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Environment Blog

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February 19, 2008

Barnacles could easily have been the stars of those flickering high school science films about the magic of reproduction – they have longer penises than any other animal in relation […]

February 18, 2008

Our oceans are in trouble and climate change is playing a big part. This broad theme dominated many of the scientific talks I caught this weekend at the American Association […]

February 4, 2008

Ever tried to recycle a television? I don’t mean actually breaking apart the pieces to use again, I mean just bringing it to a place that will responsibly dispose of […]

January 30, 2008

By the time I reached the summit of Gros Piton, about 2,600 feet above sea level, my legs felt like Jell-o. But there I was, standing on one of St. […]

January 18, 2008

I spent the first three days of the New Year camping in Joshua Tree National Park in southern California. It was my first time and I expected to be out […]

January 9, 2008

When we think of environmentalism we tend to think of the preservation of pristine tracts of land far removed from civilization or of “green living” where we try to minimize […]

December 16, 2007

Fertilizing the ocean may not slow down global warming. The controversial process of dumping urea or iron into the ocean to induce an algae bloom in order to remove CO2 […]

December 8, 2007

A brief look at the 2007 storm season.

October 20, 2007

Don't lose the science in the hoopla.

September 13, 2007

The Delicate Struggle for Propriety with Houseplants in the City

February 7, 2007

The IPCC report says global warming is inevitable, but is there anything we can do?

December 12, 2006

Are the frightening projections of global warming's effects occurring sooner than we think?

July 26, 2006

Would you be excited about or wary of sharing your name with one of nature's most destructive forces?

July 15, 2006

What is the Boss of Biofuels?

 
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