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We Love Salamanders, But Their Invasion Must Be Stopped

Our attention to stories reported in various media outlets about invasive species takes many forms, but invariably they are alarming, this one being no exception: 786 more words


Extreme Recycling

As the California drought continues public and private sector organizations look to solutions to comply with the State’s mandatory water reduction measures. In addition to… 495 more words


Defining A Word We All Use Constantly, And Are Concerned About

Thanks to one of the great writers on food-related ethical issues for getting us to think about a core definition for our everyday vocabulary, including taken-for-granted words like this one: 516 more words

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Our literary bird-loving activist took it to another level, as the film (click above) testifies well.  Really, this must stop. Thanks to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for bringing this to our attention… 314 more words


48 Hours Of Rainforest Fate

We have read this in both its original home, and here on vox, and commend it as much as we recommend it:

Glenn Hurowitz sat down for his Thanksgiving meal discouraged.

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Danish Can-Do Greenery

Read a bit about their work, mission and invitation, and contagion takes on a new meaning:

Sustainia is a think tank and consultancy headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Water And Its Discontents

Thanks to this post we learn that writers from one of our most valued sources of cultural and environmental long-form journalism and rapid-fire website posts… 684 more words