Photo courtesy of Ted Abbott at Flickr.com. A lot of news about the environment lately has been good news - there are huge solar arrays being built, energy efficiency is improving by leaps and bounds, and more people are recycling today than even knew what recycling was 20 … [Read more...] about Green news is good news (mostly)
Photo courtesy of A. Kotula at Flickr.com. Here at the Practical Environmentalist, we're green news junkies. We keep an eagle eye out for the latest science, social, and environmental developments and try to sum up the big picture here. This week, a lot of exciting things are … [Read more...] about Links, links, green links. Get them while they’re hot!
Photo courtesy of ceebee23 at Flickr.com. The Queen of England once enjoyed direct rule over 2/3 of the earth's surface. Her personal authority is a bit less these days, but she still has control over the territorial waters of Great Britain. And, with the backing of the Crown … [Read more...] about Queen of England plans array of offshore wind turbines, including biggest turbine ever built
Photo courtesy of DanielKHC at Flickr.com. Droughts are a worldwide problem, with water in short supply in many different countries. Australia and Spain are both suffering through record breaking droughts right now. It hasn't gotten much attention in the US, but rainfall in … [Read more...] about The Sahara desert is reaching north into Spain