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Here's some other stuff I've been working on at work:
'Green' furniture cut out from cardboard
No tech cure for oceans 'damned' by plastic (48:1 plastic to plankton ratio in Africa-sized swath of ocean)
50 minutes with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom
More coverage related to the Cleantech Forum
Q&A with Cameron Sinclair, Open Architecture Network
(Photos: Open source housing for those in need)
Ecomodders make fuel good to the last drop
Photos: Green bloggers stash trash
Ecobloggers bring the landfill home
Baking plastic from plants
Photos: A future in bioplastics
Photos: A toxic lie detector test
Software is dead; long live software
2008.03.07 in bioplastics, green body, green events, green fuels, green junk | Permalink
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Not sure how to email you, so forgive the comment here.
You might be interested in this video featuring British eco-designer Oliver Heath on using recycled materials in the home: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eii_7WTxoHw
Keep up the great work! Cheers; Kevin Reed
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2008.03.20 at 04:32 AM
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