Sustainable living, there’s an app for that

We’ve reached a stage where there is literally an app for almost everything, but what about helpful tools for a more sustainable lifestyle? Here are some of our favourite apps

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Green Innovation: Solar Tech

With a number of Australian universities making headlines with recent breakthroughs in energy technology, let’s take a look at some of the more exciting projects being installed and trialed in

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LEGO Plants Now Made From Real Plants

If you’ve shopped for LEGO recently you may have noticed the super cool Vestas Wind Turbine. We’re big fans (#dadjoke) not only because it includes a little motor to simulate

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Germany Gets Hydrogen Trains

In the North of Germany, bona fide hydrogen-powered trains are about to put the cities of Cuxhaven, Bremerhaven, Bremervörde, and Buxtehude on the map. The Coradia iLint trains are the

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Kalashnikov Takes On Tesla

Russian manufacturing firm Kalashnikov is famous for the AK-47 assault rifle, traditionally favoured by action movie villains but the company does actually manufacture various other things. This week the firm

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Scuba Diving Physicist Works With Wave-Power

Japanese quantum physicist and avid scuba diver, Tsumoru Shintake, is obsessed with the ocean and its immense power. After working on the island of Okinawa, Shintake was inspired to create

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Hydrogen ferry to set sail in San Francisco

We obviously love solar here at Solar Schools but we also love seeing new clean, green energy projects and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has piqued our interest. CARB

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Electric Airplanes To Combat Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Norway

Electric cars might not be common in Australia but Norway is already leading the world in purchases. Taking things the next level, the Scandinavian nation has announced its intentions to

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