- Another look at the ever shrinking Everglades and why its unlikely that restoration is in sight, even if Congress can overturn the president’s expected veto on the water infrastructure bill
- Cook + Fox gets their office space in Manhattan certified LEED Platinum, proof that they practice what they preach
- Berkeley might pay for the upfront costs of solar panels for homeowners, with homeowners paying the city back through property taxes
- The Nature Conservancy logs on 161,000 acres of land they bought in the Adirondaks, as part of their sale agreement to provide wood for the paper company owned by the previous owners.
- One woman’s discussion of how she started using graywater in her backyard
- Biologists endorse continuing to use hydroelectric dams on the Columbia and Snake Rivers, saying they don’t endanger salmon for extinction under the Endangered Species Act
- More and more, people are reading the ingredients in their personal care products, leading to increased demand for greener beauty products
- Jonathan Goodwin is able to hack a Hummer H3 to get 60 miles a gallon off of biodiesel and a hybrid engine, and go zero to 60 in 5 seconds – why isn’t the car industry catching on?
- H20 = Life opens this weekend at The American Museum of Natural History
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