Artificial Reefs: Sunken Ships, Tanks And Other Underwater Paradises

January 26, 2011 by  
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Huffington Post is hosting a beautiful slideshow of artificial reefs , made entirely from old tankers, subway cars, army tanks, and other oddities. It’s a gorgeous look at underwater wonderlands.

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Should We Stop Freaking Out About China and Clean Tech?

January 25, 2011 by  
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TIME asks, “Should we stop freaking out about China and Clean Tech?” It brings up interesting points from the debate on partnering with and/or competing against China on clean tech innovation. Definitely worth a read. ..

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Guide for Setting Up a Treadmill Desk

January 10, 2011 by  
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This is an awesome how-to from PCWorld .

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Ginger Could Be the Key to Saving the Stag Beetle

January 10, 2011 by  
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m-louis / Creative Commons The stag beetle is the largest terrestrial insect in the United Kingdom but finding the elusive species has always been a challenge. Conservationists fear that the beetle’s numbers may be declining but without an accurate count of the population, no effective protection plan can developed.

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Bittman, Pogue And More On Living A Sustainable Life

January 4, 2011 by  
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I really do not know how the New York Times defines “sustainable”; one is tempted to fall back to Bill McDonough’s old joke “We still have people talking about ‘sustainability’! Nothing is more boring. Are you proud if your marriage is ‘sustainable’?” Tara Parker Pope never heard the joke and does actually discuss sustainable marriage, in The Happy Marriage Is the ‘Me’ Marriage , while more to the point, Mark Bittman discusses how to eat:

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