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Groceries nationwide in 30 minutes? Instacart and Kroger say yes

Breakfast cereal and a package of raw chicken can be at your door in as little as 30 minutes, according to a new grocery delivery service unveiled today.

Solar Paint Transforms Your Entire House Into a Source of Clean Energy

And there are already several different approaches being developed in the field.

Want Renewable Energy? Plan on joining USDA’s Webinar. – 9/16 – 1:30 – Online

Want to know how USDA’s Renewable Energy for America Program (REAP) can help you build back, better and stronger?

North Dakota co-op plans expansion of carbon capture system at synfuels plant

Basin Electric Power Cooperative plans to expand the carbon capture system at its Great Plains Synfuels Plant near Beulah to contain as much as 70% of the carbon dioxide the facility generates.

This giant wind turbine blade can be recycled

Energy companies are trying to redesign wind energy so the giant components don’t end up in landfills. Siemens Gamesa’s RecyclableBlade can be broken down into its raw materials at the end of its life.

We Are Going to Need a Lot More Electric Delivery Bikes – Montana’s Coaster Cycles

Shipping companies in European cities are replacing delivery vans with cargo bikes and trikes. But the U.S. rollout of these vehicles has been frustratingly slow. 

Developers Offer Mobility Services to Lure Car-Free Renters

Residents of Culdesac Tempe, a no-cars-allowed development in Arizona, will receive a bundle of discounted mobility services when the first units open in 2022.

From Extraction to Sustainability: Oregon’s Southern Coast and the Emerging Blue Economy

From the fishing industry, and the scientific community, to the local Tribe, diverse stakeholders are coming together to chart the course for a sustainable local economy with a global outlook on the environment.

Officials say collaboration key to managing Bozeman, Gallatin County growth during MSU panel

It’s obvious that Bozeman and Gallatin County are growing. But the question isn’t how to stop it, it’s how to manage it.

This new mixed-income housing complex comes with its own farm

The 361-unit complex will also have enough land to produce 20,000 pounds of produce a year, available at a discount to residents.