Earth911 Inspiration: What Kind of Difference Will You Make?

March 20, 2020 by  
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Renowned scientist and conservationist Jane Goodall reminds us that we … The post Earth911 Inspiration: What Kind of Difference Will You Make? appeared first on Earth911.com.

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The next frontier in climate action

March 4, 2016 by  
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Former NASA scientist and climate change activist James Hansen questions the Paris climate agreement and where we should go from here on climate during an interview at GreenBiz 16.

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Sustainability at the federal level

March 4, 2016 by  
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Fairground Dung and Leftovers Tested in Waste-to-Energy Project

September 3, 2010 by  
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Which waste is the best to convert to energy — animal dung or leftover funnel cakes, corn dogs, cotton candy and other fairground favorites? That’s what a Midwest scientist and a group of researchers are exploring at the Minnesota State Fair

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Burger King Drops Controversial Palm Oil Supplier

September 3, 2010 by  
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Burger King has become the latest company to stop buying palm oil from Sinar Mas, an embattled Indonesian company its critics accuse of deforestation.

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Busting a Myth: Does Facebook Comment Disprove Global Warming?

March 12, 2010 by  
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Image: Shefaet, Flickr This one goes out to mig. Mig wrote us and explained that yesterday a distant facebook friend posted this: “Oceans are the single largest CO2 reduction system in the world. Water Vapor is the biggest contributor of CO2 in the atmosphere and 97% of all CO2 in the atmosphere comes from natural sources, not man made.” Mig says: “Now, i’m not a scientist and don’t know enough about all of this to debunk or confidently argue the point or the source.

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Paperless Passports The Future of Airport Security? e-Passports with AMOLED Screens Announced at CeBIT 2010 (Video)

March 12, 2010 by  
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Screenshot via youtube video German company Bundesdruckerei showed off what it is calling the world’s first e-passport equipped with an AMOLED display at CeBIT 2010. It could be the future of airport security, ditching paper passports for one driver’s license-like card that can display a rotating view of the passport owner. And what’s even more amazing is that the card doesn’t need a battery for the screen to function.

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Is Cap and Dividend a Plan We Could All Get Behind?

December 10, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Good Good highlights a recent debate that raged in the editorial section of the New York Times . On the one side was James Hansen, NASA scientist and cap and trade critic. On the other was Paul Krugman, popular essayist and cap and trade advocate

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Follow the Sun: World Bank Collects $5.5 Billion for Solar Projects in Middle-East and North-Africa

December 10, 2009 by  
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Photo: Sandia National Laboratory, Public domain Why Should Germany Have All The Solar Power Fun?

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