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A positive review for Biochar, written by Jasmin Malik Chua and published today at Inhabitat.com.
Published July 20th on Climate Progress Blog: Guest bloggers Van Jones, CAP Senior Fellow and former adviser to president Obama on green jobs, and Jorge Madrid, Research Associate at CAP, explain the shortcomings of the latest attempt to broker a Senate compromise … 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
Timothy J. LaSalle, CEO of Rodale Institute, speaks at the Climate and Agriculture Summit last October, explaining how healthy soil practices remove CO2 from the sky:
The Natural Resources Defense Council named three winners of the First-Ever “Growing Green Awards,” recognizing leaders and innovators in the field of sustainable food. (Source: NRDC) San Francisco, CA (May 6, 2009) – Three winners of the first-ever Growing Green … Continue reading
The old-century question still looms: where to “throw away” all this “waste?” Scenario one, the old method: Dump industrial boat-loads of agriculture waste into the ocean, slowing the decomposition rate of the waste in the dark, cold, oxygen-deprived underwater environment. … Continue reading