Santa Fe Boasts Nation’s Largest & Oldest Recycled Art Market

November 11, 2015 by  
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The country’s largest and oldest recycled art market, Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival, is dedicated to showcasing art created from discarded materials. This years’ event is being held at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, November 20-22, 2015….

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One In Three US Citizens Live 50 Miles Or Less From A Nuclear Reactor

April 16, 2011 by  
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Wind rose plot. Image credit: Wikipedia All manner of wonderful graphics are being created from the newly-available 2010 US Census data. A new sort of nuclear family, for example, is portrayed with this mouse-over map showing the population density inside 10 and 50 mile evacuation radii around the US’ 65 nuclear power plants (containing a total of 104 reactors).

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Spring/Summer 2010: NatureVsFuture (Photos)

November 29, 2009 by  
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NatureVsFuture spring/summer 2010. Credit: NvF Brooklyn-based Nina Valenti’s NatureVsFuture collection is a sophisticated fusion of eco-chic and street style.

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