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View Resource Maglev Trains

Gliding on a wave of electromagnetic force, a maglev train could travel at 300 miles per hour or faster. Designer-engineers describe the mechanics and future benefits of such superconductor...

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/dockets/science_technology/...
View Resource LSU Professor Evaluates Photocatalytic Pavements

Article describes a Louisiana State University scientific experiment with road pavement that reduces pollution through self-cleaning and air purification qualities. Basic evaluation and data...

http://eponline.com/articles/2011/01/31/lsu-professor-evalua...
View Resource Heading for 100 % Renewable Urban Transport: Policy Recommendations

The brochure promotes urban transportation policy to increase the use of renewable energy to 100%. Seen globally, transport is one of the main sources of greenhouse gas emissions. Yet fossil fuels...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc13734/
View Resource Can Cities Reduce Global Warming?: Urban Development and the Carbon Cycle in Latin America

This research report is a first step of a long-time effort aimed at establishing a well-coordinated set of case studies on urban development and the carbon cycle in the Americas. A two-fold purpose...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11934/
View Resource Biofuels for Transportation: The Next Energy Revolution or a Fix That Fails?

This report reviews the drivers around the recent rush to biofuels and provides a snapshot of this technology and its potential. It also attempts, using a ?systems thinking? approach, to reframe the...

http://www.bsr.org/reports/BSR_Biofuels-Transportation.pdf
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