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Geometric Greenhouse Filters Household Toxins

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The modular 'Filtration Block' can be hung from a ceiling or wall to purify indoor air

This cool-looking modular greenhouse, developed by researchers from RAD (Responsive Architecture at Daniels) at the University of Toronto, addresses dirty air concerns in the home. Dubbed the "Filtration Block," the unit contains common household plants with exposed roots that absorb typical indoor toxins like benzene and fromaldehyde. Lead researcher Elaine Tong explains: The......read more

U.N. Warns of Consequences of Climate Change Inaction

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Conflict over resources could cause global instability, says U.N. official

The world is in for some serious turmoil and conflict if climate change is not addressed, according to Achim Steiner, the executive director of the U.N. Environment Program. On Wednesday, Steiner told the U.N. Security Council that climate change could have far-reaching implications for global security and stability. "There can be little doubt today that climate change has potentially......read more

EPA Fights Back

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Agency accused of cutting corners on climate change findings

The Obama Administration responded with strong words Wednesday to a Republican-initiated report claiming that the agency should have sought outside scientific review on the human impacts of climate change. The report out of the Office of the Inspector General charged that the Environmental Protection Agency cut corners in concluding that greenhouse gases pose a threat to......read more

Kim Holtermand: Greenhouse

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Danish photographer snaps eerie and ethereal pics of a greenhouse operation

Kim Holtermand's moody photos of architecture and landscapes all carry a heavy, dark emotional punch. That sort of makes sense, given that when Holtermand isn't shooting pics for commercial clients or personal projects, he works as a fingerprints expert in The Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police. These photos of greenhouses, taken from a 2010 gallery posted on Behance, feature......read more

Fully automated electric taxis could dramatically reduce transportation sector's emmisions, a new study finds.  By Lindsay Abrams The energy efficient cars of the future will allow the transportation sector to lower its greenhouse gas emissions not just because they’re electric — but because they’ll also be driverless. That’s the forward-looking conclusion of a new......read more

Beautiful Images of a Cactus Nursery by India Hobson

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UK photographer visits greenhouse to snap spiny succulents

India Hobson has a thing for potted plants and indoor gardens. The UK photographer's portfolio includes plenty of plant-centric work, including this lovely series of images shot at Abbey Brook Cactus Nursery, a greenhouse near Sheffield which is home to thousands of spiny succulents in all shapes and sizes. The photos nicely capture the quiet charm of the cactus nursery, a place where New World......read more

Emissions Fall in US Northeast

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Greenhouse gas emissions dropped for the third straight year within regional cap-and-trade program

For the third consecutive year, greenhouse gas emissions fell in the nine Northeastern states participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, or RGGI (pronounced "Reggie"), a market-based cap-and-trade program. Carbon emissions in the states dropped six percent between 2012 and 2013, from 92 million to 86 million tons. States in the RGGI program turned to lower emitting electricity......read more

Moving on the Dirty Air Act

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Lisa Murkowski's effort to prevent the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases betrays her ties to the oil lobby.

The liberal nonprofit Moveon.org unveiled an ad campaign this week attacking three Democratic senators co-sponsors of Lisa Murkowski’s (R-AL) effort to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases. The effort, which has earned the nickname “the Dirty Air Act,” has nearly unanimous Republican support. Murkowski dismissively referred to any such......read more

Obama Announces Government Emissions Targets

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The largest consumer of energy in the US aims for 28% decrease in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.

President Obama announced yesterday that his administration will aim to reduce the federal government's greenhouse gas emissions 28% over the next decade. “As the largest energy consumer in the United States, we have a responsibility to American citizens to reduce our energy use and become more efficient,” said President Obama. “Our goal is to lower costs, reduce......read more

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