EarthToys emagazine recently published an interview with professor John Katers about alternative fuels. Katers has a doctorate in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Marquette University, a Master's degree in Environmental Science and Policy, and a bachelor's degree in … [Read more...] about Alternative Fuel Sources Discussed: An Interview with Professor John Katers
Archives for February 2006
CNN-Health recently reported that cancer deaths seem to be decreasing for the first time since this information started being recorded in the U.S. That was 1930, by the way. Cancer deaths have dropped from 557,271 in 2002 to 556,902 in 2003. There is some debate as to what … [Read more...] about Cancer Deaths Decreasing?
The commercial watchdog group Gardening Which? recently performed a study on commercially available composts. The results of the study were surprising. It was found that many organic composts available on the market are of very poor quality. You can read the full article here. … [Read more...] about Commercial Compost Criticized
The Great Bear Rainforest in Canada is likely to be set aside as a protected area this year, making it one of the largest protected areas in North America. Located off of British Colombia's north coast, this park would set aside millions of hectares of prime temperate … [Read more...] about Protected: the Great Bear Rainforest
There are dozens of natural garden remedies that have been handed down from generation to generation and from family to family. In "The Truth About Garden Remedies," things like putting a cup of beer out to trap slugs and snails and playing music to get your houseplant to grow … [Read more...] about Natural Garden Remedies. Do They Work?