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Mom, Can I Put Some Super-Morphing Bug Juice in my Squirt Gun?
October 21, 2004 12:00 AM - Grinning Planet

They say that cockroaches will be around long after man is gone, so you'd better transfer all your boxes of cereal to Tupperwares before the end of the world comes!

The Expanding Organic Grocery Scene
October 19, 2004 12:00 AM - Editors, Mother Earth News

It's a great time to be an organic food shopper, whether you're new to organics or a veteran devotee.

Port of Suape, Pernambuco, Brazil: Using Infrastructure to Create Opportunity & Equity
October 18, 2004 12:00 AM - Norman Anderson, President and CEO of CG/LA Infrastructure LLC, with assistance from Evaldo Guedes and Anand Hemnani in Brazil and Beth Howell in Washington, DC

The Port of Suape in northeastern Brazil may be pointing the way toward a new strategy of addressing income inequality in Latin America.

Animal Olympics
October 18, 2004 12:00 AM - eNature.com

Athleticism, speed, strength, power, endurance: Humans celebrate these attributes in such events as the Olympic Games, but in the animal kingdom, they are necessary for survival.

Emissions Free Country
September 7, 2004 12:00 AM - Jurriaan Kamp, Ode Magazine (originally published in Ode Magazine, Issue 1, August 2004)

Iceland is conducting an experiment that may forever change how energy is supplied. Science, politics and the corporate world are working together here to make a break from our dependence on coal, oil and gas. In the future, this small island nation will get its energy from the H2 in H2O. The first steps have begun and in 25 years the world's first hydrogen economy may be a reality - clean, sustainable, endless. The world is watching closely, and these pioneering Vikings are confident it will follow their lead.

Is Agribusiness Making Food Less Nutritious?
September 1, 2004 12:00 AM - Cheryl Long and Lynn Keiley

Growing evidence indicates that today's fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products have less vitamins and nutrients than in the past.

EarthTalk: Do urban trees really help reduce pollution and clean the air?
August 31, 2004 12:00 AM - The editors of E/The Environmental Magazine

Dear EarthTalk: Do urban trees really help reduce pollution and clean the air? Find out the answer to this question and others in this segment of EarthTalk.

Revealing Dhaka: The Hope of Bangladesh
August 24, 2004 12:00 AM - Kazi K. Ashraf (University of Hawaii, Honolulu) with Saif Ul Haque (in Dhaka) and Alex Kliment (in New York City)

Deep within the Bengal Delta, amidst a maze of rivers and canals, lies Dhaka, the vibrant capital of Bangladesh. Dhaka is in fact the last big urban stop on the great Gangetic stream as it cascades into the sea. Home to over ten million people, this fast-growing city is one of the most densely inhabited places on earth.

The Pot of Golden Glow at the End of the Rainbow Diet
November 30, -0001 12:00 AM - Grinning Planet

Eating a variety of colors improves health, and here's a little secret about it!

Today's Cartoonlet
November 30, -0001 12:00 AM - Hippoworks.com

A touch of environmental humor!



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