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Enviroment

SEATTLE FOOD FOREST

In Seattle community gardening has taken on a new identity in the form of an “urban food forest”. The concept, within the 28,000 sq. meter space, is to have a self-sustaining edible park where city residents can freely go and harvest fruits and vegetables for free. The landscape architects...
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Enviroment

In defense of the climate

We all know the problems. Nature, the environment and the climate are under severe and growing pressure. Sea levels are rising. Our drinking water is getting more and more polluted. Acidification is destroying life in our oceans. The arable land quality is decreasing. Deserts are spreading. And we could...
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Editor

Let’s talk food intolerance

If you experience many different and confusing types of reactions in your body, you might suffer from food intolerances. The reactions may be evident in your skin as hives, rashes, itchiness or swellings. You might feel it in your gut as reflux, vomiting, stomach pains, gas, diarrhea, and constipation....
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Health

Figuring out food Intolerance

In food allergy, an abnormal immune system response results in the body making antibodies to ‘fight off’ a food.  However, some people suffer symptoms after eating certain foods even when they are not producing antibodies against them.  A variety of different mechanisms can cause foods to affect people in...
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Enviroment

Denmark Upgrades Electric Grid

Denmark is currently upgrading its electric grid to accommodate an increase in demand. This involves adding new power plants and improving reliability, and Energinet wants to improve the look of some of their stations and upgrade them for future flexibility. C.F. Møller’s design for the new gas-insulated switchgear station...
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