Vol. 22 Nbr. 5, September 2009
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- Post-it notes.
- Study: biofuels more efficient as electricity source.
- Violence denies economy trillions, study finds.
- Energy leaders launch efficiency partnership.
- Public health leaders stress climate risk.
- China reports 66-percent drop in plastic bag use.
- Global bird species in serious decline.
- "Black carbon" from wood burning chokes Chilean towns.
- Chemical treaty covers nine additional pollutants.
- Saving species, privately: species continue to vanish rapidly despite the vast areas set aside by governments to protect them. Can private biodiversity reserves help?
- A New Capitalism--or a new world? Here's a non-communist, market-based economic system that's both more democratic and more sustainable than capitalism.
- Keetwonen: container living.
- A bridge to the renewable energy future: renewables are coming fast. In the meantime, here's a largely overlooked but potent way to minimize fossil fuel use and the damage it causes.
- Less stuff, or more blood: the world's rich people must decide whether they want to share the planet's resources, or send their children to kill and die for them.
- Cogeneration performance and potential.
- The living earth ethical principles: spreading community.
- Tooth truths.