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Bugs end hunger/floating solar power plants
For many, if you offered them a plate of insects they'd say "I'm no longer hungry." But there is a movement promoting bugs as a viable food source for people. To prove it, Jeremy Connor, head of Seeds of Action ate insects as his primary protein source for the last month.
After we covered floating nuclear plants possibly coming to China, we've been seeing headlines about world's largest floating solar power plant now online there. This is something more common than many people realize. The company Ciel and Terre has installed them in Japan, France, South Korea, China, Brazil, Taiwan, and the United States. We're joined by Eva Polybels of Ciel and Terre.
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