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Celebrate Arbor Day

Arbor Day celebrates the value of trees in our daily lives.  It is a special time set aside for tree planting.

For this Arbor Day, April 28, here are a few tips on how to honor those stately trees in your local parks and suburban landscapes by coming together and enjoy those quiet giant oaks, and even a still growing scruffy pine. 499 more words

Consumers

Moving Beyond the Original Industrial Age, Britain Goes a Day Without Coal-Generated Electricity


Oli Scarff/Agence France-Presse

❝ Last Friday was the first full day since the height of the Industrial Revolution that Britain did not burn coal to generate electricity, a development that officials and climate change activists celebrated as a watershed moment.

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Corruption

Victory! Turtle Power Rules!

White Pines Wind (WPD) proposed to be located on the shores of Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County has been dealt a severe blow by the… 414 more words

Environment

The Electric-Car Boom Is So Real One Global Oil Company Says Oil Consumption Will Peak In The 2030s

❝ Electric cars are coming fast — and that’s not just the opinion of carmakers anymore. Total SA, one of the world’s biggest oil producers, is now saying EVs may constitute almost…

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Economics

Environmentalists Are Dead Wrong, by Walter E. Williams

Environmentalists have had about the same luck predicting the future as most of us have in NCAA basketball pools. From Walter E. Williams at lewrockwell.com: 333 more words

Farming; Adding Safety as Value

The whole of agricultural policy following two world wars, was food security and “food” was identified as farm crops as harvested. . While we forget that lesson at our peril, we now have to think in terms of Adding Value.  124 more words

Bill Butterworth