Man Helps Bear Rescue Cub from Fishing Net (Video)

August 1, 2010 by  
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Image: From video supplied by Dane Havard, via Daily Motion This gives the term “bear hug” a whole new meaning. You will appreciate the frightened embrace mama bear gives her young one after watching this video of a mother bear rescuing her cub from a fishing net, with the help of an Alaskan fisherman. When Dane Havard and a friend came home from a fishing trip, they found a mother trying to free one of her cubs that had entangled itself in a fishing net in a small stream running behind ..

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The Week in Pictures: Solar Plane Sets New World Record, Pipeline Leak Pollutes Michigan River with Oil, and More (Slideshow)

July 31, 2010 by  
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Here we go again… a pipeline owned by Enbridge Energy Partners has leaked 800,000-840,000 gallons of oil into a creek flowing into the Kalamazoo River near Battle Creek, Michigan. On a more positive note, the Zephyr solar plane finally landed this week at the US Army’s Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona after 14 days and 24 minutes, setting a new record

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Food as Art: Exhibit of Artists’ Gardens

July 31, 2010 by  
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Bitter Melon Trellis by the National Bitter Melon Council . Photos by R.Cruger A series of statements about sick strawberries, bitter melons and the violent history of potatoes have been made with a collection of several gardens designed by artists and planted throughout the grounds of Los Angeles County Art Museum. The creative gardens are part of its year-long EAT LACMA show and events, including an exhibition from the permanent collection of food in art.

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2011 Ford Explorer Promoted By 9000 Horsepower Heliocopter Air-Show Delivery

July 31, 2010 by  
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Helicopter delivered 2011 Ford Explorer . Image credit: Advanced Autozone . This says a lot about how far the “green” movement is from where the private, profitable transportation business is headed

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Alaskan Hunters Want To Keep Delta Junction Bison Ranging Free

July 31, 2010 by  
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Bison harvested from the Delta Junction Alaska herd, a controlled hunt. Image credit: OutdoorsDirectory.com I love the American Bison.

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Michigan Oil Spill Company Also Building Largest Solar Plant in North America

July 31, 2010 by  
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Credit: First Solar . Enbridge, the Canadian company behind the recent oil spill in Michigan’s Calhoun County near Marshall, just happens to also be behind construction of the largest photovoltaic solar energy facility in North America.

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New Vertical Garden Comes to Spain’s San Vicente (PHOTOS)

July 31, 2010 by  
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Image Credit: All photos courtesty of Urbanbolisimo It looks like as a green destination, Spain is pulling ahead. The European country has emerged as a solar energy leader and its wind power industry is growing by leaps and bounds . So when Spanish design blog Urbanbolisimo reported that San Vicente de Raspeig, in eas…

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