Technology for the Environment is our tagline at EcoGeek, but what does that mean? There are a variety of technologies that we look at, but in terms of saving the world, in the long run, what scenarios are going to have the greatest impact?
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We should not be looking at these as either/or scenarios, any more than we should be thinking that way about whether hydrogen or biofuel is going to be replacing gasoline in our automobiles. All of these approaches will need to be incorporated into a greener future, just as multiple systems need to be added to our energy choices. There is http://africa-info.org/viagra-legal no one right solution.
via: Beyond the Beyond
written by Diana Moneymaker, December 05, 2007
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