FUTURIST UPDATE: The Fungus That Captured the Gold

May 2014 • Volume 15, No. 5 In this issue: To Spot Trends before They’re Trends, Follow the Friends The Fungus That Captured the Gold Of Mice and Men and Women: Gender Bias among Lab Rats? WorldFuture 2014 Speakers Bookshelf What Future Do You Favor? A LinkedIn Discussion In Memoriam: …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Three new species of tiny frogs from the remarkable region of Papua New Guinea

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News   Three new species of tiny frogs from the remarkable region of Papua New Guinea Posted: 20 Sep 2013 08:14 AM PDT Following the description of the world’s smallest frogs, biologists now offer three more species of tiny amphibians from the region of Papua New Guinea. …

E – The Environmental Magazine – Joining Hands for Beaches

May 19, 2013 WHAT WE’RE FOLLOWING Joining Hands for Beaches This past Saturday, Hands Across the Sand participants joined hands at beaches across the world to protest offshore drilling, deepwater drilling and offshore seismic testing. Hands Across the Sand’s mission is to ensure “the protection of our coastal economies, oceans,… Continue Reading …

ASIA’S SOARING CONSUMPTION OF RAW MATERIALS UNSUSTAINABLE, UN WARNS

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Today’s Study: What People In New Energy Expect

NewEnergyNews Daily Headlines click here for main page: http://www.NewEnergyNews.net/ Today At Newenergynews, 2-22: * Today’s Study: What People In New Energy Expect * Quick News, 2-22: The Budget And New Energy; Canada Politics Blocks Great Lakes Wind; 1,000 Mw Of So Dakota Wind; Glass, Plastics, Metals & Big Sun Yesterday …