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Poo power: turning human waste into clean energy in Kenya’s slums

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Bio-centres turning human waste into electricity prove that faeces is the ultimate source of renewable energy

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Meeting water and energy challenges in agri-food sector with technology

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Innovations in sugar cane processing to reduce water use and produce energy will help to meet future agricultural product demands . . . → Read More: Meeting water and energy challenges in agri-food sector with technology

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Biogas: can a green energy source be environmentally damaging?

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Government efforts to protect sustainable agriculture may also cut off growth of the burgeoning British biogas industry . . . → Read More: Biogas: can a green energy source be environmentally damaging?

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From open defecation to toilets that produce biogas and fertiliser

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New innovations in compost toilets aim to make a dent in sanitation and energy problems in the developing world . . . → Read More: From open defecation to toilets that produce biogas and fertiliser

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5 innovations helping business deliver more value with less impact

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From straw homes to biogas-powered factories, some businesses are responding to economic and planetary pressures . . . → Read More: 5 innovations helping business deliver more value with less impact

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Food waste around the world

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As China’s leadership announces reducing food waste as a priority, we take a look at how other countries are tackling the issue . . . → Read More: Food waste around the world

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How a false solution to climate change is damaging the natural world

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In growing maize for biogas, the crop that does most damage to the soil is being specifically exempted from the rules . . . → Read More: How a false solution to climate change is damaging the natural world

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Smithfield Foods, Kroger and other big food vendors turn waste into energy

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Big food companies – and even the Cleveland Browns – use food waste and pig feces to power biogas projects. Why does market success remain a challenge? . . . → Read More: Smithfield Foods, Kroger and other big food vendors turn waste into energy

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Fracking push blinding government to greener energy, say campaigners

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Exploiting the potential of biogas from waste instead of fracking could create tens of thousands of jobs, proponents say . . . → Read More: Fracking push blinding government to greener energy, say campaigners

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Northumbrian Water: serious about sewage

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Company uses sludge waste as a source of renewable energy, saving millions of pounds and cutting carbon by 20% . . . → Read More: Northumbrian Water: serious about sewage

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