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Recycled coffee grounds for firewood
Coffee waste is a significant environmental issue as it produces methane gas when left to landfill. Zero Impact has a solution, their briquettes are made by compressing dry coffee grounds and waste timber to make an amazing alternative to firewood. Check them out here - https://zeroimpact.co/
19 July 2019 by james-kilby
 
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Real Time Disease Tracking
Developed as a result of research at the University of Sydney, BioScout is using IoT to track diseases that effect agricultural crops in real time. Their sensors are supported by a platform to give real time data on possible diseases as well as predictive analytics. Find out more at https://www.bioscout.com.au/
4 July 2019 by james-kilby
 
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Turn your phone into a microscope!
Using a 3D printed microscope that clips onto your phone backed by an artificial intelligence App, GoMicro are revolutionising the way farmers identify pests and diseases. By reducing the time and costs involved with identification they will help farmers reduce chemical usage and increase their overall output.?GoMicro are also using equity crowdfunding to fund their growth, check it out at http://bit.ly/gomicrocsf
27 June 2019 by james-kilby
 
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Hemp based construction for storing carbon in our buildings
MIRRECO has developed an above ground, carbon capture, utilisation and storage technology, which utilises hemp along with proprietary polymers and an innovative manufacturing process to store CO2 in construction and other products. Learn more on their website http://mirreco.com/
18 June 2019 by james-kilby
 
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Carbon Sequestering Seed Inoculation
SoilCQuest have an amazing seed technology which can sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide. This has the added benefit of improving soil health by increasing soil carbon levels which in turn promotes plant growth. This unique technology was discovered by examining the traits of plants that thrived in harsh environments. Find out more here https://www.soilcquest.org.au/
7 June 2019 by james-kilby
 
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