Solar Juice, from Concentrate

Have you ever seen the trick where someone starts a fire using a magnifying glass to focus sunlight? Concentrated solar power is like that, just way bigger.

To the Flipboard! Let’s see what we’ve got in my “Sustainability” category……

Ooooooooohhhhhhh. Concentrated solar. I like concentrated solar.

What is it, you ask? Well, to answer that, let’s first say what it isn’t. Concentrated solar isn’t the same thing as photovoltaic solar panels. That’s a form of solar power where an individual panel is able to absorb the energy from the sun and directly convert that energy into electricity. That’s good technology too.

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Using Nature’s Design Principles to Create a Radically Sustainable Food System

Winners announced for food system focused biomimicry innovation challenge.

Biomimicry Global Design Challenge judges have chosen ten winning teams to receive cash prizes and, for some, the chance to bring their biomimetic solution to market and compete for the $100,000 Ray C. Anderson Foundation Ray of Hope Prize.

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Georgia Department of Transportation Board Endorses Innovative, Safe and Sustainable Demonstrations on The Ray

The Ray Will Become a Proving Ground for Safer, Smarter Highway Mobility

The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) State Transportation Board yesterday passed a resolution endorsing a project of The Ray C. Anderson Foundation, The Ray, to re-imagine our highway system into one that is safer and more sustainable.

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Southface Strengthens Policy and Advocacy Team

Lisa Bianchi-Fossati Joins Southface as Director of Policy

Lisa Bianchi-Fossati to join Southface as Director of Policy in continued support of the region’s growing need for energy efficiency and expanding interest in clean energy technologies.

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Grads Urged to Find Passion - Laura Turner Seydel's Commencement Address at LaGrange College

Environmentalist charges students to make difference

Laura Turner Seydel, advisory board member for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation encouraged LaGrange College graduates to find inspiration from Ray Anderson, Ted Turner, Sally Bethea and Others

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