Human-Caused Climate Change Based on Consensus of Evidence, Not Just Consensus of Scientists

December 27, 2010 by  
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photo: Marcin Wichary / Creative Commons Given climate change’s complexity, anything that breaks it down into more intellectually digestible bits without dumbing it down is a good thing. The latest in that category comes from Skeptical Science (via

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China Spending $30 Billion on Water Conservation Next Year

December 27, 2010 by  
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Three Gorges Dam. Photo by Britrob via Flickr Creative Commons Knowing that China is hurting for water , it comes as no surprise that the country is setting aside a massive $30 billion for water conservation during 2011

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Scientific Consensus Backs Up Flame Retardants’ Health Risks

November 2, 2010 by  
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Some flame retardants pose numerous health hazards to humans and the environment while providing little protection from fire, says a group of scientists suggesting changes to how flame retardants are chosen for products and how some products are recycled.

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