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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The numbers can overwhelm any parent, or parent-to-be.
Things Climate Change Might Ruin
'Grand Canyon' Discovered Below Ice
Despite Showers, Crops Still Stressed In Drought Areas
PHOTOS: Philanthropist Leaves Behind Amazing Sculpture Park
The Green Games
David_Halperin: As NY Gov. Cuomo Faces Fracking Decision, D.C. Lobbyists Sip "Fracktinis"
Last week, the lobby group the American Petroleum Institute held a red carpet film screening in Washington. Such fancy film events are held regularly in D.C., but few come with as sexy a title as the "hydraulic fracturing event of the summer."
Sarah Davidson: A Ray of Hope Amidst the Terrifying New Math
As a nation, and more importantly as the next generation, we'll only rise to action if there is something left to hope for.
Clint Wilder: The World's Next Hot Solar Power Market May Be Japan
Many buildings are going without air conditioning in the hot and humid summer, launching a new business attire called Cool Biz (no jackets and ties) in Japan's traditional buttoned-down business culture.
Rabbi Rachel Kahn-Troster: Integrity and Justice: Tell Chipotle to Go Deeper Than Just a Slogan
What is missing from thir vision of sustainability is justice and a living wage for farmworkers. If you eat a tomato in Chipotle that comes from Florida, it has not been grown with integrity.
Thomas Shomaker: Escape From Hong Kong During Typhoon Vincente (PHOTOS)
On the morning of the 24th, I crossed from the mainland into Hong Kong and boarded an airport shuttle for Hong Kong International. There were so many trees and branches down along the highway that I arrived just as my flight to Osaka was supposed to take off.

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