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City in the Sky is a project between Megatropolis and Hrama that imagines a world in such mega cities as London and New York City where gardens and oases soar far above congestion and pollution.
Last year, the Japanese government announced the creation of a national feed-in tariff (FiT) for solar, joining Germany and China in creating robust public policy to drive deployment of renewable energy. The program starts this summer.
Two researchers at Japan’s Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a technology that can create bone tissue out of fish scales.
Low levels of radiation from last years’ Fukushima Diaichii disaster in Japan have been discovered in bluefin tuna swimming of the California coast.
Cleanup workers today began a massive cleanup of 40 tons of debris from last year’s tsunami in Japan that washed up on Montague Island in Alaska’s Prince William Sound.
Geothermal energy in Japan has the potential to power 16 million homes at a time when the country is struggling during this post-nuclear era.
For the first time since 1970, Japan became completely nuclear free yesterday with the shutdown of the Tomari nuclear reactor on the island of Hokkaido.
As debris from last year’s tsunami in Japan now washes up in North America, much of it is also settling into the Pacific Garbage Patch.
While the California high speed rail project flails for a bevy of reasons, Amtrak still putters on in the San Joaquin Valley.
Japan’s Ministry of Economy announced today that a price incentive program should boost the country’s clean energy capacity by 13 percent through March 2013.
In my latest article on Guardian Sustainable Business, I discuss how ancient architectural techniques are affecting green building projects around the world, from Abu Dhabi to Japan.
Can McDonald’s and “Best of Green” be in the same sentence? Projects around the world have boosted the company's efforts on energy efficiency and waste diversion.