emagazine.com — Now in its 20th year, E/The Environmental Magazine is a bimonthly clearinghouse of information, news and resources for people concerned about the environment who want to know What can I do? to make a difference. A 13-time Independent Press Awards winner and nominee, E is chock full of everything environmental -- from recycling to rainforests, and from the global village to our own backyards.
emagazine.com — Jalyssa Moore was three years old when she had her first asthma attack. "When she woke up that morning, she was breathing really heavy," says her mom, Kesher Moore, who lives with her two daughters in Bridgeport, Connecticut. "She was complaining she couldn't breathe.
jobs.treehugger.com — Temporary Web Content Manager Communications Department Union of Concerned Scientists Cambridge Office The Position and responsibilities This position is expected to run through September 2014. Primary responsibility for curating several issue areas sections of the UCS website.
greatlakesecho.org — Two Michiganders are using micro-distilling to pay homage to a fish long gone from their state while turning their hobby into a full-fledged business. Two Birds Artisan Spirits, founded by Kalamazoo residents Ryan Bailey and Nathan Jonjevic, has created its first small-batch spirit called Greyling Modern Dry Gin.
flickr.com — GRAND MARAIS, MICHIGAN - At a meeting of the Michigan Society of Speculative Science (MiSSS), Dr. Werner Unterseeboot of the Institute for Great Lakes Submarine Research announced that his advanced photographic analysis has confirmed the validity of the famous "Windy Beach Photo".
amazon.com — "While personal-flight prototypes edge from pipe dream to purchase order, this well-documented history provides a satisfying substitution." -Kirkus Reviews
erca.org — Aimed at Canadian and American water, soil and agricultural scientists and engineers who want practical solutions to common challenges: How do we measure the effectiveness of agricultural best management practices (BMPs)? How do we scale up data from the site to watersheds to our Great Lakes?
nytimes.com — Imagine a wolf catching a Frisbee a dozen times in a row, or leading police officers to a stash of cocaine, or just sleeping peacefully next to you on your couch. It's a stretch, to say the least. Dogs may have evolved from wolves, but the minds of the two canines are profoundly different.
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