UK Man Mounts Traffic War Using Pedestrian Crosswalk Button (And Wins. Sort Of.)

August 25, 2011 by  
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Photo s__i via flickr and Creative Commons. You would think the residents of Chideock, a small town in Dorset in the UK, would have been happy. After many, many years of heavy traffic making it difficult to simply cross the road , they received a pedestrian “pelican” crossing, complete with a crosswalk sensor button that allowed them to bring a halt to the unceasing line of trucks a… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Spotlight: Saving Money While Increasing Crop Yields

April 26, 2011 by  
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Agriculture has never been as unstable as it is at the moment. Businesses are struggling with the economics of achieving measurable crop yields.  Whether it be the ecological instability or the economics behind agriculture, many businesses are seeing lower margins on their crop. Increasing in frequency is the amount of land that is being rendered insufficient for growth, and the scary part is, this problem hasn’t always been an issue, we have grown everything from vegetables to grass on this soil for more than 15,000 years

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Companies Cutting Carbon Despite Lack of Laws

March 2, 2010 by  
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The desire to be environmentally friendly and the promise of saving money through improved efficiency were cited in a recent survey as the most significant drivers for companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

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German Biofuel Industry Collapsing Under New Taxes

November 27, 2009 by  
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Not everyone wants to save the planet. This is a sad, but true fact. Yet everyone who lives and works within a capitalist economy loves saving money

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