Tag: history

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, October 10

Written by | October 10th, 2012

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Ski season is upon us – who’s ready to ski on some sewage?

  1. An Arizona ski resort will be the first to make artificial snow from sewage; effluent ready to be sprayed by Thanksgiving. (Green)
  2. Scientists in California want to restore an inland delta, but there’s a problem: no one knows what it used to look like. (NPR)
  3. Want to feel good about playing video games? How about gaming for Rainforests! (Mongabay)
  4. If we classify snow leopards as “domesticated” will that save them? One expert says yes. (National Geographic)
  5. Mom and baby orangutans were relocated and saved from starvation in Sumatra. (Huffington Post)

In England There Are Cathedrals

Written by | September 9th, 2011

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Is a lack of vision keeping us from tackling what could be the planet’s biggest challenge—climate change? Conservancy scientist Mark Spalding muses on the past, and what we can learn from it.

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