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Green Progress provides the latest green technology and environmental science news and resources. We're interested in the ways people are developing and using technology to create a more sustainable world.

While simple conservation ideas like reducing waste by recycling and consuming less, driving less, or just turning off electronics when they aren't in use are some of the best ways to protect our planet, we still need to create more efficient products and buildings as well as find cleaner energy sources.

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