Timon Singh

 

Timon Singh is a graduate of Liverpool University where he received a degree in Social and Economic History.

He is currently an online editor who has previously worked for BBC Magazines and written extensively on a wide range of subjects including cinema, global infrastructure, renewable energy, transportation and even his dog.

He currently resides in Bristol, UK.

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Arctic Sea Ice to Hit Record Low This Month According to US National Snow and Ice Data Center Reports

Arctic Sea Ice to Hit Record Low This Month According to US National Snow and Ice Data Center Reports

Last week we reported that The European Space Agency’s CryoSat 2 probe had completed its 18-month-long mission and revealed that over 900 cubic kilometers of summer sea ice had disappeared

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FedEx Announces Plan to Cut CO2 Emissions by 50%

FedEx Announces Plan to Cut CO2 Emissions by 50%

Over the years, global logistics company FedEx has been doing everything it can to reduce the carbon emissions of its massive fleet. The company has done everything from implementing carbon

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Bike Nation and the City of Long Beach Unite to Launch Large-Scale Bike-Sharing Program

Bike Nation and the City of Long Beach Unite to Launch Large-Scale Bike-Sharing Program

Bike Nation just announced plans to work with the City of Long Beach to launch a new bike-sharing program in what has been dubbed “America’s Most Bicycle-Friendly City”. The

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Los Angeles Cuts Vehicle Pollution By A Massive 98% Since 1960!

Los Angeles Cuts Vehicle Pollution By A Massive 98% Since 1960!

Bart Everett / Shutterstock.com Los Angeles can be a pedestrian's nightmare with its sprawling highways and eternal traffic jams. But if you think it's bad today, think about what it must

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Japanese Fish Show Record Levels of Radiation From Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Japanese Fish Show Record Levels of Radiation From Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Greenling Fish Photo from Shutterstock Inhabitat has reported on the many effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster on the surrounding environment - from mutated butterflies to alien species

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UK’s First Hydrogen-Powered Locomotive Built by University of Birmingham Students

UK’s First Hydrogen-Powered Locomotive Built by University of Birmingham Students

A team of engineering students and staff from the University of Birmingham have designed and built the UK's first hydrogen-powered locomotive. The hybrid vehicle utilizes both a hydrogen fuel

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Eco-Clothing Firm Rapanui Throws Weatherman Michael Fish Off A Tower To Raise Climate Change Awareness

Eco-Clothing Firm Rapanui Throws Weatherman Michael Fish Off A Tower To Raise Climate Change Awareness

Eco-clothing firm Rapanui has teamed up with infamous British weatherman Michael Fish to raise awareness about climate change. How you ask? Well, the award-winning firm has decided to get the

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Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Market Projected to Quadruple to $2.4 billion By 2017

Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Market Projected to Quadruple to $2.4 billion By 2017

Building Integrated Photovoltaics photo from Shutterstock The solar energy sector has had some ups and downs lately, but it looks like the future is bright for building-integrated

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Shanghai is the Most Vulnerable Major City in the World To Serious Flooding

Shanghai is the Most Vulnerable Major City in the World To Serious Flooding

Photo via Shutterstock A joint report from University of Leed's School of Civil Engineering and Dutch authorities reveals that in a new study of nine coastal cities around the world, Shanghai

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NASA: New Ultra-Thin, Flexible Aerogels Could be Used to Make Super-Insulated Clothing

NASA: New Ultra-Thin, Flexible Aerogels Could be Used to Make Super-Insulated Clothing

Aerogel is a space-age material famed for having the lowest bulk density of any known porous solid – it is has been described as “solid smoke” due to its lightness and has

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DIY: How to Recycle Aluminum Soda and Beer Cans into Roof Shingles and Siding

DIY: How to Recycle Aluminum Soda and Beer Cans into Roof Shingles and Siding

Many people recycle old aluminum cans so that they are diverted from landfills and reused to make a variety of items. But if you're a fan of DIY projects, you might consider saving those cans

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Scientists Develop New Material That Could Cut Diesel’s Pollution By 45%

Scientists Develop New Material That Could Cut Diesel’s Pollution By 45%

A team of engineers has managed to identify a material that could reduce the amount of pollution produced by diesel fuel-powered vehicles by 45%. The new material comes from a family of

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Dubai Electricity and Water Authority Headquarters To Be Emirates’ First Green Building

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority Headquarters To Be Emirates’ First Green Building

Dubai Waterfront Photo by Shutterstock The government of Dubai has green-lit the Emirates' first sustainable building and construction is now well underway. The building, which is dedicated

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USGS Says East Coast Is a ‘Hot Spot’ for Climate Change and Rising Sea Levels

USGS Says East Coast Is a ‘Hot Spot’ for Climate Change and Rising Sea Levels

The US Geological Survey has reported that the east coast of the US, notably the shorelines running from North Carolina to Boston, is a 'hot spot' for rising sea levels and symptoms of climate

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MIT Develops Cheap, Lightweight Penny-Sized Microthruster For Satellites

MIT Develops Cheap, Lightweight Penny-Sized Microthruster For Satellites

An associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics at MIT has designed a penny-sized rocket thruster that could be used to power the smallest satellites in space. Paulo Lozano's device aims

