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How FullCycle Energy Fund and its founder Ibrahim AlHusseini have created the solution to our most critical environmental issue.   Since the Industrial Revolution, fossil fuels have played a crucial role in global economic development. However, our current practices of resource extraction and usage have greatly damaged the environment and pose undeniable threats. FullCycle Enegy

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Jenna R. Jambeck,1* Roland Geyer,2 Chris Wilcox,3 Theodore R. Siegler,4 Miriam Perryman,1 Anthony Andrady,5 Ramani Narayan,6 Kara Lavender Law7 1College of Engineering, University of Georgia, 412 Driftmier Engineering Center, Athens, GA 30602, USA. 2Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, USA. 3Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial

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Many people remain unaware that the Waste-to-Energy industry has been around for over 100 years. Originally, the industry focused on waste incineration and the recovery of energy with the first incinerator built in Nottingham, UK in 1874 by Manlove, Alliot & Co. Ltd.  Shortly after, in 1885 the United States built their first incinerator on

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  FullCycle Energy Fund’s goal is to finance and own innovative Waste-to- Energy ventures that will reduce the burden of waste on our planet and revolutionize the clean energy industry. While on an individual level our personal waste production and energy consumption might seem minimal, on a larger scale the millions of tons of waste

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Ibrahim AlHusseini is the founder and managing partner of FullCycle Energy Fund, the venture designed to revolutionize our relationship with waste by converting a costly environmental problem into a clean, valuable fuel. AlHusseini is also a venture capitalist and philanthropist dedicated to financing companies that target social and environmental challenges. Below, Ibrahim thoughtfully answered a

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The US isn’t as bad as you’d think… —Tim McDonnell, Mother Jones, Fri. February 13, 2015 1:46 PM PDT   Marine scientists have long known that plastic pollution in the ocean is a huge problem. The most visible sign of it is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an accumulation of waste (actually spanning several distinct patches)

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TakePart.com | By Hannah Hoag | Posted December 10, 2014 More than 5 trillion pieces of plastic are afloat in the world’s oceans, according to a new study published Wednesday in the journal PLOS One. Ranging in size from a grain of salt to larger than a plastic water bottle, the plastic pollution in the world’s oceans weighs more than 269,000

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By DAVID ZAX ~ OCT. 25, 2014 Nate Morris pulled his rental Toyota Prius into a parking spot outside Bavarian Waste Services, a waste management company in rural Walton, Ky. Stepping out of the car, he inhaled the putrid odor wafting down from Bavarian’s landfill. “Smell that?” he said with a grin. “Smells like opportunity.” In a smart

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