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Mother Nature Network (blog)

2018-06-18 21:50:38

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Norway tests small electric plane, sees passenger flights by 2025 if shift to green tech grows

“This is a start … but we have to make jet fuel a lot more expensive,” said Arild Hermstad, a leader of the Green Party. The first electric planes flew across the English Channel in July 2015, including an Airbus E-Fan. French aviator Louis Bleriot ...and more »

The Japan Times

2018-06-18 21:34:48

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Busines Initiative Directions Award

Sounyf Sarl: Opening Benin to the world of quality

Experts on importation and exportation of goods and services in the West Africa region

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Scissors Salon in Colombo and Negombo, Sri Lanka Constantly Listening to Customers and Giving them What they Want

Vidal Sassoon, Pioneering Hair Stylist and International Businessman, Established Principles for Successful Hair Design

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Mexico's World Cup goal didn't just stun Germany; it caused an earthquake

When Hirving Lozano scored the first goal for Mexico in the opening match against Germany on June 17, the celebration was earth-shaking — literally. Across the country, millions of people jumped in sheer jubilation. The Earth, however, was not amused.and more »

Mother Nature Network

2018-06-18 16:02:39

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Data Sheet—Why the Pride of Green Tech Startups Is Going Public

Outsiders to Silicon Valley want to believe their region one day will surpass it. With one possible exception—China—it'll never happen. A little known company called Bloom Energy illustrates why. Bloom has been around since 2001, and for the first ...

Fortune

2018-06-18 13:02:39

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