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Tesla of Ecovillages, three new marine parks, and gas plant rejected in California 

James Ehrlich, founder of ReGen Villages, the "Tesla of Ecovillages", is working to build self-reliant villages for the coming billions; three new marine parks will protect some 290,000 square miles of ocean - an area more than twice the size of

Germany; and the California Energy Commission is expected to reject the proposed 262 megawatt Puente Gas Plant Project because of clean energy's ability to fulfill the region's energy needs as well as environmental concerns

These stories and more in today's Solutions Digest:

• How wolf pups have been spotted near Rome for the first time in decades. Read more here

• How Figtree Food Company from Mudgee is making guilt-free chocolate that's ethically made, ethically packaged, organic, sugar-free and dairy-free. Read more here

• How Jim Allison has ignited a revolution in oncology treatment that frees the immune system to attack malignant tumours. Read more here

• How the California Energy Commission is expected to reject the proposed 262 megawatt Puente Gas Plant Project because of clean energy's ability to fulfill the region's energy needs as well as environmental concerns. Read more here

• How three new marine parks will protect some 290,000 square miles of ocean - an area more than twice the size of Germany. Read more here

• VIDEO: How James Ehrlich, founder of ReGen Villages, the "Tesla of Ecovillages", is working to build self-reliant villages for the coming billions. View here

• How researchers have shown that natural water evaporation could be an immense source of renewable energy and could power much of the U.S. Read more here

 

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