•Water increasingly crucial in energy policies, experts say •Acidification: the latest unknown for stressed Arctic ecosystem •Rivers Carry Away Waste Heat Form Power Plants at a Cost to the Environment •Safe drinking water disappearing fast in Bangladesh •Land O' Lakes: …
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There's Only One Real Option for Averting Economic and Ecological Ruin -- So Why Aren't We Talking About It?
Energy conservation is our best strategy for pre-adapting to an inevitably energy-constrained future. And it may be our only real option for averting economic, social, and ecological ruin.
If the Arkansas spill is upsetting not for its relative scale, it might be for its proximity to…well, where we live.
•Everything You Need to Know About the Exxon Pegasus Tar Sands Spill •Tar-sands oil spills in Arkansas and Minnesota •Oil spills disastrous for public relations •A train derailing, spilling 30,000 gallons of oil is still not a reason to build Keystone XL pipeline
•Britain’s nuclear powered trains •Fukushima: Fallout of fear •On second thought: IAEA re-categorizes the operational status for 47 of Japan's nuclear reactors •'Nuclear waste? No thanks,' say Lake District national park tourism chiefs •It's …
•Jeremy Irons talks trash for his new environmental documentary - TRASHED •Sweden turns trash into cash as EU seeks to curb dumping •Suffocating The World