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Seeking Balance in the Oyster Beds of Florida and Beyond

Feb 25, 2011 No Comments by

Oysters can certainly be a tasty treat and their purported side-effects are legendary, but increased libido is not the only reason to be interested in the future of these little creatures! Because oysters are big money makers and because we live an era of rampant irresponsibility, these mollusks are facing the very real dangers of […]

Economics, Nature Read more

You Can Recycle Just About Anything Today—Maybe Even Towns & Cities

Jan 28, 2011 No Comments by

Over the past several decades we have all learned how vital recycling is to sustainable living. But what about recycling entire towns and cities? It seems that may be the future for “intelligent” cities. According to the USA Today, “Intelligent” cities, and “a renewed emphasis on improving the urban anchors of a region rather than just slowing growth in far-flung suburbs” is a growing trend in city planning across the country.

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