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This blog post is from Thailand, where Dr. Wirachai Roynarin is developing low wind-speed turbines that are low impact and perhaps the perfect solution for South-East Asia. It is part 10 and the last of a series of wind energy stories from the Force project by photographer…Continue
Posted by Cara on July 10, 2012 at 11:13
According to a new report, on the effects of climate change on food systems, UK consumers will be unable to afford many of their current food staples, like meat, by the year 2050. Unfortunately the same pressures on the UK’s food system will apply globally.
As important as I think reports like this are it's just another example of a narrow vision of what we may have in store for us in the decades ahead. Missing from this report are such issues as topsoil loss, desertification,…Continue
Posted by Ronnie Wright on July 9, 2012 at 15:00
Wind and Tulips, Success in North Holland
This blog post comes from North Holland where Jaap van der Beek grows tulips, onions, potatoes and harvests the wind. It is also a story about how one farmer is working together with others across the country to grow the wind energy sector. It is part 9 of a series of wind energy stories from the Force project by photographer Robert van Waarden - please consider sharing this story…Continue
Posted by Cara on July 5, 2012 at 15:00