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Methane: the Closet Greenhouse Gas

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It is flatulated, it is belched, it emanates from excrement and urine, and there is an awful lot of it being produced every day by over six billion humans and about as many farm animals – not counting fowl. While the world is pointing its wavering finger at carbon dioxide as the chief culprit,... Read More...

Saving Energy by Saving Water: A Hidden Imperative

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This story in the NY Times spells out the energy spent through water use, and the enormous potential, with double benefits, of bringing water-use down. Read More...

Finally Getting the Message: Airline & Airport Recycling

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An update on the failure of airlines and airports to recycle anything but a fraction of the 7.5 million pounds they generate daily. They seem to be getting the message -- but slowly. Read More...


Water: Our Most Precious Resource: by Marc Devilliers. This highly readable report on the looming global water crisis is amazingly informative on water issues around the world from China to Texas.