Australian Government Links Recent Extreme Weather to Global Warming for the First Time

March 7, 2013 by  
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Australia has had one heck of a summer this year, from flooding to fires and multiple record high temperatures . But until now, the link between these events and climate change has largely been ignored by the nation’s government and media. That changed this week when Australia’s independent Climate Commission released their “ Angry Summer ” report, which details just how climate change is impacting the nation’s escalating extreme weather. Read the rest of Australian Government Links Recent Extreme Weather to Global Warming for the First Time Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Australia Brush Fires , Australia Climate Commission , Australia Flooding , Australia Summer 2012 2013 , Australian Heat Wave , Climate Change , global warming , global warming impact , Increasing Temperatures , The Angry Summer Australia

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400,000 Square Foot ONE Greenville Development in South Carolina Targets LEED Gold

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Plant-Based Beyond Eggs Taste Like the Real Thing Without Environmental or Ethical Impact

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Photo via Shutterstock We’ve heard about lab grown meat and even 3D-printed steaks , but now one company is seeking to launch the leading plant-based egg substitute.   Beyond Eggs , made by Hampton Creek Foods, may not look like real eggs, but once hydrated, they are reported to taste remarkably like them. The grey powdery substitute is made from plant products like sunflower lecithin, canola, peas and natural gums from tree sap- providing a healthy, cruelty-free alternative to eggs. Read the rest of Plant-Based Beyond Eggs Taste Like the Real Thing Without Environmental or Ethical Impact Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Beyond Eggs , cruelty free eggs , eco design , egg substitute , green design , Hampton Creek Foods , Josh Tetrick , plant based eggs , sustainable design , vegetarian eggs

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