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Amsterdam has introduced a new system that aims at recycling human urine to fertilise gardens. The compliant citizens will make use of the temprary urinals that have been set up by Waternet (Amsterdam's utility company), who will collect the urine and transform it to struvite which is used as fertilizer.
Many countries and cities across the globe suffer from drought. One such place is Lima, Peru. With only two inches of rainfall per year, Peruvian engineers were forced to design a contraption that would make use of the country's dense humidity.
With the seemingly never-ending growth of industrialisation, scientists have been driven to develop ways to lessen the amounts of pollution that have been emitted into the earth's atmosphere.One such invention is the smog-eating sidewalk, that liter
The Colorado University Boulder Team have recently discovered a means to split water into its two components of oxygen and hydrogen via sunlight. One of the greenest ways yet to produce hydrogen fuel.
Kevin Cyr, an artist, is one amongst many who strive to make the world a better and easier place to live in. With affrodable housing being a world-wide issue, he has invented the Camper Kart. Kevin Cyr's work is characterised by recycling, mobility, and self-sustainability.
New technology created by Pro-Teq called Starpath was inspired by the need for energy-saving alternatives for streetlights. It not only does the job but looks spectacular too: a starry night above and below.
Considering the hefty amounts of fossil fuel that Morocco has to import to keep the country running, students have been exploring the possibility of introducing solar-powered cars, which would greatly reduce the country's import expenses.