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Six Chemicals in Fracking Wastewater at Levels Unsafe to Drink


Fracking Wastewater A pair of researchers at Rice University have produced a study that comprehensively analyzes the content of fracking wastewater for the first time. Other studies have analyzed some of the chemicals found in the chemical-laden “produced water” that is one of the byproducts of fracking, but the Rice study goes much further. Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts published ... Read More »

Waste Conversion Congress West Coast 2014

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Waste Conversion   4th Annual Waste Conversion Congress West Coast 2014 December 3-4, 2014 | Hilton – San Diego, CA Hi With Waste Conversion continuing to be a hot topic across the USA, but particularly the west coast, industry heavyweights have been out in force to give their opinions. From regulatory issues, the future development of technologies, right down to ... Read More »

School Garden Program Teaches Kids to Eat and Grow Healthy Food


Healthy Food Since a taste for processed, sugar- and salt-heavy foods is developed at a young age, many healthy food initiatives are focusing on kids. And that means schools, where healthy eating programs are multiplying. Many of those go beyond just providing better quality food in lunch programs to educate and excite children about how food is grown and prepared. The mission of ... Read More »

Ocean Acidification and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Hit Record Levels


Ocean Acidification The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reports that the amounts of atmospheric greenhouse gases reached a new high in 2013, driven by rapidly rising levels of carbon dioxide. The news is consistent with trends in fossil fuel consumption. But what comes as more of a surprise is the WMO’s revelation that the current rate of ocean acidification, which greenhouse ... Read More »

WhosGreen as an APP!


WhosGreen As an APP! As owner/founder of, it is priority to bring my audience the latest sustainable and eco-related info., content and media involving our environment today! With technology changing monthly, almost weekly involving the ways of communicating info. to the  public, An APP is provided to my audience for downloading our latest content……….Simply type our domain: into ... Read More »

America’s Beloved River Up for Grabs

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America’s Beloved River Spanning nearly half a century of American history, the Wild and Scenic Rivers system has been backed by eight presidents and by congresses in virtually every session. The preamble of this bi-partisan legislation states that “certain selected rivers … shall be preserved in free-flowing condition.” Stressing the need for balance, this product of statesmanship recognized “that the ... Read More »

The Wilderness Act Turns 50

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  The Wilderness Act On Sept. 3, America’s Wilderness Act turned 50. For half a century the idea has endured, and thrived, that some selected places—owned by all Americans as public land—are best left alone. That doesn’t mean we don’t use, enjoy or benefit from them. They are open to hikers, campers, hunters, anglers, horseback riders and others who leave ... Read More »

3 Reasons You Should Comment in Support of EPA’s New Carbon Rule


EPA’S New Carbon Rule In June, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rolled out a proposal to reduce carbon pollution from existing power plants by 30 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels. This proposal will be instrumental in meeting our domestic and international climate change goals. But the carbon rule is not final yet: the EPA is taking public comments. This means everyone ... Read More »



Apple Click the link below to read the Article: There’s one thing you probably don’t know about Apple.  The information technology conglomerate was ranked 48th on Newsweek’s Greenest Companies of America list this year.  To put that in perspective, of the six million businesses registered in the United States, only 47 are considered “greener” than Apple.  You’ve got to ... Read More »

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