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The End of Night: Searching For Natural Darkness In An Age of Artificial Light
"According to the World Atlas of the Artificial Night Sky Brightness, created in 2001 by Italians Pierantonio Cinzano and Fabio Falchi, two-thirds of the world's population--including 99% of …
reviewed Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer. February 09, 2010
Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer
Did you know that plans are in the works at the highest levels of the U.S. government for a so-called nuclear power "renaissance"?  Are you aware that plans have been drawn for at least …
reviewed The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Peri.... February 06, 2010
The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World
Imagine living in a third world country where a great percentage of your day consists of gathering twigs and sticks or animal dung to use for in preparing the food and keeping your family warm during …
reviewed Snowstruck: In The Grip of Avalanches. February 01, 2010
Snowstruck In The Grip of Avalanches
Human beings are a pretty stubborn lot.  People insist on building expensive new abodes along the San Andreas fault.  Others ignore the dangers posed by hurricanes and build homes and hotels …
reviewed The Last Forest: The Amazon In The Ag.... December 03, 2009
The Last Forest
More than a quarter century ago authors Mark London and Brian Kelly spent a considerable amount of time in the jungles of Brazil doing research for their 1983 book "Amazon".  They wanted …
reviewed Bottled Water. June 12, 2009
posted in Green Living
Bottled Water
When I was growing up the idea that one day most of us would pay for bottled water at the supermarket seemed positively preposterous.  Yet, as I write this in 2009 it is estimated that …
reviewed Strategic Ignorance: Why The Bush Adm.... December 23, 2008
Strategic Ignorance
I tend to go along with Republicans on quite a few issues but I definitely part company with them on the environment.  If you listen to the likes of Rush Limbaugh there is absolutely nothing to be …
reviewed Against The Grain: How Agriculture Ha.... December 13, 2008
Against The Grain How Agriculture Has Hijacked Ci
Walk into to any supermarket and you probably feel very good about all of the choices you have.  After all, the average supermarket carries more than 45000 items these days.  But if you are …
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