08 Nov 2012

Honoring Resilience

  I would love to live Like a river flows Carried by the surprise Of its own unfolding. – John O’Donohue     I would love to flow like a river, yet I am tossed mercilessly by a mighty storm...

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21 Dec 2011

No Dirty Coal in Stockings This Year!

If you are wishing for some good news out of Washington, here’s something: the Obama administration just issued tough new rules curbing mercury and other poisons emitted by coal-fired utilities this week. For the first time, explains Corbin Hiar on...

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15 Dec 2011

In Praise of Darkness

photo credit: Luis Argerich/Flickr 1/23/12 UPDATE: Now a new documentary, The City Dark, looks into the science on environmental and health effects associated with lighting up our cities and suburbs. With a rack of awards already received, The City Dark...

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12 Dec 2011

Radiant Gifts

Thanks to President George W. Bush and his positively brilliant idea to sign into law in 2007 a federal energy bill establishing energy-efficiency standards for light bulbs, inventiveness in the lighting sector has been unleashed, and manufacturers are on fire...

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