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Fighting pollution with vertical gardens on highway pillars

Saving the world and adding some beauty to the landscape all in one

Saving the world and adding some beauty to the landscape all in one.

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ENLÄ°L urban turbine uses traffic to generate electricity

Wind from passing cars drives it, and it gathers solar power, too

Wind from passing cars drives it, and it gathers solar power, too.

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Moving sculptures on the beaches of The Netherlands

These sculptures might change your definition of art

Sculptures that can move? These mobile "animals" are the artistic vision of Dutch artist and kinetic sculptor Theo Jansen. Since 1990 Jansen has been creating a new form of art in motion that lives on beaches. Jansen's animals are wind powered and were seen in a BMW commercial in 2006. The skeletal structure of each animal is made from electrical tubes bound together by zip ties. A rotating spine in the internal structure of the creatures allow the animals to move forwards and backwards. Jansen

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Ecotricity offering 1,000 free EV miles to new customers

Ecotricity is offering electric vehicle drivers in the United Kingdom an lengthy incentive for using green energy: 1,000 miles of free fast charging per year. Called "Green Electricity + Car," the program will power customers' homes with renewable power allow them to charge their cars through Ecotricity's national network of fast chargers, which the company has named the Jon LeSage