Category Archives: Green San Diego

Algae City

I love the idea of growing algae that could be converted into biofuel, and I love even more the vision of San Diego becoming the next energy capital of the Western world. Yeah, I know it’s a long shot. But a … Continue reading

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Edible Again

The first issue of Edible San Diego appeared in local farmers’ markets in the spring of 2008. As soon as I saw a copy, I subscribed, and the issues that arrived in my mailbox every few months never disappointed me. From … Continue reading

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Cupping

   For people who work in the coffee trade, evaluating the quality of any given bean is a lot more complicated than simply brewing up a pot and taking a sip. To evaluate a given coffee’s flavor and aroma, pros … Continue reading

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Slime City?

Terri Somers’s April 29 article in the San Diego Union-Tribune announcing the formation of the new San Diego Center for Algae Biotechnology (SD-CAB) included some interesting nuggets about the impact the green stuff is already having on the local economy. Quoting … Continue reading

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