Miscellaneous Green Archives

By Stephen Messenger

After more than a decade of in the field study, there has been no evidence of the rare and majestic leopard. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Chris Tackett

“As a medium for social change, posters record our struggles for peace, social justice, environmental defense, and liberation from oppression.” …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Michael Graham Richard

Gotta love a company that actually listens to feedback and implements changes that its customers requested. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By David Roberts

President Barack Obama

Several people have asked me what I think of Jonathan Chait’s new column in New York magazine: “Obama Might Actually Be the Environmental President.” Apparently some folks are quite upset about it and think it’s terrible, though I’m not entirely sure why.

Seems to me Chait mostly gets it right. He’s right that Obama has made much more progress on climate and clean energy than he gets credit for. He’s right that Obama has mostly done it through the stimulus bill and a series of low-key regulatory actions, rather than through high-profile “green” fights. In the high-profile green …read more
Source: Grist

By Derek Markham

If this cyborg ear is any indication, the high-tech hearing aids of the future might be built with a 3D printer. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Chris Tackett

In an interview with Democracy Now!, Michael Pollan says taking back control of cooking may be the single most step to help make our food system more sustainable. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Lloyd Alter

And the inventor says it’s all “about liberty.” …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Kelly Rossiter, Jaymi Heimbuch

Get ready to pucker up with this intensely lemon flavoured side dish. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Lloyd Alter

Cities designed in a past before there were cars will work a lot better in the future. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

Drumbeat: May 6, 2013

By Leanan


The Oil and Gold Booms Are Over

The Malthusian specter of rising demand and shrinking supply has been replaced by a new realization that, for most commodities, demand is flat and supply is rising fast. Oil demand in developed nations has been stable since 1995, because high oil prices have inspired conservation efforts in countries such as Japan and the U.S.


Now, as emerging nations begin to embrace energy efficiency as well — China is working hard on electric cars, for instance, despite continuing to build dozens of coal plants — global demand might flatten out this decade. The debate over …read more
Source: The Oil Drum

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