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The Joint Ocean Commission Initiative (JOCI) grades the states and the U.S. government on their 2007 ocean-policy performance. State and regional governments made the grade,…
According to a comprehensive study by Carnegie Mellon University engineers, the type of food eaten by U.S. consumers is more important than the distance it…
Wednesday, 21 May 2008 23:46

NASA links human activity with climate change

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On May 14, 2008, NASA announced that a Goddard Institute for Space Science study conducted by a team of international researchers concluded climate change caused…
The National Geographic Society conducted its "Greendex" survey to find out how environmentally friendly countries are across Earth. Sorry, U.S.—you flunked! Go stand in a…
A U.S.-German study has shown that mountains in the western United States formed much earlier than once thought by geologists--specifically about 12 million years ago,…
According to “The Last Word” in New Scientist magazine, two or three separate pours, rather than one continuous pull, is better when pouring beer because…
Wednesday, 02 April 2008 21:52

Australia begins to bury carbon dioxide

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The CO2CRC Otways Project will capture and compress carbon dioxide in Australia’s first geosequestration plant and then inject all of it in an empty underground…
Wednesday, 02 April 2008 19:39

Stonehenge: Do you dig it?

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Beginning Monday, March 31, 2008, Stonehenge archeology scholars will be leading an excavation team to find out more precisely when the Stonehenge bluestones were first…
The Wilkins Ice Shelf is a rectangular shaped piece of ice shelf that is part of Wilkins Sound in Antarctica. Roughly stable for hundreds of…
Thursday, 13 March 2008 08:14

You can go green even in death

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An Australian study by its largest cemetery has found that cremations are more environmentally friendly than burials.     

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