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This week, we have stories about insects as food, motionless wind generators, recovering leftovers at the Super Bowl, turning plastic into useful items, and the importance of fungi and mushrooms.
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Happy Eco News Top 5
After yellow mealworms were authorized by the European Food Safety Authority in June, two more types of insects have been given the green light for human consumption: the house cricket and the migratory locust. Read More
To address these issues, clean tech startup Aeromine Technologies has developed what they call a motionless wind turbine to quietly harness wind energy. Read More
The Food Recovery Network is in its third year of recovering leftovers from Super Bowl events and donating them to needy organizations. Read More
Ocean Legacy Foundation has created Ocean Legacy Plastic, commercially available plastic pellets made out of 100% post-consumer plastics. Read More
Time and time again, nature is what we keep returning to save our planet. It shouldn’t be surprising, as nothing truly comes from nothing. Read More
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