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As many people have come to realize, worldwide climate is beginning to shift.  As a result, many countries are beginning to take steps towards ensuring the protection of things such as roads, railways, animals, and lighthouses.  The Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) in England has recently outlined their ideas for protection of their infrastructure for how they plan to deal with the problem.  There is national concern in England because the latest predictions state that southern England will be about 2.2-2.6 °C warmer by the 2080s. Read more…


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Trash, garbage, rubbish, what happens to all of it?  In the developed world especially it’s usually out of sight out of mind.  As long as it ain’t stankin up my kitchen, who knows/cares where it goes?  But as humans go on repopulating exponentially, so does their garbage.  The traditional remedy has been to bury it.  This solution causes pollution, and what’s more, we can’t just keep stuffing the earth full of our trash forever, right?  So, do we launch it into orbit for some alien race in another galaxy to deal with-tempting, but costly.  What if we could just kind of vaporize it, reduced it to near nothingness, like a superhero vanquishing his filthy nemesis. Read more…


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02.11.2011

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To my disappointment, I recently learned that less than one percent of plastic bags are recycled, since the cost of recycling one bag is greater than the cost of producing a new one. So what happens to all these plastic bags that aren’t recycled? Read more…


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Before you continue reading, I must warn you that you might not find the answer to this question.

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Most of us cringe at the thought of having to go to the dentist for a check-up, filling or dare I say ….. braces.  While you’ll probably still not going to look forward to that upcoming checkup, you may be more inclined to get in the chair now that green dentistry is on the rise. Read more…


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Egypt has covered all news forums lately- yet not so much for matters of green news.  But, amongst the many social and political issues plaguing the country, environmental issues loom as well.  As the most vulnerable of the Arab states largely due to industry and population concentrations along the coastline, Egypt needs a comprehensive climate change agenda that it has yet to house internally under Mubarak’s leadership.  With the Mediterranean sea level on the rise threatening crops and water supply and a disrupted governmental structure, it is all the more important that the country develop a climate change plan to prepare for the future. Read more…


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For years, every major manufacturer of lightbulbs has been trying to bring “the next best thing” to the market in order to replace the old, inefficient incandescent bulbs.  Some contain substantial levels of mercury while others just don’t produce the kind of light that belongs in households.  To make the decision easier, here is a breakdown of the various choices on the market today. Read more…


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Although coal is a dirty word in rich countries concerned about air quality and carbon emissions, demand for the so-called “dirty rocks” is stronger than ever in poorer nations. According to The Economist, the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that over the next five years world consumption will increase by a fifth—assuming governments adhere to their current climate-change policies, that is. Read more…


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For all the gamers out there, you may have wondered which one of the big gaming systems is the most sustainable.  Well a recent study by the Electric power Research Institute (EPRI) has done the work for you. Read more…


Conscious consumers take note! The global campaign, Free2Work, is helping shoppers avoid unethical products with the new iPhone app reference guide that rates products and companies based on their policies regarding products made with forced, trafficked or child labor. The app, named one of the “11 Great Apps for 2011,” is the only smart phone tool that provides customers such insight, via the A through F rating scale, as they shop. Read more…


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A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
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