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Antarctica Greenhouse Produces Cucumbers, Tomatoes and More in Mars-Like Test – Space.com

Space.com Antarctica Greenhouse Produces Cucumbers, Tomatoes and More in Mars-Like TestSpace.com"After more than half a year of operation in Antarctica, the self-sufficient greenhouse concept appears to be effective for climatically demanding regions on Earth, as well as for future manned missions to the moon and Mars," DLR officials said in the …and more » antarctica – […]

A Story Of Sustainable Journeying

While there are many viable approaches to sustainable travel — social, economic, and environmental — we hold the same belief: the first step toward positive change is to find other like-minded travelers and do it as a community. CleanTechnica

How climate change causes extreme weather – The Week Magazine

The Week Magazine How climate change causes extreme weatherThe Week MagazineYet despite the increasing costliness of covering floods as sea levels rise and hurricanes grow more severe, a bill to update FEMA's insurance setup remains stalled in Congress. The 21st Century Flood Reform Act passed the House last November, and …Technology News & Topics – EntrepreneurEntrepreneurHere's […]

Bulgaria reports outbreak of virulent bird flu – Reuters

Bulgaria reports outbreak of virulent bird fluReutersSOFIA (Reuters) – An outbreak of a virulent bird flu virus has spread to a farm in southern Bulgaria, the Balkan country's food safety agency said on Friday. A three-kilometer protection zone was set around the farm in the village of Trilistnik, near …and more » avian flu – Read […]

Could Building Massive Seafloor Barriers Around Antarctica Help Slow Sea Level Rise? – Yale Environment 360

Yale Environment 360 Could Building Massive Seafloor Barriers Around Antarctica Help Slow Sea Level Rise?Yale Environment 360Large-scale geoengineering projects that would involve building walls and berms along the seafloor could help stem the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and slow global sea level rise, two scientists contend in a new peer-reviewed study …This […]