Five Green Things we learnt this week

James S Murray
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From Bill Gates’ solar toilets to the 'world’s greenest computer', we run down the top stories from the past seven days

You can use fungus to make greener golf balls Not to mention skate board wheels, cleaning products, and printer ink, and all thanks to the boffins at Danish company Novozyme who have worked out how...

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