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Ecosystems Reclaimed by Major Predators, Alligators, and Sea Otters

Videos have been recorded of mountain lions prowling grasslands, and alligators seen in Florida beaches. Killer whales have been seen swimming in freshwater rivers. None of this is natural, but a lot of people...

Solar-Powered Sea Slugs: A Phenomenon in the World of Solar

According to a study conducted by Rutgers University-New Brunswick in association with other researchers, a Northeast sea slug is capable of scrapping the necessary substances it needs to produce #solar energy from plain algae....

Oregon Makes Remarkable Green Energy Leap With Wave Test Center

Wave energy, unlike #solar energy, is available 24 hours a day, every day of the week. Anyone with an interest in solar and wind energy will surely be fascinated by the possibilities offered by...

CALIFORNIA SET TO BECOME FIRST US STATE REQUIRING SOLAR PANELS ON NEW HOMES

INDEPENDENT -- The state’s Energy Commission is due to vote next week on new energy standards that would require virtually all new homes to be constructed with solar panels from 2020.Currently around 20 per cent of single-family homes...

CONSUMER INTEREST TRENDS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY, SAY REALTORS®

NATIONAL ASSOC. OF REALTORS -- The report, www.nar.realtor/research-and-statistics/research-reports/realtors-and-sustainability, which stems from NAR’s Sustainability Program, surveyed Realtors® about sustainability issues in the residential and commercial real estate markets and the preferences they are seeing in consumers...
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