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November 2007
Georgia Trend;Nov2007, Vol. 23 Issue 3, pRG6
The article informs about Georgia Tech, a company which aims to promote environmental sustainability by reducing the pollution that degrades the air and water, slowing the release of climate-changing greenhouse gases, and developing cleaner alternative energy sources that are economically viable. It suggests various ways like making ethanol cost competitive, harnessing the potential of solar power, exploring sources of alternate energy etc.


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