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A northern swath of Amazon rainforest bigger than Maryland and likely containing a treasure trove of undiscovered animal, insect and plant species recently became the world's largest tropical national park. ... posted on Nov 08 2002, 966 reads

 


College students from around the country came to build solar powered buildings on the Mall in Washington – and many of these dwellings aren’t what you would expect.
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In 1957, when economist John Galbraith described the United States as The Affluent Society, the average per-person income, expressed in today's dollars, was 8000. Today, the figure is 16,000. In spite of that doubling in real income, the number telling the University of Chicago's National Opinion Research Center that they are "very happy" has declined from 35% in 1957 to 30% today.... posted on Oct 31 2002, 612 reads

 


Due to the vast destruction of tropical forests, the remaining shade-grown coffee plantations of Mexico, Central America, Colombia and the Caribbean have become the last safe haven for songbirds, hummingbirds and other native and migratory birds.... posted on Oct 25 2002, 573 reads

 


Imagine a world where shoes are made with soles that, when they disintegrate, serve as nutrients for the soil. Automobiles, instead of going to the junkyard, are disassembled and sorted into different parts that are recycled into new cars. Fabrics are designed with so few chemicals that one could literally eat them. Sound like a Utopian, science-fiction vision of the future? Perhaps. But for Will... posted on Oct 16 2002, 773 reads

 


Preservation of the world's remaining wilderness could be the ultimate bargain. Scientists and economists calculate that forests, wetlands and other natural ecosystems are worth far more to human economies than the farm or building land that could replace them. ... posted on Oct 12 2002, 715 reads

 

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