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By "Radical" Russ Belville on May 7, 2010
Since Hemp fiber is more absorbent than any other natural fiber, why not use it in the containment booms they’re laying in the Gulf of Mexico to clean up the petrochemical industry’s latest achievement? There are news reports about using human hair to help absorb the oil.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on January 22, 2009
(CNN) — Forests in the Pacific Northwest are dying twice as fast as they were 17 years ago, and scientists blame warming temperatures for the trend, according to a new study. The study, to be released Friday in the journal Science, is the first large-scale analysis of environmental changes as contributing factors in the mortality [...]
By "Radical" Russ Belville on July 4, 2008
Greening the Green « Terrain Magazine, Winter 2007 « Ecology Center According to a 2006 report by Dr. Jon B. Gettman of Shepherd University, California leads the nation in indoor and outdoor marijuana production. It is the state’s largest cash crop, generating nearly $14 billion, more than grapes, vegetables, and hay combined. Moreover, production has [...]
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