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Article ID: 541000

'Trash-Talking' Instructor Teaches Ways Businesses Can Be Green And Profitable

Kansas State University

A Kansas State University instructor and his students tell businesses they can be profitable and environmentally friendly. And then they tell them how to do it.

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20-May-2008 5:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 540924

Next-Generation 'Green' Developers: Ready for Changing Field

University of Maryland, College Park

The first graduating class from the University of Maryland's distinctive real estate development program sees the world through green-colored glasses. Most are early or mid-career professionals with real-world experience, and their teachers say they are poised to change the field.

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19-May-2008 10:45 AM EDT
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Article ID: 540690

Addressing the "Nitrogen Cascade": Incessant Cycling of Reactive Nitrogen in Environment

University of Virginia

The problem of excessive reactive nitrogen in the environment is little-known beyond a growing circle of environmental scientists who study how the element cycles through the environment and negatively alters local and global ecosystems and potentially harms human health. Two new papers by leading environmental scientists bring the problem to the forefront in the May 16 issue of the journal Science.

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12-May-2008 1:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 540846

First Steps Lead to Big Reductions of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

University of Oregon

Forty-two Eugene-area residents took some big steps to improve their environmental friendly living styles after completing a newly developed Climate Master program at the University of Oregon. Their efforts resulted in reduced greenhouse emissions by two tons per person, according to a review of the program's first year.

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15-May-2008 1:45 PM EDT
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Article ID: 540532

Northern Hard Maple vs. Bamboo - Who Is Really "Green"?

Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association

The Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association encourages bamboo industry leaders to back up their "green" claims regarding bamboo resource management and manufacturing practices and create a system regarding practices with the credibility of an independently verified, third-party certification program similar to the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) for Northern hard maple.

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12-May-2008 6:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 540421

Unmanned Aircraft to Study Southern California Smog and its Consequences

University of California San Diego

Long-term survey will profile pollutants to determine their origination.

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6-May-2008 8:40 AM EDT
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Article ID: 540375

Earthwatch and HSBC Fight Climate Change"”One "˜Branch' at a Time

Earthwatch Institute

Earthwatch kicks off a five-year global forest research program at the Smithsonian as part of the HSBC Climate Partnership. Over the next four years, hundreds of employees from the world's largest bank will slog through a forest bordering Chesapeake Bay, learn about how climate change relates to their bottom line, and live in dorms for 12 days at a time.

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5-May-2008 12:00 AM EDT
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    1-May-2008 2:00 PM EDT

Article ID: 540307

Oxygen Depletion: A New Form of Ocean Habitat Loss

University of California San Diego

Scientists confirm computer model predictions that oxygen-depleted zones in tropical oceans are expanding, possibly because of climate change.

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1-May-2008 11:50 AM EDT
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    30-Apr-2008 7:05 PM EDT

Article ID: 540207

Tree Lined Streets Mean Lower Rates of Childhood Asthma

British Medical Journal

Children who live in tree lined streets have lower rates of asthma, suggests research published ahead of print in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

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29-Apr-2008 1:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 540214

Plugging Away in a Prius

IEEE Spectrum Magazine

Jonathan Sawyer spent $30 000--and voided the warranty--to add a plug to his Prius hybrid.

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29-Apr-2008 5:00 PM EDT
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