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‘Green Cremation’ Company Resomation Ltd Comes To Minnesota

‘Green Cremation’ Company Resomation Ltd Comes To Minnesota

Last year, we did an article on Resomation Ltd, a Scottish company that aims to combat the environmental impact of cremation by dissolving bodies in a commercial “alkaline hydrolysis” unit,

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Starbucks to Recycle Coffee Grounds and Baked Goods into Laundry Detergent and Other Products

Starbucks to Recycle Coffee Grounds and Baked Goods into Laundry Detergent and Other Products

Over the past year, Starbucks has launched a range of initiatives to reduce their footprint, and now in order to tackle their share of the 1.3 billion tons of food that is put into landfills

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Solar-Powered Wave Glider Robot Deployed to Track Great White Sharks in the Pacific Ocean

Solar-Powered Wave Glider Robot Deployed to Track Great White Sharks in the Pacific Ocean

The Wave Glider—a self-propelled, solar and wave-powered robot designed by Liquid Robotics—has been deployed to track great white sharks in the Pacific Ocean. Stanford University scientists

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Sanya Skypump: World’s First Integrated Wind-Powered EV Charging Station Installed in Barcelona

Sanya Skypump: World’s First Integrated Wind-Powered EV Charging Station Installed in Barcelona

The world's first fully integrated wind-powered EV charging station has been installed in Barcelona, Spain. The charging station, known as the Sanya Skypump, was unveiled today by Urban Green

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DIY: How To Turn a Playing Card Into a Solar-Powered Battery Charger

DIY: How To Turn a Playing Card Into a Solar-Powered Battery Charger

A few weeks ago we shared Instructable's handy DIY guide to building your own solar-powered USB charger. Now, the website has provided a guide to creating a solar-powered charger for

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FlashFood App Aims to Reduce the United States’ 33 Million Tons of Annual Food Waste

FlashFood App Aims to Reduce the United States’ 33 Million Tons of Annual Food Waste

Food waste is a serious problem in America - in 2010 alone the US threw away 33 million tons of food! What is even more shocking is that according to the EPA, food waste accounts for almost 14%

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City of Dallas Bombarded With Duet Pesticide to Kill West Nile Virus Mosquitoes

City of Dallas Bombarded With Duet Pesticide to Kill West Nile Virus Mosquitoes

Crop duster photo from Shutterstock The mayor of Dallas Mike Rawlings has declared a state of emergency as 381 cases of West Nile virus have been reported so far this year, and the disease

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Harvard Scientists Take Inspiration From Starfish To Create Robots That Disguise Themselves!

Harvard Scientists Take Inspiration From Starfish To Create Robots That Disguise Themselves!

A team of researchers from Harvard University led by George Whitesides have developed innovative, soft, silicone-based robots that have the ability to disguise themselves or change their color

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Develops Solar System Inspired by Sunflowers

University of Wisconsin-Madison Develops Solar System Inspired by Sunflowers

In January, Inhabitat reported that scientists at MIT and RWTH Aachen University were revolutionizing the effectiveness of concentrated solar plants by emulating the pattern found on a sunflower

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Freewheelin Pedal-Powered Buses To Provide Transport At 2012 Republican and Democratic National Conventions

Freewheelin Pedal-Powered Buses To Provide Transport At 2012 Republican and Democratic National Conventions

It seems that both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions will have a healthy, fun and green way to navigate host cities during the political events; health insurance company Humana

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Venger Wind Unveils World’s Largest Rooftop Wind Farm in Oklahoma City

Venger Wind Unveils World’s Largest Rooftop Wind Farm in Oklahoma City

Venger Wind and US renewable distributor SWG Energy just installed the world's largest rooftop wind farm atop the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) in Oklahoma City. The project saw

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Wheaton College’s Mars Center for Science and Technology Awarded LEED Gold Certification

Wheaton College’s Mars Center for Science and Technology Awarded LEED Gold Certification

The Mars Center for Science and Technology has 12 teaching labs and 23 research labs as well as a rooftop observatory and greenhouse. The building's green features include a

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Scientists Crack Code That Would Allow Bionic Eyes to Send Signals to the Brain

Scientists Crack Code That Would Allow Bionic Eyes to Send Signals to the Brain

Two researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College have 'cracked' a mouse's retina's neural code and they believe that this information could be used to create a prosthetic device to restore sight

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Los Angeles To Install Old Fashioned “La Noria” Waterwheel On The Zanja Madre

Los Angeles To Install Old Fashioned “La Noria” Waterwheel On The Zanja Madre

Back in the 1860s, the city of Los Angeles constructed a large waterwheel on the Zanja Madre, also know as the Mother Ditch. The purpose of the structure was to bring water from Rio Porciuncula

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Johnson & Johnson To Remove All ‘Chemicals of Concern’ From Its Products By 2015

Johnson & Johnson To Remove All ‘Chemicals of Concern’ From Its Products By 2015

Bath and baby care giant Johnson & Johnson has announced plans to remove all potentially cancer-causing and other dangerous chemicals from its toiletries and cosmetic products worldwide

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