Every Friday we round up the most interesting, inspiring or funny stories we came across while conducting research for our news stories. This week: Today´s Vineyards, Yesterday´s Tall Oaks – a portrait of a region and how it has been shaped by human activity.
Have you read something we should know about? Please let us know in the comments.
Today´s Vineyards, Yesterday´s Tall Oaks
Robin Grossinger’s new atlas of the Napa Valley, 10 years in the making, creates a portrait of the region and how it has been shaped by human activity.
How Clean is Your Cloud?
How much energy is required to power the ever-expanding online world? What percentage of global greenhouse gas emissions is attributable to the IT sector? This report takes a look at the energy choices some of the largest and fastest growing IT companies are making, as the race to build “the cloud” creates a new era of technology.
Nature Yields: New Ideas for Energy and Efficiency
This story is part of a special series that explores energy issues.
That Special Day, Bah Humbug?
Like Valentine’s Day, Earth Day has become a colossal marketing opportunity – a paradoxical way to promote consumption, sell stuff.
For Earth Day, a Bit of Perspective
Millions of people worldwide will take to the streets, the parks and the National Mall on Sunday for the 43rd Earth Day, but perhaps some readers of the Green blog have yet to make specific plans.
Leasing Could Provide the Route to a Circular and Self-Supporting Economy
A leasing society model would give manufacturers an economic incentive to design sustainable products.
Dirkje Koene is a Copywriter for Fairfood International.
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