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One More Annoying Thing Caused By Climate Change: Confusion

The debate is this: Should people who know better constantly correct people who are saying things that are scientifically sloppy?

Right after Hurricane Sandy, I found myself accidentally thrust into the dumbest, most annoying gray area—that between people who believe in climate change and are very specific about what it does and doesn't cause and people who believe in climate change and are a bit fuzzier with the details.

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Can Stockr Bring Transparency and Democracy to Stock Trading?

If it works, founders say Stockr could become a Bloomberg for the masses.

As niche social networks proliferate, digital citizens are increasingly compartmentalizing their media streams and filtering out the unwanted noise. The tribes are gathering in far smaller tents than Facebook. On the idealist end of the spectrum, there's wiser.org, a growing international network of people committed to working towards sustainability, and on the more frivolous end there's untapped.com, a place to brag about how much you drank last night.

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Ideas for Greening the City? New Yorkers Have Just a Few

Change by Us asked New Yorkers how to green the city. Check out the insightful ideas they came up with.

“Hey NYC! How can we make our city a greener, better place to live?”

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