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Sala Interactiva R3: Reduce, Reutiliza, Recicla Abrirán Exposiciones Permanentes en Universum, Coyoacán, Mexico DF
Como un manifiesto eco arquitectónico Corona Save Beach Hotel abre sus puertas a turista de todo el mundo. Con sede en Roma, este hotel-instalación que será desmontado un mes después de su apertura se construyó a base de trece toneladas … Continue reading
Written by WYCLEF JEAN and published by Huffington Post here.
See the full editorial here. A coalition of community groups in Trenton is issuing photo identification cards to illegal immigrants. The cards are not government IDs, though they are accepted by many check-cashing companies, libraries, stores, and medical clinics, and … Continue reading
This tour is open to anyone seeking to learn about the Cuban food system and promote solidarity with Cuban agriculturalists. See more details here.
Photo from Boston Globe’s Earth Day 2010 Slideshow.
(…) The first comprehensive assessment of the impact of genetically modified crops on American farmers, who have rapidly adopted them since their introduction in 1996, (…) was issued by the National Research Council, which is affiliated with the National Academy … Continue reading
Great news in NYC for human and honey-bee relations: see the NYTimes Editorial here. Here’s the best news we have heard in a while: keeping honeybees is now legal in New York City. The old rule was based on a … Continue reading
Awesome and hilarious, this was published on Treehugger a year ago today. Our wizard Mark informs us that it takes a pound of coal to generate the power to store 20 meg of data for a year, so that means … Continue reading
MARCELO AIZEN and LAWRENCE HARDER explain the complex questions behind colony-collpase disorder. See the full Op-Ed here. IN the past five years, as the phenomenon known as colony-collapse disorder has spread across the United States and Europe, causing the disappearance … Continue reading
The Crop Mob gathers mulch and finishes the greenhouse — just two of the day’s tasks at Okfuskee Farm in Silk Hope, N.C.
Among the recent books whose recipes I tried, Jim Lahey’s justly celebrated “My Bread,” written with Rick Flaste, puts together a brilliant technique trifecta: a wet dough that can be stirred together without kneading; a long, slow fermentation with just … Continue reading
“How to aim relief dollars where they’re needed in Haiti: CNN” by Gillian Yeoh, in a special to CNN.