• "We Call It Life" Previous post aside, apparently, there is some concern amongst those industries that produce carbon dioxide that, perhaps, the latest outrage about the environement could be a continuing problem. Perhaps spurred on by the hype behind An Inconvenient Truth, the amusingly-titled "Competitive Enterprise..
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  • Sniffing The Cork When those plastic corks first started appearing, and people said they were good because they both preserve the wine better and save cork. Well, now as they catch on more and more, it turns out that if we stop using cork, it's going to really mess with a lot of people and animals. So, now you want..
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  • Remix The Whales For all you aspiring producers out there, have a go at this: Click over to this website and download some whale songs. Remix them, and win an iPod. Also, save some whales. And become a world famous whale song remixer. Three for the price of one. Just so you know... we're not kidding. It's a contest..
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  • Gas Attack Even though gas prices continue to rise, it seems as though American drivers are really not that interested in doing anything to alter their fuel spending habits. According to this story from the Detroit Free Press, who, we would imagine, know their cars, the momentary fixation on smaller, more fuel..
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  • The Greenest City In America... Drumroll, please. The greenest city in America is Eugene, Oregon. Congratulations. More congratulations are due to the three cities not on the Pacific coast that somehow made this list. St. Paul, Austin, Denver and, get this, Huntsville, AL. In less exciting climate change news: April was the warmest..
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  • Please Mr. Postman After dealing with the sheer ineptitude of our nation's postal delivery service, it's nice to see them doing something that doesn't involve...
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  • "The Business Of Green" The good folks at the newspaper of record's business section have brought you an entire section called "The Business of Green," sponsored by Kermit the Frog and the letter P. There are literally three thousand articles about various green business ideas. All of them truly fascinating, rest assured,..
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  • Continental Divide This is rich: after a meeting between the head of the EPA and the EU about climate change, the EU spokesperson said that it seemed like America was amenable to working on some brilliant new plan to fix climate change after the Kyoto Protocols end in 2012. But, not so fast. The EPA spokesmen trots out..
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  • Blast From The Past There is more and more talk of the U.S. returning to a coal-based energy economy, with very little seeming to actually be done about it. Scientific American takes a look at what it would take to make coal our primary energy resource (again). Partly, it would take the seemingly magical Fischer-Tropsch..
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  • When Is Terrorism Not Terrorism? The Seattle-Times has a very interesting article about eco-terrorism. The question people seem to be hung up on is whether it is fair to call those who burn down labs, slaughterhouses and logging camps terrorists, because, unlike Islamic terrorists, they target property instead of people and, of course,..
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  • Floaters If the Kennedys are giving your wind farm problems because it blocks their view, here's a thought: make your wind farm float. That's one solution. It seems like they are making everything float these days, to get it away from the good people on shore. We can see a day pretty soon where the entire..
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