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Alaska GLACIER Conferees Explore Arctic Climate Issues


Reprinted from our sister publication, CleanTechnica. Not upstaging, but as an important adjunct to the UN’s ADP negotiations that started today in Bonn, Germany, the one-day Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience took place in Anchorage, Alaska.

Nearly 60% Of All Seabirds Have Plastic In Their Guts, Research Finds


Nearly 60% of all seabird species have plastic in their guts, according to new research findings published in the journal PNAS.

Hydroelectric Power From City Water Supply


LucidEnergy, a Portland, Oregon-based startup that launched in 2007, has devised a system to get hydroelectric power from city water supply pipes.

Man Vaccinated Against Polio 28 Years Ago Has Been Shedding Mutated Highly Virulent Form The Whole Time; Other Mutated Strains Found In Sewage Samples The World Over


In yet another example of things turning out not quite the way that they are advertised… It’s come to light that a man vaccinated against polio 28 years ago has actually had an active infection in his gut the whole time, shedding the virus in his stools for the whole 3 decades.

Jurassic World: A Premonition For Humanity With A Real Bite


Matthias Mueller is the creator of Sustainability Compass*, an app that offers users an actionable guide to sustainability in everyday decisions.

Seneca Lake Defenders Find Inspiration in Pope Francis


Originally published on EdenKeeper In just two months, Pope Francis’s encyclical, “Praised Be: On Care for Our Common Home,” has inspired a lot of good for the environment.

Market For Energy Efficient Windows Growing Fast


he market for energy efficient windows is growing almost 20% a year. Electronically switchable windows cut heating and cooling cost by up to 20% a year.

Tanzania Has Lost Two-Thirds Of Its Elephants In Just The Last 4 Years


Tanzania has lost two-thirds of its elephant population in just the last 4 years, as a result of growing demand for ivory and the increasing professionalism of poachers, according to recent reports.

Octopus Species Hunts By Tapping Prey On Shoulder When They Aren’t Looking, Then Ambushing; Displays Other Strange Traits


The larger Pacific striped octopus was first observed scientifically back in the 1970s, but owing to the fact that the behaviors observed by researchers seemed so strange the scientific community refused to publish any papers (only a single abstract) on the species.

A Jihad Against Pollution in Senegal


Originally posted on EdenKeeper In the small, west-African country of Senegal, a Muslim leader has called for a jihad, but not one of violence inspired by anger or fear.

Who Opposes The Clean Power Plan And Why?


Opponents of the Clean Power Plan say it will drive the cost of electricity through the roof, even though studies show it will actually lower utility bills Who Opposes The Clean Power Plan And Why?

Rain Tunnel Technology Provides Drinking Water From Air


New technology from Bangalore promises clean drinking water by drawing moisture from the air.  Rain Tunnel Technology, invented by Dr Rajah Vijay Kumar, Chief Scientific Officer at the De Scalene Research Organization, will soon be available for both commercial and household use.

New Backpack From Camping Company Founded By Teenager


Caribou Camping Co.*, founded by a 16-year-old last year (making him 17 now), has a pretty straightforward aim: help stop pollution.

Early Life Starvation Leads To Epigenetic Changes That Are Passed Down For Generations, Research On Worms Finds


Early life starvation can lead to epigenetic changes that persist for multiple generations, according to a new research from Duke University.

Plants Use Signals Previously Only Thought To Be Associated With Animals When Stressed, Research Finds


Even though plants don’t possess a nervous system they use signals previously assumed to only be associated with animals when exposed to stress, new research from the University of Adelaide has found.

Brown Dwarfs Feature Powerful Auroras Like Planets


In a finding that shows that brown dwarfs, often referred to as failed stars, have more in common with regular planets than might otherwise be expected, researchers have found that brown dwarfs are home to powerful auroral phenomena near their poles.

Stellar Orbits In Milky Way Change Dramatically, Research Finds


Stellar orbits within the Milky Way can change considerably over time, according to new research published in The Astrophysical Journal.

EnergyBar 100 Provides Long Life With Green Battery Technology


AspectSolar, an innovator in Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) solar-powered batteries, has announced an industry-leading, environmentally friendly and portable power solution for every aspect of work, play and home.

Nanoscale Desalinization Chip Goes Anywhere


Researchers in Texas and Germany have created a nanoscale desalinization chip that can go anywhere and make fresh water from just 3 volts of electricity Nanoscale Desalinization Chip Goes Anywhere was originally posted on: PlanetSave.

How to Survive Climate Change the Best Possible Way


Originally published on EdenKeeper What do a government scientist, reverend, fisherman, and farmer all have in common?


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