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The Eden Project coming to China, Australia and New Zealand; Sydney's underwater seaweed forests are being successfully restored; as is the Scottish native forest of Carrifran

The Eden Project is coming to China, Australia and New Zealand; Sydney's underwater seaweed forests are being successfully restored; and after 15 years, and the planting of

600,000 trees, the native forest of Carrifran, in the Southern Uplands of Scotland, is returning, along with a rich diversity of bird and plant species.

These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• How Sydney's underwater seaweed forests are being successfully restored. Read more here

• VIDEO: Pitch for an Excess Materials Exchange at Ecosummit Amsterdam 2017. View here

• How free sanitary item vending machines are being installed in South Australian schools. Read more here

• How Orlando has become the 40th city in the U.S. to commit to 100% renewable energy. Read more here

• How after 15 years, and the planting of 600,000 trees, the native forest of Carrifran, in the Southern Uplands of Scotland, is returning, along with a rich diversity of bird and plant species. View here

• How the Eden Project, a spectacular 'indoor rainforest' that transformed a disused quarry in southwest England in 2001, is launching a series of Eden-inspired ecological restoration projects in China, Australia and New Zealand. Read more here

• How parked electric cars in Europe are earning their owners cash while feeding energy back into the grid and helping to stabilise the grid to allow for the distribution of renewable energy. Read more here

• How Ene-Farms are a cogeneration domestic energy system that provides heat and power in Japan. Read more here

 

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