130 UK Homes to Get 100% of Gas from Human Feces this Summer

April 19, 2010 by  
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No, it will look nothing like this.

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Crowd-Sourcing Solutions to Plastic-Filled Oceans

April 8, 2010 by  
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Sylvia Earle won the 2009 TED prize for her presentation on oceans , and this year got her Mission Blue pro… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Century Gothic Saves More Ink Than Ecofont

April 8, 2010 by  
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Two years ago Jaymi wrote about ecofont, the typeface that Takes The Swiss Cheese Approach to Saving Printer Ink. It worked, but it didn’t exactly set the type design world’s hearts aflutter, being a little rounder and nicer looking than arial (anything is nicer than arial) but not exciting to look at and a bit grey at larger font sizes due to the little holes

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45 Species of Galapagos Islands Extinct or Facing Extinction due to Overfishing and Climate Change

December 13, 2009 by  
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A new report published in the journal Global Change Biology shows that 45 species of the Galapagos Islands have become extinct or are facing extinction largely due to human activities. The main causes are the 1982 El Nino and overfishing. The results show the great vulnerability of this diverse area to significant climate change and human activities

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