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Macomb pantry to farm fish, grow produce indoors

By Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press12:19 a.m. EST December 21, 2014

(Photo: Salwan Georges Special to the Free Press)

A Macomb County food pantry is embarking on an innovative project that organizers say could revolutionize the fight against hunger, while providing clients with healthier selections and fresh choices. 117 more words

World Organic News

Hold and Haul, The Surprising Result of a Careful Analysis of Sustainability

The purpose of this investigation is to evaluate the “sustainability” in terms of fossil energy use between localized wastewater treatment at a sewage treatment facility and “hold and haul” trucking to the EBMUD cogeneration facility in Oakland for a new American Canyon winery. 426 more words

Climate

The Importance of Educational Programs

Many major institutions namely schools universities and schools consist of Sustainability branches and in fact they are full-fledged offices or departments and are considered part and parcel of the formal set-up. 389 more words

Fracking in Britain: A gamble with our health?

Britain’s energy policy is a mess. A chronic lack of investment in infrastructure has left the country heading towards an energy ‘capacity-crunch’, where demand outstrips supply and there is simply not enough power available to keep the lights on. 672 more words

Sustainability

Weekly Tip #5

So it’s winter, so in some places that means it’s cold outside! I know you guys have your heaters on to keep it nice and toasty inside, but you’re also using up a lot of electricity. 85 more words

Environment

oooo-errr ... what's a man-made fibre / natural fibre and focus on TENCEL ?

Don’t know your man-made fibres from your natural fibres ? Your polyester from your viscose?

Then here is the information for you, from the Textile Fibres Matrix, thanks to… 383 more words