Fri.Feb 01, 2013

My first open review (sniff)

Environmental Economics

From the inbox: We invite you to take part in a new initiative: the open assessment of a paper submitted to the journal Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal ( Alonso Aguilar Ibarra, Armando Sanchez Vargas, and Benjamin Martinez Lopez have submitted the paper "Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Two Mexican Coastal Fisheries: Implications to Food Security"   Now we are seeking experts to assess it.

Consumption in Dubai – Breathtaking Photos of Our Environmental Impact

Green Prophet

Richard Allenby-Pratt’s popular Abandoned photo series still haunts us. Currently based in Dubai, the professional photographer received numerous accolades for extraordinary compositions that depict wild animals meandering through a deserted Dubai.

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Look Who’s Taking Coal Money, Part 2

Sightline Daily

Excellent. At, Joel Connelly runs with with this story in an strong piece, “ Northwest’s so-called ‘green’ law firms working for Big Coal.” ” Photo credit Jesse Varner. If ever an industry needed lawyers, it’s coal.

British army facing more and more cuts

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Considering that we have officially launched the first private (charter) navy the other day those cuts may be the beginning of looking to also create charter armies in the UK; In other words, mercenary operations.

Vegetarians 32% Less Likely to Suffer From Heart Disease


A study conducted by the University of Oxford shows that vegetarians are 32 percent less likely to die or suffer from heart disease. Read More The post Vegetarians 32% Less Likely to Suffer From Heart Disease appeared first on Ecorazzi. Featured Healthy Living News Science Vegetarian

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An Easy Vegan Four Layer Dip for the Super Bowl


With just four ingredients, you can make a delicious vegan four layer dip to nosh on during this Sunday's Super Bowl. Read More The post An Easy Vegan Four Layer Dip for the Super Bowl appeared first on Ecorazzi. Eats News Recipes Top News Vegan

15 Rustic Loft Design Ideas

Green Furniture Home Design

When searching for ideas with your future loft designing plans, the internet is an excellent source of information. If it’s a more rustic look and feel that you’re going for, there are several different tricks and tips that can really add some old-fashioned charm to your space.

Green Dieting

Green Home Blog

Green Dieting. I hear you asking yourself, “What is green dieting? Is it simply eating more vegetables?”. Well, yes and no, because I’m not proposing a specific diet (i.e., Atkins, the Paleo Diet, the Grapefruit Diet).

Daily Supply and Demand: gee, you mean people are willing to pay more for things they want?

Environmental Economics

Want to snag a window seat? Pay an extra $40 when you fly on Southwest and you can be part of the elite group of 15 people that gets to board the plane first. Announced last week, the new fee allows gate attendants to sell unsold spots in a flight's coveted "A1-A15" boarding group.

The Latest Great Clean Energy News - Compass

Sierra Club Compass

Clean energy and clean air lovers hooted and hollered yesterday when the American Wind Energy Association announced some outstanding 2012 wind power statistics - namely this one: Wind was the top new energy source

Climate coolinator

Environmental Economics

The Freakonomics team must be loving on some of this: For all the fears and controversy about a warming planet, scientists have settled on one simple fact: It would be pretty cheap and easy to cool it back down again. The potential side effects, however, are serious.

Mind vs. Machine: The Path to Abundance. ~ Brad Korpalski.

Elephant Journal

Can you imagine a future where your steak is manufactured in a lab? Where automation aids our every move, including our morning commute? Do you imagine a

Daily demand and supply

Environmental Economics

Enjoy: Gasoline prices are getting an early start on their annual spring march higher. The average U.S. retail price rose 13 cents over the past two weeks to $3.42 per gallon, and within a few days it will likely set a record for this time of year. The culprits: rising crude oil prices, slowing output at refineries that are undergoing maintenance, and low supplies of gasoline.

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WATCH: Disabled Cat Gets Wheels Thanks to H.S. Robotics Club


Thanks to some caring animal lovers and high school robotics enthusiasts, Flipper, the deformed cat, is getting her own set of wheels. Read More The post WATCH: Disabled Cat Gets Wheels Thanks to H.S. Robotics Club appeared first on Ecorazzi. Animals News Science Top News

What do the Florida Groins think about climate change?*

Environmental Economics

Can we get Roger Goodell to regulate the behavior of Congress? Please? A new Capitol Hill climate task force wants a wide range of parties — including energy companies, green groups, sports leagues and plenty in-between — to submit suggestions for federal actions to battle global warming. The letter to 300-plus companies and groups is among the first actions of the Bicameral Task Force on Climate Change that Democrats unveiled last week.

Harry Styles Spends Thousands on Pizza for the Homeless


Weekend Reading 2/1/13

Sightline Daily

Alan. I wrote some years ago about the state Department of Revenue’s bone-headed decision to tax car-sharing the same as conventional car rentals. Portland exempted car-sharing from the rental car tax, and Washington did too… for a while.

Ricky Gervais Helps Fan Get Dog, But Only if its a Rescue


Comedian Ricky Gervais asks a fan to adopt a dog instead of buying. Read More The post Ricky Gervais Helps Fan Get Dog, But Only if its a Rescue appeared first on Ecorazzi. Animals Causes News Top News ricky gervais

Try a Recipe from ‘Chloe’s Vegan Desserts’ for a Healthy Super Bowl Bash

Eco Chic

Heroine for the Planet Chloe Coscarelli just released her first all-dessert cookbook. We were fans of her last cookbook , so we’re thrilled the award-winning chef is offering up a healthy dessert bible filled with sweet vegan treats.

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Man Finds Whale Vomit That Could Be Worth £100,000


If you happen to see a large yellow-ish rock on the beach, don't just walk on by. Grab it and cash in. Read More The post Man Finds Whale Vomit That Could Be Worth £100,000 appeared first on Ecorazzi. News Science Top News