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Linn Winge

Linn Winge

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🌳 Ethiopia planted 350 million trees - in 12 hours

But Ethiopia is not satisfied yet. The country has raised the bar and aims to have planted 20 billion trees by 2022.

Linn Winge πŸ” Food Tech

πŸ₯¬ Vertical farming is gaining big interest

Vertical farms across Europe show us that it is possible to grow greens locally without soil or sunshine.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

πŸ₯¬ Underwater farms - the future way to grow food?

This underwater farm uses solar energy and desalinated water to grow vegetables. And, It turns out that underwater is an ideal place for plant cultivation.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🐼 Giant pandas no longer endangered in the wild

China announces that the giant panda is no longer considered endangered in the wild. The species is being reclassified as β€œvulnerable”.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

πŸ— Food scraps are turned into building material

Discarded fruit and vegetable scraps are turned into a building material stronger than concrete and it is even edible.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🐿 3000 acres are given back to wildlife – England launches massive restoration project

England announced a large-scale nature restoration project that might help protect the region from flooding as well as absorbing CO2 and boost biodiversity.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

πŸ“– Human Progress for Beginners – an interview with Tony Morley

β€œWhy grow up to be a researcher, engineer, doctor, architect, entrepreneur, or strive to make the world a better place if it's all for nothing?” Tony Morley disagrees with the gloomy predictions about the future and wrote the world's first children's book about human progress.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

πŸ‡³πŸ‡΄ Norway turns its last arctic coal mine into a national park

Norway is turning its last arctic coal mine into a gigantic national park with the aim of creating one of the world's best-managed wilderness areas.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

♻️ Old wind turbine blades are getting new purposes

Old wind turbine blades are turned into bridges and are used to reinforce concrete.