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Maunder Minimum: Salvation for Earth or the Death Knell to Environmentalism?

Maunder Minimum: Salvation for Earth or the Death Knell to Environmentalism?

I know, but I can’t resist the urge to use incendiary language when it comes to topics like this one. If you read the title and are bewildered by the…

10 Green Writers You Should Be Following On Google+

10 Green Writers You Should Be Following On Google+

Check out this great group of environmental writers worthy of following on Google+. Google+, the search giant’s big push into social media, was launched in June and quickly amassed a…

Time To Wake Up And End The Era of Living Dangerously

Time To Wake Up And End The Era of Living Dangerously

The world is on edge: On the edge of another financial crisis, another global recession, another bout of extreme weather, another humanitarian disaster, another food crisis, and another round of…

Sustainability Webinars Recommended by The Green Register

Sustainability Webinars Recommended by The Green Register

              The Green Register recommends the following Webinar series on Sustainability: Ecopreneurist, GreenBusinessOwner.com and Inspired Economist will be teaming up to conduct a webinar…

Just The Facts – Recycling (Infographic)

Just The Facts – Recycling (Infographic)

From our good friends at http://www.reusethisbag.com – Another great infographic about recycling. Below are some great stats you can share with your friends. The average family throws away 6 trees…

Nature Conservancy Of Alabama Held Nation’s Largest Earth Day Picnic

Nature Conservancy Of Alabama Held Nation’s Largest Earth Day Picnic

It’s official! The Nature Conservancy’s Picnic for the Planet worldwide attempt this past Earth Day to break the Guinness world record for most people picnicking in multiple venues in a…

Sustainability Road Map Released in Richmond, Virginia

Sustainability Road Map Released in Richmond, Virginia

The city of Richmond has developed a sustainability plan as a road map to building a forward-thinking city that considers the economic, social and environmental impact of decision-making. The plan…

The Never Ending Life of Styrofoam

The Never Ending Life of Styrofoam

Carcinogen warnings, innovations in Canada, and recycling resources. I’ve had an aversion to Styrofoam for a long time. Many years ago at a summer camp, I went on a nature…

Global Warming: Separating Fact From Fiction For Fox News

Global Warming: Separating Fact From Fiction For Fox News

Scientific mistakes of mythic proportions. For the record, it should be noted that Fox News is not my primary outlet for keeping abreast of the news. So normally I wouldn’t…

How to Bridge the Gap Between Oil and Green Energy

How to Bridge the Gap Between Oil and Green Energy

Oil won’t run the world forever, but it will for the next few decades–so how do we get from here to the next energy economy? Oil threatens the environment, destabilizes…