Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green. Inhabitat is always interested in finding innovative uses for old technology, and this week we saw artists and designers from around the world produce new things from old, unused or outmoded gadgets. In Osaka, a local goldfish club has been transforming old phone booths into gigantic public fish tanks
Inhabitat’s Week in Green: solar panel printer, gold producing bacteria and a life-size of horse made of computer keys
Wondering where Apple stands environmentally after the recent withdrawal (and subsequent return ) of its laptops and desktops from the EPEAT rating system ? Greenpeace has issued a well-timed report, outlining the company’s broader back-end energy policies
Running DARPA has always demanded a certain amount of tech-savviness — it created what ultimately became the internet, after all — but it may get an extra coat of green paint with a new leader.
Inhabitat’s Week in Green: solar-powered plane, chrome Fisker Karma and the ‘blackest’ solar cells ever
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green. With the days getting longer and the spring sun creeping into the evening hours this week, we saw a host of impressive solar energy projects that put those rays to work. Kyocera revealed their plan for Japan’s largest solar farm and French company Areva announced they will be building the largest solar installation in Asia