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Green+Woman=Wussy; Green+Man=Technology?

Green+Woman=Wussy; Green+Man=Technology?

I’m not the only one who’s noticed that men are taking over the environmental discussion. An eco-event in Bryant Park in New York City tomorrow […]

by × August 7, 2007 × 13 comments

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Did You See the Snowman Last Night at the Debates?

I thought the Dems debates last night were the best I’ve ever seen (I watched them streaming on Cnn.com since I don’t have cable). That […]

by × July 24, 2007 × 1 comment

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Liveblogging from Live Earth!

Liveblogging from Live Earth!

—Giants Stadium, 2:45 PM EST I’m here at Live Earth in New York, which is the last show in the worldwide music celebration so we […]

by × July 7, 2007 × 8 comments

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Why is Europe greener (really)?

Why is Europe greener (really)?

In case you missed it, The New York Times Magazine was devoted to green architecture on Sunday. It printed several articles, including a piece by […]

by × May 25, 2007 × 2 comments

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Ever Since Little Red Riding Hood….

….wolves have had an (undeserved) bad reputation. As top predators, they are integral to healthy natural ecosystems, where they do the important work of culling […]

by × May 9, 2007 × 0 comments

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Just a thought

Recently I found myself engaged in several discussions about taking care of our environment as a matter of personal integrity, choice, and responsibility. One such […]

by × May 1, 2007 × 10 comments

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Solar to power the world

Solar to power the world

The amount of energy hitting the earth from the sun every minute is great than the amount of energy the would burns up in fossil […]

by × April 7, 2007 × 4 comments

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Deep Economy: Q&A with Bill McKibben

Deep Economy: Q&A with Bill McKibben

When Bill McKibben wrote The End of Nature in 1989, it was the first popular press book to address global warming in a meaningful way. […]

by × April 5, 2007 × 1 comment

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Ocean Acidification: Another Symptom of Global Warming

Ocean Acidification: Another Symptom of Global Warming

  I attended the 8th Annual Roger Revelle Commemorative Lecture at the Smithsonian on March 5th entitled “What Corals Are Dying To Tell Us About […]

by × March 29, 2007 × 3 comments

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To condemn the condom, or not…

To condemn the condom, or not…

Durex 2003 Sex Survey Highlights People have sex an average of 127 times a year. Three quarters of those polled are happy with their sex […]

by × March 11, 2007 × 16 comments