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February 2015

Emission-Free Ride - February 27, 2015
If your friends call you an "early adopter," you'll want to take note of MIT student Ben Gulak's way-cool emission-free vehicle. It looks like a cross between a motorcycle and a unicycle. And it's already landed him on the co...

Greenlight For Saiga? - February 26, 2015
Remember playing with animal match books? By flipping the left- or right-hand pages you could match the picture of an animal's head with its body. Well, the saiga antelope looks like someone mismatched pages in the matchbook. Picture a small ...

Futures For Future Species - February 25, 2015
Can a stock market tool save a species? Conservationists often struggle to project animal populations because they hinge on complicated, interdependent systems. Sound like the stock market? Plus, scientists have only been collecting data on specie...

Pizzeria Takes The LEED - February 24, 2015
When the Moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, it's the environment! At least it is at Pizza Fusion -- a chain of gourmet pizzerias. They're opening up sixty LEED certified restaurants in six states -- the first one, in Ft. Lauderdale, F...

A Class Students Dig - February 23, 2015
Ever wanted to go organic in your garden, but didn't know how? Well, students in East Palo Alto, California, are learning. In fact, they really dig the classes they can take to learn to design, plant and maintain their own organic gardens. ...

A Greener Cleaner - February 20, 2015
The Soap and Detergent Association is cleaning up its act. A recent conference that included officials from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Environmental Protection Agency and Federal Trade Commission, provided industry leaders with inform...

Flea Beetles - February 19, 2015
Montana ranchers will tell you non-native plants are tough to wrangle. And getting rid of them? Even tougher. Take leafy spurge. This three-foot Eurasian perennial probably found its way to America two centuries ago, in an impure bag of seed stock...

Dissolving Golf Balls - February 18, 2015
Golf balls away, my boys, golf balls away... For sailors at sea, seems there's nothing more relaxing than hitting a few golf balls off the deck of a ship. And the same can be said for vacationers on a cruise. It's a great way to keep you...

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