- Under-reported greenhouse gas statistics? Sketchy emission reports revealed by Swiss measurements
Alongside the 'front runner' Italy, also the Netherlands and Great Britain underestimated their HFC-23 emissions; France and Germany's figures, in contrast, lay within the reported values. And, to Reimann's delight, the computer model was able to identify all six HCFC-22 factories with great accuracy.
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- Gulf Oil Spill Educator Resources
What's vulnerable? Educator tools. Where can you go to help? What are bloggers saying? Other news articles. Deepwater spill database resources.
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- Chris Jordan
Photographer Chris Jordan specializes in large-scale works that depict the magnitude of our consumerism and its impact on our environment.
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- NRDC's Green Squad: The Squad
Green Squad – www.nrdc.org/greensquad A website co-developed by Natural Resources Defense Council and Healthy Schools Network for middle-schoolers to help them investigate the school environment. Find the environmental problems, compare them to your school, and use the fact sheets to improve the environment at your school. There is also a Parent-Teacher Room and virtual library to help with the investigation. Or visit www.healthyschools.org/kids and learn how you can use your school newspaper to report on environmental conditions.
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- Worldmapper: The world as you've never seen it before
This website contains 696 maps, with associated information and PDF 'poster' file. Each map relates to a particular subject. Click on the 'Thumbnail Index' which gives thumbnail previews of the maps, 'Map Categories' which is classified to see the choice, or a new option 'A-Z Map Index', and view a map and associated information. There is also a Site Map and Help page.The country cartograms contain 171 maps showing a population grid for each covered territory/region projected on a cartogram. More information on the country cartograms are explained on this info page.
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- Chris Shiflett: Save the Internet with rev="canonical"
There's a new proposal ("URL shortening that doesn't hurt the Internet") floating around for using rev="canonical" to help put a stop to the URL-shortening madness. It sounds like a pretty good idea, and based on some discussions on IRC this morning, I think a more thorough explanation would be helpful. I'm going to try.
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- Plastic Ocean
Our oceans are turning into plastic...are we? A vast swath of the Pacific, twice the size of Texas, is full of a plastic stew that is entering the food chain. Scientists say these toxins are causing obesity, infertility...and worse
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- Trashed: Across the Pacific Ocean, Plastics, Plastics, Everywhere CHARLES MOORE / Natural History v.112, n.9, Nov03
Ebbesmeyer has estimated that the area, nearly covered with floating plastic debris, is roughly the size of Texas
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Very cool site about greenhouse emissions...
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- PBS - NOVA - Dimming the Sun
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