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Need help finding an Environmental Service? 3° (3 replies)

Check out our free environmental services! http://www.envirodirectlink.com/ When you need environmental services, simply browse through out vast database. Everything is categorized by service type. You can also search alphabetically or use the search aide for an exact category. After locating a service category, simply enter your company details and the ...

Started by Enviro Direct Link E. in May 2010, about Recycling

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earth soil 4° (4 replies)

Soil makes up the outermost layer of our planet. Topsoil is the most productive soil layer. Soil has varying amounts of organic matter (living and dead organisms), minerals, and nutrients. Five tons of topsoil spread over an acre is only as thick as a dime. Natural processes can take more ...

Started by Naga P. in May 2010, about Earth, Soil, & Landscape

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Whaling cruel and not sustainable- Obama going back on his word 1° (1 reply)

Whaling is not sustainable: "14 days left " Whale droppings is vital to ocean’s carbon cycle Saving endangered baleen whales could boost the carbon storage capacity of the Southern Ocean, suggests a new study of whale feces. Whale feces once provided huge quantities of iron to a now anaemic Southern ...

Started by Paul S. in June 2010, about Agriculture & Food, Carbon Sequestration, Climate Change, Environment & Wildlife, Environmental Disasters, Politics & Government, Pollution

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Little Chance for Climate Change Bill to Succeed Hits Senate 1° (1 reply)

The Senate <a title="Climate Change Bill Hits Senate With Little Chance For Success" href="http://personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/2010/05/12/climate-change-bill-senate/">climate change bill</a> was unveiled Wednesday after months of partisan bickering and also the peevish defection of one of its main sponsors. Senators of Massachusetts, John Kerry, and Joe Lieberman, independent of Connecticut, presented a climate and ...

Started by Bryce W. in June 2010, about Climate Change

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How do you apply the triple bottom line in your life? 11° (1 reply)

The environment, social equity, and economic factors make up the triple bottom line upon which all consumption decisions should be made. How do you prioritize them? How often do you apply them?

Started by C Robb W. in June 2008, about Agriculture & Food, Climate Change, Consumerism, Deforestation, Economics, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Logging, Water

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What to do about rapidly developing nations... 29° (4 replies)

I think it's great that we're now moving towards a position where governments are seeing the need for a consolidated approach to addressing global warming. However, what should we do about those guys who don't want to play ball? Of course they have their own, shorter term interests in mind ...

Started by Matthew W. in June 2008, about Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Consumerism, Finance & Money, Industry & Business, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Population

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Biofuels - a con right now, but the war for supremacy will only gather momentum 4° (4 replies)

Biofuels is big business - there's simply no debating that. What we need to do is think how to address the infrastructure/transport/genetic issues surrounding production, rather than screaming 'they're no good'! But we need to get this sorted soon, as methods for production will be too entrenched to change if ...

Started by Matthew W. in June 2008, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Climate Change, Genetic Modification, Industry & Business, Transport

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What can Mars teach us about the possible future of Earth? 8° (3 replies)

NASA believes that the Phoenix Mars lander has found ice crystals in one of the trenches it dug. If true, and we then extrapolate backwards, could Mars have been as wet and verdant as Earth is today? If so, where are we heading next?

Started by Nick Lewis in June 2008, about Education, Environment & Wildlife, Events, Population, Water

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Did pollution make earth inhabitable one day. 1° (1 reply)

In most of the fiction films aliens are coming to earth and fights against us to take over the planet why? The main reason for that if something like that happens is because its their need to search for a hospitable planet . The green planet is an ideal place ...

Started by Ethan M. in May 2010, about Pollution

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