Video: Inside Electronics Recycling

October 28, 2015 by  
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If you’re reading this post, you have at least one electronics gadget in sight. Chances are there are a couple of others nearby, which is just a small portion of how many you come into contact with on a daily basis. Unfortunately, these gadgets…

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100+ Ways to Cook Zucchini

August 19, 2011 by  
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Photo Credit: Wildcat Dunny , Flickr Creative Commons Attribution License. Chances are good that if you have a garden or belong to a CSA, right about now, you have at least a few zucchini or summer squash sitting on your counter. If you’re looking for some creative ways to cook zucchini, we’ve got you covered!… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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James Cameron Wants to Film Parts of Avatar 2 at the Bottom of the Sea

September 15, 2010 by  
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Photo: Wikipedia , Creative Commons But How Will Blue on Blue Look on Screen? James Cameron is nothing if not ambitious.

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First US Tar Sands Project Approved in Utah

September 15, 2010 by  
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This is what the tar sands did to Alberta’s boreal forests. Image via Boreal Song Bird Initiative You’ve likely heard about the infamous Tar Sands in Alberta, Canada. They’re a major source of controversy in the energy world and the environmental community (to put it lightly), and for good reason

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Weekday Vegetarian: An Artful Eggplant and Red Pepper Stack for a Hot Day

August 3, 2010 by  
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Photo: Emma Alter The eggplant that I have been growing in my garden has been extremely successful this year. The flowers are beautiful, which is always nice, and each plant is providing a large number of vegetables.

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Pitching Tips from Unreasonable Entrepreneurs

July 20, 2010 by  
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The Unreasonable Institute brought 22 social entrepreneurs to pitch their for-profit and non-profit ventures to San Francisco yesterday to seek funding from individuals and institutions here. Happily a standing-room only crowd showed up to The Hub in SOMA to hear the inspiring entrepreneurs addressing momentous needs such as food distribution efficiencies, infectious disease detection and prevention, sufficient housing and sustainable building projects, economic development, sex-trafficking prevention and much more.

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reduce, reuse, reheat.

April 17, 2010 by  
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Because you’re sexy, you don’t waste anything — especially food. Right now you have at least one container of leftovers in your fridge waiting for round two with your palate.

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Wind Power Soared Past 150,000 Megawatts in 2009

March 31, 2010 by  
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Image credit: vaxomatic /Flickr This piece was written by my colleague J. Matthew Roney at the Earth Policy Institute . Even in the face of a worldwide economic downturn, the global wind industry posted another record year in 2009 as cumulative installed wind power capacity grew to 158,000 megawatts.

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Buenos Aires to Get Posh+Green New Hotel, First LEED Certified in the City

March 31, 2010 by  
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Day and night views of the hotel. Photos: Courtesy of OWN. Although we’ve seen tons of LEED certified buildings , the brand is only starting to become popular in Argentina, and some projects are beginning to come up

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UK House of Commons Exonerates Phil Jones & Says Climate Science Solid – Blames University of East Anglia

March 31, 2010 by  
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An enquiry by the UK House of Commons into the conduct of the University of East Anglia and Professor Phil Jones has concluded by saying there is no evidence to challenge the “scientific consensus” that climate change is being caused by human activity and by clearing Jones of wrongdoing, placing the blame for misconduct squarely on the University itself.

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