Sustainable Thoughts

spellthief:

If I’m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying a true expression of love.

          -Hayao Miyazaki (x)

unconsumption:


Several years ago, George Mason University graduate student Jason Force had a modern idea for the technology: Because grass pellets are just as good as wood chips for this kind of system, why not create a lawn mower with it? It could power itself with the grass it harvested. It could also be self-guiding, like a Roomba, so users would not longer have to mow their own lawn.
He got to work on the self-guiding aspect five years ago. The idea grew into a startup called EcoMow Technologies. Its team began working on the chemical engineering last year.

(via Within a few years, a self-powered robot could be mowing your lawn — Tech News and Analysis)

unconsumption:

Several years ago, George Mason University graduate student Jason Force had a modern idea for the technology: Because grass pellets are just as good as wood chips for this kind of system, why not create a lawn mower with it? It could power itself with the grass it harvested. It could also be self-guiding, like a Roomba, so users would not longer have to mow their own lawn.

He got to work on the self-guiding aspect five years ago. The idea grew into a startup called EcoMow Technologies. Its team began working on the chemical engineering last year.

(via Within a few years, a self-powered robot could be mowing your lawn — Tech News and Analysis)

halftheskymovement:

She Taxi, an all-women taxi service aimed at providing safety and employment opportunities, has pre-launched in the Indian city of Kochi. Registrations for women taxi drivers for the specially designed pink and white-colored cars have begun. “Last month, one [woman] driver alone was able to earn up to Rs 40,000 [$639]. It is a huge opportunity for women who are interested in taking to the roads,” says Ijaz Khan, project manager of Gender Park.
Read more via New Indian Express.

halftheskymovement:

She Taxi, an all-women taxi service aimed at providing safety and employment opportunities, has pre-launched in the Indian city of Kochi. Registrations for women taxi drivers for the specially designed pink and white-colored cars have begun. “Last month, one [woman] driver alone was able to earn up to Rs 40,000 [$639]. It is a huge opportunity for women who are interested in taking to the roads,” says Ijaz Khan, project manager of Gender Park.

Read more via New Indian Express.

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