Pre-Dinosaur Era Plant Specimens Brazenly Stolen

March 9, 2010 by  
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This photo, via The Telegraph , shows just how difficult it is to move one of the large, primitive cycads. Important specimens from one of the world´s oldest and rarest species of plant were stolen last weekend, covert ops style, from a botanical garden in South Africa

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Nitrogen’s Impact on Public Health

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Image credit: Grist Imagine a hot summer day in a town surrounded by glistening pools of water. Now imagine that no one is swimming—that they can’t because the water has been contaminated with a potentially dangerous, yet common, pollutant. For many, this terrible thought is a reality and the culprit is nitrate…

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A Good Climate Bill Will Be Strong, Not Easy

March 9, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Good Passing a strong climate bill, Good tells us in a recent editorial, is a necessity. Such a bill, they write, must be defined by what is good for the country, not what is easy for the Senate to agree upon….

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Life on the Endangered Species Waiting List

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The greater sage-grouse was deemed to be “warranted but precluded” by the U.S.

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