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The Chicago Department of Aviation (CAD) has hired a herd of goats to provide sustainable vegetation management at O’Hare International Airport. The city’s department of aviation awarded a $100,000 contract to Central Commissary Holdings, which owns the small grazing herd and operates several restaurants including Chicago’s ... keep reading
Ziptrek Ecotours in Queenstown, New Zealand is flying high after almost four years in business and over a quarter of a million zips successfully completed. The established eco company operates an exhilarating zipline tour from the top of Queenstown’s Bobs Peak Ziptrek Ecotours won the Queenstown Chamber of Commerce ... keep reading
http://vimeo.com/23675856 Marcus Woollen is a prime example of what bicycling can do for your mind, body and spirit. Fifteen months ago, after being declared obese by his doctors, he decided he needed to get healthy and find a way to fit exercise into his busy schedule. So ... keep reading
So we know now that wine is under threat from climate change, coffee is affected and now Reuters reports that turbulence on transatlantic flights will become more frequent and severe as carbon emissions rise. So climate change is going to affect every aspect of our lives. All the things we ... keep reading
Samoa Air has been using a system of charging by weight for some flights for some time and it has now become the first airline in the world to extend this system for all flights after the move was approved a few months ago. So if you're taking an ... keep reading
Air New Zealand’s Great Walkers have this afternoon completed nine Great Walks in nine weeks. Over the past nine weeks Joel Cogger (Australia), Richard Harrison (United Kingdom) Stephanie Hathaway (United States) and Toshitake Suzuki (Japan) have been travelling New Zealand conquering each of the nine Great Walks back to ... keep reading
The advent of for-profit commercial spaceflight will not only benefit potential tourists, it will also likely transform space research, S. Alan Stern writes in a feature article in this month’s Scientific American. While scientists in the field of oceanography, for example, can routinely visit the deep sea to conduct ... keep reading
Toyota has introduced the i-Road, a two-seater personal mobility vehicle that will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show this week. This flexible, three-wheeled form of transport is designed for city streets. It is said to be more comfortable and safer than a motorcycle, while having the similar ... keep reading
In the race for renewable biofuels, the three leading U.S. contenders are algae, jatropha and camelina. All have their passionate advocates, but amidst the partisan campaigning, camelina is emerging at the initial winner, with enormous potential implications for U.S. agronomy and companies involved in its cultivation. On 26 ... keep reading
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