- “Are Halloween Pumpkins A Future Superfood?” • Pumpkins have values that go far beyond the Halloween accessory they’ve become known for. They stick around until Thanksgiving, and even past. But their true potential lies in their nutritional and medicinal benefits, which are especially valuable because they tolerate drought so well. [BBC]
- “Denmark Supports Efforts To Develop Floating Offshore Wind Turbines” • Denmark is taking the lead in developing floating offshore wind turbines. The government is supporting projects and forming new partnerships as it believes floating wind will be critical for the next phase of the development of renewable energy. [The Maritime Executive]
- “Sublime Systems Can Help Clean Up Carbon Emissions From Cement” • According to Canary Media, making cement produces more carbon emissions than any nation except China and the US. And reducing carbon emissions must be done within the laws of science. Sublime Systems has a cement with lower emissions that meets industry standards. [CleanTechnica]
- “Installation Underway Of 15 Acres Of 3D-Printed Artificial Reefs In Coastal North Carolina” • Acres of 3D-printed artificial reefs are being planted in coastal North Carolina to bolster its biodiversity and promote growth of natural reef. The reefs are being planted in the Palmico River, a large estuary system on North Carolina’s Atlantic Coast. [ABC News]
- “TotalEnergies JV Bags 25-Year Wind Power Contract With NY” • The Attentive Energy One project of TotalEnergies SE, Corio Generation, and Rise Light & Power, has been selected by New York State for a 25-year contract to supply 1.4 GW of renewable electricity. The consortium aims to commission the project in 2029, TotalEnergies said. [Rigzone]
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