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At the Intersection of Renewable Energy and Historic Architecture, A Wreck of Old Forms and New Ideas

June 22nd, 2012 | by Chris Keenan

The Soulard of St. Louis is one of the city's oldest settled areas, featuring homes and business establishments built more than 150 years ago during the heyday of American westward expansion. The neighborhood is so historic, in fact, that it's covered by both state and federal historic building legislation from end to end. That's fine in most cases, and it has created a neighborhood with a distinctly "Americana" feel that most residents enjoy and want to preserve

That’s A Lot of Poop

May 14th, 2010 | by Guest Contributor

This fall the Liaoning Huishan Cow Farm in northeast China will open the largest manure power project in the world. [&hellip

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