Friday, February 24, 2012

The Sustainability Journal Vikram R Chari Volume 2012 Issue 37

“Invisible” Solar Panels are on the Way
Is 100% renewable energy in Cincinnati's future?
Nine Acre L.A. Parking Lot Transformed into Pollution-Reducing Wetlands ~Inhabitat
France, China can learn from Fukushima: French minister - Terra Daily
Oil spill contained after train derails - Seattle Times
U.S. Urban Forests Losing Ground -
Are Consumers Getting Tired of Hearing about Green Energy?
Architect Manthey Kula Explores Seaweed as Natural Insulation For Sustainable Building ~Inhabitat
Lexicon of Sustainability: Fallen fruit
Why Fast Company Prints on Recycled Paper, and Other Magazines Should Too
Global warming COULD SHRINK THE HUMAN RACE - The Register
World Bank launches global coalition for marine protection -
New Renewable Energy Doc from Greenpeace
River rising: Water helps revive a washed up industrial town
Solar-Powered DomoLab in France is a Candy Cane-Colored Paragon of Sustainability ~Inhabitat
"Step one is to drill and step two is to drill. And then step three is to keep drilling." – Barack Obama on GOP plan
This nonprofit is swapping kerosene for solar lights in developing countries: Clean, safe, and rechargeable.
SolarCity, Shea Homes building "no electric bill" homes in 5 states-
New blog post: Simple Living Green Methods To Preserve The Environment 

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