Countries Are Urged To Discard Myth That Green Growth Is A Luxury In Pursuing Development

The World Bank in a report said political considerations, entrenched behavior and a lack of appropriate financing systems are the chief obstacles to environmentally friendly development.

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Producing Low Cost Biofuels From Bacteria That Is More Commercially Viable

Researchers have developed a process in producing low cost, renewable biofuels from bacteria. They have reprogrammed photosynthetic microbes to secrete high-energy fats, making byproduct recovery and conversion to bio-fuels easier and potentially more commercially viable.

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Japan’s Energy Firms And Automakers Pushed For Green Fuel Cell Vehicles

Japanese automakers along with ten energy firms are making a renewed push behind Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs), which covert hydrogen into electricity and emit nothing more harmful than water vapor.

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Farm Wastes And Biomass – Sources of Alternative Energy

Farm wastes and biomass are significant sources of alternative energy in the Philippines. Based on a United Nations Development Programme and World Bank estimate, the country can sustain an annual biomass yield of 105 million tons of wood equivalent to 270 million barrels of oil fuel.

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