The dawn of architectural solar

January 3, 2017 by  
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Sponsored: Since the beginning of the modern architectural era, humankind has dreamed of self-sustaining buildings that generate their own power

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How the Fed joined the fight against climate change

January 3, 2017 by  
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The Fed does not influence the opportunity cost of carbon — and whether companies account for it — it does influence the opportunity cost of financial capital.

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UN Report Finds the Number of Megacities Has Tripled in Since 1990

October 8, 2014 by  
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A United Nations report has found that the number of megacities in the world has increased almost three-fold in the past 24 years. A megacity is defined as an urban area with over 10 million inhabitants—New York City formed the world’s first in the 1950s—and as of 1990, ten such cities had grown up around the globe. But as of this year, there are now a staggering 28 megacities. And while dense urban environments may provide certain environmental benefits, they also create significant hazards. Missing Attachment Missing Attachment Read the rest of UN Report Finds the Number of Megacities Has Tripled in Since 1990 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air pollution , carbon emissions , city environmental impact , environmental impact megacities , mega city , megacities , megacity , population growth , smog , UN , United Nations , urban conservation , urban growth , urban pollution , urban population

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How to Carpool with Strangers

June 28, 2013 by  
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Written by Ben Jervey, Shareable Magazine Since 1999, Steven Schoeffler has run the site eRideShare.com, which helps connect fellow commuters into car pools and rid the roads of single occupancy vehicles. Schoeffler gave us some tips on how to…

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Climate Change Causing National Park Peak Attendance To Come Earlier In Summer

December 9, 2011 by  
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Since the late 1970s the date of peak attendance in US national parks has shifter four days earlier, with the greatest variation in places with warmer spring temperatures.

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Wyoming Coal-to-Liquids Plant Has A Buyer For Its Double-the-Emissions Gasoline

December 9, 2011 by  
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It’s one of the first major commercial coal-to-liquid agreements in the U.S. And it’s an environmental disaster.

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6 Wild Green Concept Cars and Prototypes From the LA Auto Show

December 9, 2011 by  
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An inspired peek at the near-future in electric, plug-ins and hybrid vehicles.

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Rhino ‘Bodyguards’ Making a Difference in Nepal

November 23, 2009 by  
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In Nepal’s Bardia National Park, bodyguards are protecting greater one-horned rhinos from poachers. The rhino bodyguards – riding atop elephants – are making a difference: Since deployment of the program 18 months ago, there have not been any rhinos killed by poachers in Bardia National Park. Read more of this story »

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TWTC: Developments on Atlanta’s Beltline

November 23, 2009 by  
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Rhonda and I have gotten to talking, and it turns out that despite living on opposite sides of the country, our neighborhoods have a lot in common. She lives in the Bayview area of San Francisco, CA and I’m living in Edgewood, just east of downtown in Atlanta, GA

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Oh Baby :: Haircare From Nine Naturals For Mama’s-to-be

November 23, 2009 by  
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I’m one of those label-reading, ingredient poring, information seeking obsessives who needs to know everything there is to know before making a purchase, whether it’s my beauty products or what I eat. How could I have known that obsession would reach a whole new level of pedantic a while back when I became pregnant with twin boys, but it did with a vengeance! While I could write a whole post on the baby industry and it’s unbelievable lack of organic & natural products, not to mention its mind-boggling lack of knowledge by supposed industry experts, the purpose of this post is to bring to your attention a new natural & organic hair care collection by Nine Naturals , specifically targeted to pregnant mothers

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