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World’s forests in ‘emergency room’

Mango pulp being processed for solar drying at Society for Energy, Environment and Development (SEED); (extreme right) Shyamala Rambhotla

How SEED hopes to help farmers through solar food processing

Sangeetha Devi Dundoo

Water, home-delivered at Turahalli forest

Ranjani Govind

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Juvenile oysters grow on shells reclaimed from restaurants as part of the Billion Oyster Project in New York City. The project is reestablishing oyster reefs in the New York Harbor to help revitalize the waters. Photo: Billion Oyster Project

Aw shucks! Can oysters clean up New York Harbor?

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Geneva Public Transport (TPG) is conducting tests with a TOSA electric bus for the city of Nantes

In Geneva, an electric bus sips energy at stops

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A Terraosave system installed in the boiler room of the Ajinomoto factory in Amiens.

Heating buildings with factory fumes

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