TERMITE VENTILATION Clean Tech Sundsvall

Termite Ventilation – THE PERFECT SOCIETY. Michael Raimondo and Anders Nyquist is “Sharing Ideas that Inspires Change. Michael from Green Renaissance, are film producers focused on nature, they searched the world for the best examples and found the MidSweden region around Sundsvall.

Social Living – Clean Tech Sundsvall

We must build houses, buildings and societies with a Social vision and go beyond storage box thinking for people. Please enjoy a great example from Anders Nyquists Ecocycle design concept. By Lars Ling

Little Sun – Creator : Olafur Eliasson

Do You Know :
1. 1.6 billion people worldwide have no access to mains electricity.
2. 1 out of 5 people in the world live with no access to mains electricity.

Little Sun Privilege :
1. Efficiency : 5 hours of natural light equals 5 hours of Little Sun light.
2. Longevity : Little Sun has a lifespan of 3 years before it needs a battery replacement.
3. Flexibility : Hang it on your wall or place it on a table, carry it as a hand-held lantern, wear it, or attach it to your bike.
4. Durability : Little Sun is dustproof, UV and heat-resistant.
5. Economical : 90% savings over 3 years compared to kerosene lamps.

Little Sun makes light for living :
1. Enables longer working hours and higher productivity.
2. Provides light for children to study and read.
3. Increases commerce by making it possible for stores to remain open after dark.
4. Improves work safety.
5. Replaces kerosene lamps as a light source.
6. Is functional and beautiful.

Little Sun Technical Details :
1. Dimensions : diameter 12 cm, depth 3.2 cm Weight: 120 g
2. Main body : Manufactured in Luran S, ASA plastic from BASF, highly weather and UV resistant
3. Solar panel : 60 x 60 mm mono crystalline solar panel, 0.5 Watt
4. Battery : 3 x 1.2V Ni-MH AAA battery pack with 600 mA
5. LED : Duris E 5 LED from Osram, runs at 0.5 Watt and emits 40 Lm @ 120 mA (approx. comparable in perception to a 40 W incandescent light bulb)

Terjemahan :
Tahukah Anda :
1. Terdapat 1,6 miliar orang di dunia yang tidak memiliki akses listrik.
2. 1 dari 5 orang di dunia hidup tanpa akses listrik.

Keunggulan Little Sun :
1. Efisiensi : 5 jam cahaya alami sama dengan 5 jam cahaya Little Sun.
2. Tahan Lama : Little Sun dapat dipakai 3 tahun sebelum perlu penggantian baterai.
3. Fleksibilitas : Gantungkan di dinding atau meletakkannya di meja, membawanya sebagai lentera genggam, memakainya atau dipasangkan pada sepeda Anda.
4. Daya Tahan : Little Sun tahan debu, UV dan tahan panas.
5. Ekonomis : Penghematan 90% selama 3 tahun dibandingkan dengan lampu minyak tanah.

Little Sun membuat cahaya untuk hidup :
1. Memungkinkan dipakai pada siang hari dan produktivitas yang lebih tinggi.
2. Menyediakan cahaya bagi anak-anak untuk belajar dan membaca.
3. Meningkatkan profit dengan memungkinkan untuk toko tetap buka setelah gelap.
4. Meningkatkan keselamatan kerja.
5. Menggantikan lampu minyak tanah dan lilin sebagai sumber cahaya.
6. Fungsional dan indah.

Rincian Teknis Little Sun:
1. Dimensi : diameter 12 cm, kedalaman 3,2 cm Berat: 120 g
2. Body Utama : Diproduksi di Luran S, ASA plastik dari BASF, sangat cuaca dan tahan UV
3. Solar Panel: 60 x 60 mm mono panel surya kristal, 0,5 Watt
4. Baterai : 3 x 1.2V Ni-MH AAA baterai dengan 600 mA
5. LED : Duris E 5 LED dari Osram, berjalan pada 0,5 Watt dan memancarkan 40 Lm @ 120 mA (sekitar sebanding dalam persepsi terhadap bola lampu pijar 40 W)

Kunjungi website kami untuk pemesanan :
http://www.rumahduit.com/little-sun

LIVING FILTER Smart ventilation like nature

Summer 2013 the team from Green renaissance visited Sweden and created some inspiring video- masterpieces on some of the Blue Economy solutions. Lars L. Founder & CEO CleanTech Region Solutions

Ray Anderson: The business logic of sustainability

http://www.ted.com At his carpet company, Ray Anderson has increased sales and doubled profits while turning the traditional “take / make / waste” industrial system on its head. In a gentle, understated way, he shares a powerful vision for sustainable commerce.

TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the “Sixth Sense” wearable tech, and “Lost” producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/top10

Wind-Powered Car ‘Could Cut China’s Smog’

A Chinese farmer has invented a wind-powered electric car that he says could save his country from the pollution caused by its rapidly growing car market.

An hour from Beijing, the dusty village of Banjiehe looks an unlikely place to produce scientific innovation.

Its rows of brick, utilitarian houses are surrounded by cornfields and fruit trees.

But in a small tractor workshop, 55-year-old farmer Tang Zhenping has invented the prototype of a car that he believes could revolutionise China’s auto industry.

Mr Tang’s model – built in just three months for around £1,000 – is electric.

Its engine uses scrap parts from a motorcycle and electric scooter, while its steering wheel, upholstery and headlights all come from a Chinese-made Xiali hatchback.

But what makes the one-seater special is the turbine on its nose.

When the car reaches 40mph, the blades spring into action and begin generating pollution-free power.

“It works just like a windmill,” said Mr Tang, who claims the turbine gives his vehicle three times the battery life of other electric cars.

The model has a top speed of 70mph.

The farmer says he dreamed of building an electric car for three decades, but was unable to interest government officials or private investors.

He now hopes car manufacturers will take an interest in his prototype.

“I’m not doing this just for the money,” he told Sky News. “I dream of seeing my car being driven on highways. I want to serve the people.”

In 2009, China overtook the US as the world’s biggest auto market.

An estimated 40,000 new cars take to the country’s roads every day, and some predict China could have a billion passenger vehicles by the middle of this century.

The environmental results are horribly predictable.

A 2010 Chinese government report said an increase in acid rain, haze and photochemical smog was caused by growth in vehicle emissions.

The government has promised to put five million electric and hybrid cars on the road by 2020, and is heavily subsidising the development of cleaner vehicles.

But sales so far have been disappointing. According to The Economist, only 8,000 were sold last year.

Experts say that Chinese electric cars do not perform well and are expensive to run.

Mr Tang thinks his speedy, wind-powered model could be a solution to both problems.

“I started building it because I was worried about the price of petrol,” he said. “But this car could also protect the environment. When I go to the city now I notice that the air really stinks.”

Chido’s Mushrooms – local and nutritious food grown on remains of coffee production

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks. 7.5 million tons of coffee and almost the same amount of waste are produced every year. These leftovers can be used for the production of healthy gourmet mushrooms.
The idea for this sustainable business model stems from Africa where people are empowered to supply themselves with important nutrients and create jobs through mushroom production. As a kid Chido Govera, the Co-founder of Chido UG, had to learn how valuable available resources like organic waste can be. Since then she breeds mushrooms and shares her knowledge worldwide.

People can also grow their own mushrooms at home (or become a franchise or license partner of this sustainable model).

For more information visit http://chidos.org.
Or read more about case 3 “Coffee: from Pulp to Protein” of The Blue Economy: http://www.blueeconomy.eu/m/news/view…

Janine Benyus: 12 sustainable design ideas from nature

http://www.ted.com In this inspiring talk about recent developments in biomimicry, Janine Benyus provides heartening examples of ways in which nature is already influencing the products and systems we build.

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Combustion-Free Hot Water at the Whole Systems Research Farm

Making Soil and Hot Water at the Same Time:
Testing the first generation of Jean Pain woody-compost water-heating mound at Whole Systems Design’s Vermont hill farm. We are now 2 months into testing our first mound and the results are astounding with hot water able to be harvested from the mound at a rate of about 1 gallon/minute at 120 F continuously, or cycles of 145F water harvested in 30 gallon amounts. We will be using this mound to make soil for the gardens and fruiting perennials on the farm and for in-soil bed heating of our greenhouse for season extension. Details on how to make these and other resiliency systems are in our workshops and in forthcoming videos released on our website, www.wholesystemsdesign.com, these video channels, and announced on the Whole Systems Design and Bright Blue Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Whole-….

Solarus Hybrid Solar Collector presented by Stefan Larsson

A PVT hybrid solar panel for Solarus, innovation and design by mr Stefan Larsson at Finsun Inresol AB in Sweden.

Solarus says:

Solarus provides next generation solar energy technology to professional users.

Our ingenious solar panel solution enables our worldwide customers to harvest heat and power from the sun. Solarus endeavors to focus on material efficiency,low cost and high performance.

Our vision is to make solar energy a major energy source globally and to counter the climate threat through innovation.

Video made by: mr Fredrik Stenson

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