Study Finds Sources of Estrogen in Water, More Due to Agriculture Than Birth Control

December 22, 2010 by  
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Image: “Are Oral Contraceptives a Significant Contributor to the Estrogenicity of Drinking Water?” by Amber Wise, et.

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How Much Should A Tiny House Plan Cost?

December 22, 2010 by  
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Image credit houseplans.com Dan Gregory, editor of Houseplans.com , writes that Lester Walker, author of American Shelter and a Little House of My Own, now has his plans for sale on the site.

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Blue Water Satellite Scans Toxic Algae Blooms From Space

December 22, 2010 by  
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Images via Blue Water Satellite Using satellites helps us monitor everything from animal migrations to forest cover to water supply levels. And now Blue Water Satellite has come up with another perfect use — monitoring toxic blooms of blue-green algae in lakes, rivers and reservoirs. Blue-green algae makes news as a foul-smelling killer found everywhere from China to

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Everything You Need to Know to Deal With Electronics on Christmas Day

December 22, 2010 by  
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NOT a recommended disposal method; Photo by youngthousands via Flickr Creative Commons Christmas day is nearly upon us, which, for many people, means a new collection of electronic gadgets. And that means figuring out what to do with the old devices. There is always the good old fashioned and green give-it-to-a-friend-who-needs-it option.

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Greenpeace Unveils Gulf Spill-Themed Board Game

December 22, 2010 by  
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Just in time for Christmas, everyone’s favorite radical environmental activist group has whipped up a Gulf spill -themed board game that pits Greenpeace against the “evil” oil companies.

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