Triple Pundit - People, Planet, Profit

Triple Pundit - People, Planet, Profit

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Paul S.

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Ghana must generate 10 percent of its electricity from alternative sources by 2020, and it has cast an eye on quite an unorthodox, yet plentifully available resource: human excrement.

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  • November 30, 2012
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  • Graham R.

    Graham

    Graham R.

    Sustainable Business Professional, Consultant & Educator

    Eminently intelligent. The smart Norwegians have been working on this for quite a while. See:

    http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/news/2635/city-buses-turn-sewage-clean-fuel

    Why not? What's the difference between the manure we've been using for centuries to maintain soil fertility and human poop? Good for the Ghanaians!

  • Paul S.

    Paul

    Paul S.

    Sustainability, social media, (copy)writing versed influencer w/diverse knowledge, networks & sharp strategic instinct

    I'm glad you see it that way Graham, but for many people, disconnected from where their food comes from, that likely have no awareness that their food was grown via manure based materials, this might seem beyond bizarre.

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