Scientists at Penn State University are changing the properties of flow batteries and by doing so, can turn carbon dioxide (CO2) into usable energy. Still, in its development phase, the flow battery will be instrumental in eradicating our reliance on fossil fuels – especially those being generated from power stations.

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Whether it’s the Ecopolis Lilypad designed to accommodate 50,000 future ecological refugees or Waternest 100 – the eco-friendly floating home powered by solar panels, European architects are revolutionizing the green construction industry. The goal is rather simple: to slow down climate change, reduce CO2 emissions, and reduce our carbon footprint with alternative living solutions.

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