Protesting Coal, Roof Painting Parties & Weatherization ‘Barnraisings’ – More Great 10/10/10 Action

October 5, 2010 by  
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If the White House announcing that it will be installing solar panels after all–let’s not begrudge that they didn’t take 350.org and Sungevity up on their offer of free new ones–hasn’t inspired you to get to work this Sunday as part of the 10/10/10 … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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‘Top Public Companies Responsible For A Third Of All Environmental Damage’ In The World

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Annual environmental costs in 2008 attributable to top 3,000 publicly traded companies. Image credit:Trucost PLC, via Environmental Leader. The UN recently hired a consultant named ” Trucost ” to quantify adverse environmental impacts of cultural practices, world-wide.

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Citizen Science Could Save California from Catastrophic Oak Tree Loss

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Photo via celesteh The oak tree is an iconic part of the California landscape, but an insidious pathogen threatens to wipe out as much as 90% of the state’s live oaks and black oaks within 25 years. It’s called ” sudden oak death ” and has been moving along the coast since 1995

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Valencia Design Week 2010: The Three Little Pigs, a Cardboard Fable (Photos)

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Three Little Pigs by Sanserif Design Studio.

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Carbon Footprints In The Snow: Then & Now

February 8, 2010 by  
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Pedestrian braves the street, avoiding the un-shoveled sidewalk. Image credit: The Hook, photo by Hawes Spencer Having grown up where snow up to the windows was normal, it is with amazement that I view my fellow Southeastern Pennsylvanians dealing with serious snow. Two honest-feet fell Friday night; and, another two feet are predicted starting tomorrow night.

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