many projects takes us to seemingly futuristic scenarios, but this is our reality, we are moving in search of a aware society, where part of the […]

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Sweden recycles 99% of its waste

In Sweden, 99% of 461 kg of waste produced annually per capita in the country is recycled. That mark is the result of several policies involving public awareness as well as the accountability of companies for the cost of recycling the packaging in which market their products, similar to the Reverse Logistics which is being […]

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Bus Hound, the bus moved by cow feces

A bus able to circulate through the cities moved by a fuel extracted from animal feces, it seems bizarre to you? In the English streets this is a reality, the Bus Hound, is moved by cow feces, making it fully sustainable. The company Reading Buses, responsible for manufacturing the Bus Hound, proved that it is […]

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Solar farm

In the march to develop new technologies and search for sources of clean, renewable energy, France takes prominence with this amazing solar farm, which covers an area of ​​200 hectares in the hills of La Colle des Mées. The farm is the largest unit of its kind in the country, with a total of 112 […]

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Green roof

A law in Recife was enacted requiring to new residential buildings with over 4 floors and with covered area over 400 square meters, to deploy green roofs. Municipal Law 18,112 / 2015 was enacted in April and determines planting grass, vegetables, shrubs and small trees on the roofs of buildings. The law aims to increase […]

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