Monday, December 26, 2011

The Sustainability Journal Vikram R Chari Volume 2011 Issue 151

What to Do About Asian Carp? Great Lakes States Can’t Agree-
USDA Approves Monsanto’s Drought Tolerant Corn
 Harsh Political Reality Slows Climate Studies Despite Extreme Year - New York Times
A Long Awaited Victory for Children, Families and our Future
Vermont’s ‘energy secession’ goal: 90 percent renewables by 2050
Frito-Lay Sued for Labeling GMO Ingredients as All Natural - Frito-Lay is being sued for labeling its foods as all
NRDC - We're helping Canada's First Nations in their fight to STOP the Northern Gateway tarsands pipeline.
Solar Grid Parity 101: How the Cross-Over Occurs
Living Green and Saving Money – Our Grand parents did it why can’t we?
Shopping wisely is just one way of stopping tomorrow's food waste before it starts.
Our food system isn't working. There's enough food 2 feed everyone, & yet 1 out of every 6 people are starving.
New services make it easy to e-recycle - Arizona Daily Star
How climate change is making mountaineers' climbs harder: My Int'l Herald Tribune column (also ran in NYT Sports today)…
NASA: Climate Change May Flip 40% of Earth’s Major Ecosystems This Century - Think Progress
Critical List: Funding for climate research drops; USDA approves drought-resistant corn
Could we quit fossil fuels for good? | Energy
Report Condemns Japan’s Response to Nuclear Accident Fukushima Probe Puts Regulator, Cellphones on List of Failures - BusinessWeek
Green Business Trend: “Eco-Packaging” Takes Off. But be sure to do your homework.
Green infrastructure is an easy way of making cities function in coordination with the natural landscape.
It's time to fix the FDA, it needs to do more to protect our food, personal care products & medicine.

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