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Factories for robots, not for men

Employees or workers, humans will no longer be needed to work in the future. An article in the New York Times explains how the man can be replaced by the machine. John Markoff's article opens with the example of the Tesla plant in Fremont, where robots can take care of welding, riveting, bonding and the assembly of new components.
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Car

Outlander PHEV, the first plug-in SUV

The world's first plug-in hybrid SUV will be mass-produced and marketed throughout Europe as early as 2013. The manufacturer is Mitsubishi, which with its Outlander PHEV will capture international attention at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. held every two years in the French capital, it will have the honor of hosting the world's first plug-in SUV equipped with hybrid propulsion and rechargeable battery from an electrical outlet.
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Unemployment? The green sector takes care of it

The Italian economy could find an excellent ally in the sustainable sector which, according to estimates, could help defeat the phenomenon of unemployment. In 2011, 38 of the expected recruitments concerned professional figures connected to the green world. The year left behind saw 600,000 hiring forecasts and of these 227,000 were aimed at professionals in the sustainable sector, unveiling it was Unioncamere which reports the difficulty of companies in finding truly qualified individuals.
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Bio Building

Windows movie for a Class A home

Films that cool the house in summer and keep it warm in winter, would be the ideal of any building. Windows are an essential part of a home and an architecture that aims at energy efficiency cannot underestimate the role of windows. Doors and windows can particularly harm the sustainability of the house, in fact they play an important role also in terms of assignment of points for the energy certification class of buildings.
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Transportation

Electric mobility arrives in Naples

In Naples, not only virtuous initiatives such as Bee-Green's Mobility Sharing but also events and exhibitions dedicated to the world of electric mobility. The latest example was the E-DAY, held last Tuesday at the headquarters of the CNR Motors Institute. The day saw a technical seminar with the setting up of a free test drive for both two and four-wheeled electric vehicles.
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Furniture

Wood and turmeric yellow for the green style kitchen

The vao kitchen in noble yellow turmeric walnut by Team 7 It is called vao, born in Austria and is dominated by turmeric yellow, the most stylish green kitchen of the year. Beautiful, welcoming, functional, something more than a normal kitchen also in terms of price, vao in the noble walnut version won the jury of the Green GOOD DESIGN Award 2012 by combining noble materials such as wood and glass in a very modern but artisanal process, which makes it a true work of design art.
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