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Greening Your Car with Non-toxic Alternatives

Greening Your Car with Non-toxic Alternatives

By Eartheasy.com, Posted August 31st, 2011

A few simple practices, and some new ‘green’ products, can help reduce environmental impacts associated with driving.

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Lumens are the New Watts

Lumens are the New Watts

By Eartheasy.com, Posted August 17th, 2011

Using lumens as the measure of a light bulb’s brightness will simplify shopping for light bulbs…

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5 Best Ways to Save Gas this Summer

5 Best Ways to Save Gas this Summer

By Greg Seaman, Eartheasy.com, Posted June 29th, 2011

Would you like to get 30% fuel savings with your car this summer? It’s easy.

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Environmental Leaders Call for Civil Disobedience to stop Keystone XL Pipeline

Environmental Leaders Call for Civil Disobedience to stop Keystone XL Pipeline

By Naomi Klein, Bill McKibben, David Suzuki & Others, Posted June 27th, 2011

Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline will make it easier and faster to trigger the final overheating of our planet…

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WHO: Cell Phone Emissions May Cause Cancer

WHO: Cell Phone Emissions May Cause Cancer

By Eartheasy.com, Posted June 2nd, 2011

Radio-frequency electromagnetic fields classified as “possibly carcinogenic” to humans…

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Connecting the Dots…to Climate Change

Connecting the Dots…to Climate Change

By Earthasy, Posted May 26th, 2011

It is becoming more apparent that warming of the climate is unequivocal…

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Perennial Crops Being Developed to Produce Food with Less Environmental Impact

Perennial Crops Being Developed to Produce Food with Less Environmental Impact

By Eartheasy.com, Posted May 23rd, 2011

The development of perennial grain crops represents a breakthrough in global food production…

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New Technology to Lower the Cost of Hybrid Cars

New Technology to Lower the Cost of Hybrid Cars

By Eartheasy.com, Posted May 9th, 2011

Adding a second clutch improves efficiency without the need for a second electric motor…

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A commons approach to conserving community water supplies

A commons approach to conserving community water supplies

By Randall Amster, Posted April 12th, 2011

To protect our water, we should look to real life examples of communities who still manage resources collectively.

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Wireless Advances Could Mean No More Cell Towers

Wireless Advances Could Mean No More Cell Towers

By Peter Svensson, Associated Press, Posted April 4th, 2011

Small cellular antennas, about the size of a Rubik’s cube, could be placed indoors or out and be easily hidden from view. And the smaller cells can boost a network’s capacity tenfold…

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How Plug-In Hybrid Cars Could Be Game Changers

How Plug-In Hybrid Cars Could Be Game Changers

By Venkat Srinivasan, Posted April 1st, 2011

Maybe the focus of all our efforts should be on getting a PHEV on the road at an economical price…

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Turning it Off and Taking it up a Notch for Earth Hour

Turning it Off and Taking it up a Notch for Earth Hour

By Naomi Devine, Posted March 25th, 2011

Join the world in signaling support for climate action by turning your lights off for one hour, Saturday March 26th at 8:30pm (Local time)

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6 Tips for Safer Cell Phone Use

6 Tips for Safer Cell Phone Use

By Eartheasy.com, Posted March 23rd, 2011

“I can’t tell you that cell phones are dangerous, but I can tell you that I’m not sure they’re safe.” – Devra Davis

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How can record snowfalls be caused by global warming?

How can record snowfalls be caused by global warming?

By Eartheasy, Posted February 18th, 2011

Being concerned about global warming doesn’t make apparent sense when you’re knee-deep in snow…

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Closed-pen salmon farming underway in B.C.

Closed-pen salmon farming underway in B.C.

By CBC News, Posted February 1st, 2011

The new closed tank is a significant milestone in the transition toward more sustainable salmon farming practices.

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Eating less meat and dairy has minimal impact on global warming, expert argues

Eating less meat and dairy has minimal impact on global warming, expert argues

By ScienceDaily, Posted January 25th, 2011

There is no doubt that livestock are major producers of methane, one of the greenhouse gases, but comparison figures may be inaccurate.

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Ford Unveils its First Electric Car

Ford Unveils its First Electric Car

By Agence France Presse, Posted January 10th, 2011

Ford said the range of Focus Electric will be enough to “cover the majority of daily driving habits of Americans.”

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Pumping ions: gyms generate clean energy from muscle power

Pumping ions: gyms generate clean energy from muscle power

By Eartheasy.com, Posted December 15th, 2010

Developments in human-generated electricity are laying the groundwork for future gyms which will be entirely client-powered.

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Throwing cold water on Europe’s “Millennium Winter” forecast

Throwing cold water on Europe’s “Millennium Winter” forecast

By Stefan Rahmstorf and Olivia Serdeczny, Posted December 13th, 2010

The claim circulates in the internet and in many mainstream media as well: Scientists have allegedly predicted the coldest winter in 1,000 years for Europe. What is behind it? Nothing – no scientist has predicted anything like it. A Polish tabloid made up the story.

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Novel metal catalysts may be able to turn greenhouse gases into liquid fuels

Novel metal catalysts may be able to turn greenhouse gases into liquid fuels

By ScienceDaily, Posted December 9th, 2010

It sounds a bit like spinning straw into gold, but novel metal catalysts may be able to turn greenhouse gases like methane and carbon dioxide into liquid fuels without producing more carbon waste in the process.

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