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UPS Invests $18 Million In On-Site Solar
Business  (tags: business, corporate, economy, greenbuilding, solar, solar energy, UPS, GoodNews, environment, SustainableDevelopment, technology, sustainabledevelopment )

Michael
- 2 days ago - pressroom.ups.com
UPS Solar Power Capacity to Increase Nearly Five-Fold as Part of Long-Term Renewable Energy Commitment in UPS Facilities
Urban Agriculture Pioneer Lufa Farms Opens Third Rooftop Greenhouse Farm
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco-friendly, greenhouse, Montreal, Sustainabililty, sustainable, green, greenliving, environment, conservation, healthy, greenproducts, technology )

Michael
- 27 days ago - montrealgazette.com
It took the expertise of many and the investment of $2 million from family, friends and others, but in 2011 they opened what was reputed to be the world's first commercial rooftop greenhouse.
Donald Trump Needs a Science Education: Bob McDonald
Science & Tech  (tags: science, Trump, society, government, republicans, elections )

Michael
- 100 days ago - cbc.ca
A president wrongly informed about science can take us down a dangerous path.
Dark Earth Could Herald a Bright Future for Agriculture and Climate
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco-friendly, dark earth, green, greenliving, environment, greenhouse gases, CO2, carbon, food, garden, ecosystems, CO2emissions, greenproducts, organic, sustainable, Sustainabililty, technology )

Michael
- 225 days ago - davidsuzuki.org
Feeding more than seven billion people with minimal environmental and climate impacts is no small feat.
Ceres' Bright Spot Could Actually Be Salt Volcanoes
Science & Tech  (tags: Ceres, discovery, astronomy, space, nasa, science )

Michael
- 234 days ago - iflscience.com
It looks like there's competition for which dwarf planet is the most interesting in the Solar System: Ceres or Pluto? Pluto, with its heart and floating mountains, might seem ahead, but this week Ceres revealed something unique: salt volcanoes.
The Earth Almost Has A New Moon
Science & Tech  (tags: science, moon, asteroid, Earth, astronomy, discovery, space, NASA, Pan-STARRS 1, 2016 HO3 )

Michael
- 234 days ago - iflscience.com
A small asteroid has been discovered following the Earth around the Sun. This object is too far away to be a new Moon, but it's definitely trapped in a tug-of-war between the gravitational attraction of our planet and the Sun.
Pear-Shaped Nuclei Explain Lack Of Antimatter And Make Time-Travel Impossible
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, physics, time-travel, Antimatter, science, study, space, technology )

Michael
- 237 days ago - iflscience.com
In physics sometimes proving the obvious is more complex than proving the difficult. The obvious, in this case, is why the universe is made of matter.
Do Gravitational Waves Hint At Dark Matter?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, dark matter, gravity, gravity waves, discovery, science, space, research )

Michael
- 240 days ago - iflscience.com
We have known for many decades that thereâEUR(TM)s a lot more matter in the universe than what we can see with our naked eyes, and so far all attempts at discovering what this "dark matter" is have been unsuccessful.
Scientists Successfully Convert Waste Plastic Into Fuel
Environment  (tags: science, tech, technology, discovery, pollution, habitatdestruction, Sustainabililty, ecosystems, oceans, pacific, garbage patch, plastic )

Michael
- 244 days ago - iflscience.com
One of the most depressing facts about humanity's degradation of the natural world is the presence of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a gigantic vortex of plastic and other marine debris that could be up to twice the size of the continental U.S.
The Last Spot on Earth Just Passed a Historic Climate Milestone
Science & Tech  (tags: science, discovery, climate-change, CO2emissions, climatechange, globalwarming, globalwarming, south pole, pollution, environment, destruction, science, research, study, news )

Michael
- 247 days ago - gizmodo.com
On May 23rd, something extraordinary happened at the South Pole. For the first time in 4 million years, carbon dioxide concentrations cleared 400 parts per million (ppm).
 
 
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