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Keep Shell Out of the Arctic! - Take Action!: NRDC's Save BioGems
Science & Tech  (tags: architecture, auto, babies, business, children, clothing, CO2emissions, conservation, CoolStuff, coolstuff, design, eco-friendly, ecosystems, energy, environment, family, food, garden, globalwarming, goodnews, green, greenliving, greenproducts, health, he )

- 1858 days ago -
Four years ago this spring, BP's Deepwater Horizon rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico and caused the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
New Mistletoe Species Discovered By Kew Gardens Experts
Science & Tech  (tags: species, plant, garden, orchid )

- 3072 days ago -
A new species of tropical mistletoe has been described by scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in London.
Welcome to Thanet Earth: The Biggest Greenhouse in Britain Unveiled
Science & Tech  (tags: food, garden, science, technology, NewTechnology, interesting )

- 3992 days ago -
You've heard of the factory chicken. Now meet the factory vegetable. Grown in their millions in trays of nutrient-enriched water inside a heated, artificially-lit greenhouse large enough to house ten football pitches
Fist Ever...Massive Study of Madagascar Wildlife Released
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, climate, conservation, ecosystems, endangered, environment, globalwarming, habitat, humans, nature, pollution, protection, research, science, suffering, Sustainabililty, water, wildlife, world, design, ecosystems, garden, green, greenliving, heal )

- 4055 days ago -
The study is unprecedented in terms of not only the number of species examined (some 2,315 species in six groups), but also because of the project's scale and resolution.
Harvesting Rainwater By Not Letting It Go to Waste
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, ClimateChange, rainwater, graywater, landscaping, conservation, ecosystems, environment, GoodNews, green, habitat, nature, protection, recycle, water, weather, Sustainabililty, world, greenliving, garden, impact, interesting )

- 4144 days ago -
"Lancaster says that 30 percent to 50 percent of potable water consumed by the average single-family home is used for landscaping. But nearly all of the irrigation water needs can be met just with rainwater and graywater, he says." (Within article).
Plants 'Chat' Over Their...Network!
Science & Tech  (tags: garden, food, interesting, research, weird, study, plant, scientists )

- 4251 days ago -
Hey Baby Boomers! Remember the book, "The Secret Life of Plants"??? Turns out the author was correct. Who knew? A new research project found a way to document how they warn each other when a threat is near. I'll never pick fresh salad again!

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