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Tesla Model S Named Top-Scoring Car By Consumer Reports

Tesla Model S Named Top-Scoring Car By Consumer Reports

Thatcher Michelsen May 13, 2013 0

The Tesla fleet of electric cars has hit some bumps along the way toward becoming a mainstream option for drivers

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May is National Bike Month

May is National Bike Month

Thatcher Michelsen May 10, 2013 0

Most environmentalists recognize that a significant amount of carbon emissions come from the transportation sector

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Wildfires In California On The Rise

Wildfires In California On The Rise

Thatcher Michelsen May 9, 2013 0

There are many consequences of man-made climate change, including rising ocean levels and severe weather catastrophes

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Solar Electric Scooter Produces Zero Emissions, Gets You Where You Need To Go

Solar Electric Scooter Produces Zero Emissions, Gets You Where You Need To Go

Thatcher Michelsen May 9, 2013 5

Almost everyone has encountered motorized scooters and bicycles when walking through a city

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A Quick Guide To Composting

A Quick Guide To Composting

Thatcher Michelsen May 7, 2013 0

As spring approaches, many homeowners and apartment dwellers will be putting on their gloves, pulling out their spade and watering can, digging up weeds and old roots and replacing them with their favorite variety

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Solar-Powered, Zero-Emissions Airplane Begins Cross-Country Journey

Solar-Powered, Zero-Emissions Airplane Begins Cross-Country Journey

Thatcher Michelsen May 6, 2013 0

Automobile manufacturers aren't the only members of the transportation industry who are trying to develop more environmentally friendly products

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Colony Collapse Disorder May Be Caused By A Number Of Factors, Says Study

Colony Collapse Disorder May Be Caused By A Number Of Factors, Says Study

Thatcher Michelsen May 3, 2013 0

One of the most troubling ecological disasters in recent years has been the staggering losses of honey bees and bee colonies

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New Study Says Fracking Could Have Significant Impact On Water Supplies In Western States

New Study Says Fracking Could Have Significant Impact On Water Supplies In Western States

Thatcher Michelsen May 2, 2013 1

Most environmentalists are probably familiar with the oil and gas extraction process known as hydraulic induced fracturing, or fracking, which uses highly pressurized water to remove oil and gas deposits from rocks deep beneath

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George W. Bush Library Achieves LEED Platinum Status

George W. Bush Library Achieves LEED Platinum Status

Thatcher Michelsen May 1, 2013 0

The George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas on the Southern Methodist University campus, which was formally opened last week, includes a wide range of features that earned it the award

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Solar-Powered Portable Electrical Outlet Sticks To Windows

Solar-Powered Portable Electrical Outlet Sticks To Windows

Thatcher Michelsen May 1, 2013 0

As environmentally conscious consumers integrate more electronics into their daily lives, they face a challenge in trying to enjoy the benefits of these devices without increasing their energy consumption and contributing to global warming

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