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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
NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF explains the grave consequences of disappearing glaciers in today’s NYTimes: “A glacier is a giant part of the alpine landscape, something we always saw as immortal,” Mr. Schell said. “But now this glacier is dying before our eyes.” . … Continue reading
Published on December 14th, 2009 by the Daily Loaf, and found at commondreams.org: Protests rocked Copenhagen on Saturday as anywhere from 30,000 to 100,000 people (depending on who you talk to) marched to the UN Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen … Continue reading
FIRST SEEN at Tree Hugger.
FROM today’s NYTimes: “Greenhouse Gases Imperil Health, E.P.A. Announces:” The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday issued a final ruling that greenhouse gases posed a danger to human health and the environment, paving the way for regulation of carbon dioxide emissions … Continue reading
Native Peoples Native Homelands Climate Change Workshop II: Prior Lakes, Minnesota, USA, November 18-21, 2009
From yesterdays NYTimes– read the full story here: The House passed legislation on Friday intended to address global warming and transform the way the nation produces and uses energy. The vote was the first time either house of Congress had … Continue reading