Looking back one, two and five years ago today on Worldchanging:
2009 China Recruits Algae to Combat Climate Change
Jonathan Watts reports on a groundbreaking greenhouse bioreactor, by the Chinese firm ENN, that breeds microalgae, one of the fastest growing organisms on the planet, with carbon captured from gasified coal...
Nothing for today!
2005 Twelve Principles of Green Chemistry
Here's a great overview of the recent 2nd International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry, including a run-down on the twelve basic principles of green chemistry...
Seeing China taking up the race in algal biotechnology is interesting. But I doubt that the tube reactor shown in the picture is able to economically produve algae for energetic use... Nonetheless, lets see was is coming up next - China has got the ressources to push this technologies.
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