How Electricity, Water And Food Could Be Produced In Desert Areas With Minimal Ecological Footprint

From ThinkProgress Wed Jan 30 2013, 14:30:21

The first pilot plant in a program of installations that can sustainably produce crops, electricity, biofuels, and even plants for re-vegetation efforts in a desert environment is now up and running in the Middle Eastern nation of Qatar. The Sahara Forest Project, which brings outfits from both Qatar and Norway together, uses desert air, sunlight, [...]

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