Monthly Archives: April 2016

Simple ideas for going green now

I’m happy to present a guest post today by Sam from Organic Lesson, his personal blog covering organic gardening and ways to live harmoniously with the planet. As a follow-up to Earth Day, he’s created a beautiful infographic outlining some … Continue reading

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A very beautiful and unusual animal in danger

“We are tied to the ocean.  And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch – we are going back from whence we came.” — John F. Kennedy Coral reefs across the world … Continue reading

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The power of rooftop solar energy: 40% of total electricity generation is possible

This article was originally published on Eyes on Environment, part of Nature’s Scitable Network, which hosts dozens of scientists and writers covering the latest research across many disciplines. The predicted ceiling for rooftop solar energy growth has been nearly doubled.   A new study [1] … Continue reading

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Fecal fungi may lead to cheaper biofuel

This is a guest post by Neha Jain, an aspiring science writer and blogger based in Hong Kong.  Her blog, Life Science Exploration, covers biology, conservation, sustainable living, and the impact of climate change on other species.  She occasionally blogs … Continue reading

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More of everything: increasing consumption means slower renewable revolution

This article was originally published on Eyes on Environment, part of Nature’s Scitable Network, which hosts dozens of scientists and writers covering the latest research across many disciplines. ———— Renewable energy production is truly starting to take off.  Excluding hydropower, renewable sources are growing … Continue reading

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