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A place to discuss anything that has to do with the "Greening" of our planet.

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Latest Activity: Jun 12

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Why it's hard to change a climate denier's mind

Started by Adriana. Last reply by Chris Sep 2, 2017. 29 Replies

This is an interesting blog from James Hrynyshyn, who is a communication expert who writes a science blog called Class: M. I guess I never viewed it this way, but it is intriguing. The idea is that a human effect on climate is hard to believe because it runs counter to thousands of years of human belief, not just biblical but in other cultures as well, that climate is something so huge and beyond our human purview that it is totally counter-intuitive to accept that we could indeed be having…Continue

Tags: communication, climate change

Dealing with a Harsh Reality

Started by Dennis Paul Renner. Last reply by Dennis Paul Renner Sep 17, 2015. 16 Replies

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that I question every action I have taken to help the planet, and, there by humanity, and the animals I have shared this planet with. Like many of you I have taken many steps in my life to protect our home. I became vegan 22 years ago, and was a vegetarian the previous 37 years. I rode bicycle every chance I got instead of driving a car, I got into solar cooking to use the suns energy instead of the carbon industries fuels. Of course I recycled. The…Continue

NEWS FLASH>> Breaking: State Department Supports Keystone XL Pipeline

Started by Sydni Moser. Last reply by Neal Jun 20, 2013. 4 Replies

 The US State Department’s final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline has been released. The State Department “does not regard the No Action Alternative to be preferable to the proposed Project.” On Day 7 of the White House Sit-in, an estimated…Continue

How a Country With One of the World's Largest Economies Is Ditching Fossil Fuels

Started by Neal. Last reply by Michel Apr 21, 2013. 16 Replies

As the U.S., and apparently Canada, moves into being a major supplier of death fuels, some countries are going in a different direction. America doesn't lead anymore, because our government is full of conservative christian dipshits.The country is headed for 80 percent renewable energy and has complete buy-in from all political parties.December 19, 2012 |…Continue

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Comment by Mrs.B on June 12, 2018 at 3:24am

I may have misunderstood, I thought this was the Puget Sound in the old times.

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Comment by Stephen on June 12, 2018 at 2:58am

I love looking at old maps. (Beyond this point be monsters) lol

Comment by Mrs.B on June 11, 2018 at 8:57pm

Been around that area many times.

Comment by Anti_Doone on June 11, 2018 at 8:46pm

One of the many incredible maps that will be published in this year's Atlas of Design (available in October 2018): "Glacial Landforms of the Puget Lowland" by

Comment by Anti_Doone on February 24, 2018 at 8:57pm

challenges the perception that is the rainiest place in . The city might be foggy all the time but in terms of annual rainfall it’s only second class. Source:

Comment by Stephen on August 1, 2017 at 5:54pm

How to Get Practical Water Data in a Unique Way #CitizenScience
https://blog.adafruit.com/2017/08/01/how-to-get-practical-water-dat...

This bot not only has beautiful locomotion, but it is also a great water monitoring device. According to TechCrunch it was created by a team at l’École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. Apparently this is the same school that created croco creatures for the BBC nature series Spy in the Wild. Envirobot, as it is called, has the advantage of moving like an eel with little wake, so it does not further disperse the pollutants it is trying to study. Another advantage of the bot is that it is modular, so researchers can configure the sensor segments as needed.

Electric sensors can track the salinity of the water, and chemical ones obviously can test for acidity or certain elements. The biological sensors are different, though: they’re filled with living organisms or tissues—fish cells, microfauna, etc.—which react in predictable ways to, say, the presence of insecticides or other toxins.

Comment by Chris on December 22, 2016 at 1:26am

I  asked this before.

Is there an investment index for sustainable growth?

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