Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Old Assignment

Moving from Point A to Point Z using Green Land Transportation

Agricultural Wastes. Waste feedstocks coupled with special enzymes can produce an alcohol fit enough to burn in any vehicle.
Bio-Fuels. Any oily plant can be processed to burn in an engine.
Carbon Fibre Structures. Using this material can reducing the weight of vehicles to gain valuable fuel efficiency, while not sacrificing safety.
Diesel Engines Powered on Bio-Oils. The diesel engine is an efficient machine and cleaning up it’s fuel is one way to find cheap solutions with existing technology.
Electric Vehicles. This is a no-brainer as battery technology is becoming more and more efficient.
Friendly Car Sharing. Instead of buying a car, share a vehicle with your neighbourhood.
Generating Capability. Parked vehicles have the capacity to power buildings.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Fleets. Having a central area to refill on hydrogen is key to operating your fleet on fuel cells and reducing infrastructure costs.
Internet Groups. Car-pooling can be easy when you know someone is going your way.
Jesus Sandals. To encourage walking, make sidewalks comfortable to walk on.
Kilometre Per Hour Reduction. Reduce speed limits to gain fuel efficiency.
Lorry Carriers. Train systems designed to carry freight trucks.
Magnetic Train Lines. Maglev trains are a new technology enabling fast transportation between large distances.
Nuke Powered Trains. Virtually unlimited power in small scale.
Operator-Less Vehicles. With current GPS and AI technology, operating a vehicle can become more efficient.
Phone Batteries. Lithium-Ion batteries from cell phones can be placed together to pawer vehicles, Tesla Motors proved it.
Quiet Transport. Noise is the sound of inefficiency.
Rails On Highways. Plug yourself onto an electric rail system to take you to destination.
Super Ports. Airports can be converted into high speed train stations providing fast regional transportation, eliminating short-haul flights.
Tank Treads. Alternative to wheels.
Urban Bike Systems. Many cities are taking the effort to plan proper bike routes which are easy accessible and safe.
Vegetable Oil. Waste vegetable oil from restaurants can be used as bio-oil in diesel engines.
Water Powered Vehicles. Compress water to make parts move.
Xenograft Vehicles. Using nature designs in vehicles, bio-mimicry
Young Generation. Designs need to appeal to the young generation who are looking for innovation.
Zone for Greens. Green vehicles should have their own lanes, or even roads.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for an updated green dictionary. Hope we can incorporate it into our realities of our daily struggle with our distances... and time
by Random Thoughts

12:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the solution is there, but the will lacks...
good stuff

1:48 AM  

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