Future source of organ transplant

Science is progressing so fast that we will have no shortage of organs to be transplanted into humans.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/forget-blood-type-soon-well-able-transplant-organs-from-profeta-md

 

 

Sleek self-sufficient home.

https://www.yahoo.com/realestate/self-sustainable-floating-home-months-205624399/photo-floating-home-a-new-design-1446859231284.html

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Costa Rica Goes Fossil Fuel Free for 75 Days

An interesting read on what Costa Rica was able to achieve.

http://time.com/3765609/costa-rica-fossil-fuels/

You can also download Clippet and and listen to this news: http://clippetnews.com#!play?c=1T3WZ<> on March 26, 2015 in San Jose, Costa Rica.

A brilliant concept to clean the Ocean Waste

http://www.theoceancleanup.com/prezi/

2014 Was The Hottest Year Since At Least 1880

Watch a NASA animation of five-year global temperature averages, mapped from 1880 to 2014:

Bill Gates says “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure”

http://www.rediff.com/business/report/pix-special-human-poop-into-potable-water-yes-bill-gates-makes-it-a-reality/20150109.htm09bill1

From Toilet to Tap…

California’s current drought is raising awareness of the value of water re-use projects.

Orange County water officials are planning to expand a unique water conservation project in the county. Currently, 70 million gallons of waste water are turned into usable water and put back into the ground every day. Officials plan to expand that to 100 million gallons of water.

At the Groundwater Replenishment System plant treated wastewater goes through a three-step treatment process using microfiltration, reverse osmosis and UV light.

http://www.scpr.org/news/2014/03/06/42632/california-drought-orange-county-taps-sewage-water/

Listen to this piece from NPR: http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=17354825&m=1735480379564_fbfc3a5c62b760c52fe8317b6579cf59_6503d4a90f1531e718e1a8d78f4d819c

Could energy from living crops be the next sustainable power source?

Researchers in the Netherlands are working on a technique called Plant-e, which converts energy from growing plantlife and bacteria systems into electricity, turning crop fields into power sources.

http://www.springwise.com/energy-living-crops-sustainable-power-source/plant-e