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October 24 Green Energy News

Headline News:

  • “New Ground As Tech Aims To Help Boost Soil Health” • More than half of the world’s agricultural soil is degraded, experts say. An Indian guru called Sadhguru is leading a global campaign, SaveSoil, which pushes to improve soil health around the world. He calls for farmers to be given incentives to keep a minimum of 3% of organic content in their soil. [BBC]

Sadhguru (SaveSoil image)

  • “Nigeria’s Stolen Oil, The Military And A Man Whose Name Is Government” • A network of illegal oil pipelines being unearthed in Nigeria shows the extent of oil theft in the country. In Delta state, thieves built their own 4 km (2.5 mile) pipeline through the heavily guarded creeks to a 24-foot rig on the Atlantic Ocean, where vessels blatantly load stolen oil. [BBC]
  • “Etihad Airways Plans To Bring In COP27 Delegates On A Net Zero Emissions Flight” • Delegates to COP27 will travel to the conference with net zero emissions, rather than contributing to climate change. Etihad Airways partnered with World Energy for the first Net-Zero flight powered by Book & Claim, a Sustainable Aviation Fuel, to deliver delegates. [CleanTechnica]
  • “Food Waste Is A Huge Climate Problem. A New Candy Has A Sweet Solution In Time For Halloween” • Plant-based, chewy FAVES candies contain 96% fruits and vegetables. The ingredients are chosen partly to be nutritious, and partly because they would otherwise have gone to waste at farms and grocery stores, the company says. [CNN]
  • “Eviation Sells More Alice Electric Aircraft For Underserved Routes” • Aviation contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions, and there actually are companies striving to bring electric aircraft into the market. Some are succeeding. In a recent press release, Eviation had exciting news that it sold 25 more of its electric Alice aircraft. [CleanTechnica]

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