Joel Cooper Creates Stunning Origami Art From Simple Sheets of Paper

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OMA Wins Competition to Design Firm’s First Bridge in Bordeaux, France

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Scientists Want to Tax Meat to Cut Methane Emissions, Slow Global Warming

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A group of scientists aren’t waiting for the world to follow Al Gore’s lead by going vegan to save the planet. Instead, they want to tax meat in order to reduce livestock methane emissions , a potent short-term contributor to climate change. The 3.6 billion ruminants on the earth, mostly sheep, cattle and goats, that have increased in population by 50 percent over the last five decades are responsible for 14.5 percent of all human-caused greenhouse gas emissions . The proposed tax is expected to reduce demand for their meat and therefore help to slow global warming. Read the rest of Scientists Want to Tax Meat to Cut Methane Emissions, Slow Global Warming Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cattle , Climate Change , global warming , livestock , Meat , methane emissions , oregon state university , ruminants , scientists , scientists want to tax meat , tax , tax meat to reduce methane emissions , tax meat to slow global warming        

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OtoCycles Combines Vintage Style with Green Transportation

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Barcelona’s Otocycles combine classic retro style with the modernity of an electric bicycle . Inspired by 1950s design, each of the Otocycles is made to ensure sustainable, but comfortable mobility in urban environments. Weighing just fifty pounds, these super stylish bikes allow users to accelerate to 30 miles per hour without breaking a sweat. Read the rest of OtoCycles Combines Vintage Style with Green Transportation Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Barcelona ebike , barcelona family that makes electric bicycles , customizable ebikes , eco design , electric bike , green design , green transportation , Otocycle , spanish ebike , sustainable design , vintage electric bikes        

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