In this interview with Dan Rademacher, editorial and art director of Bay Area’s own Bay Nature Magazine, we speak shifting environmental baselines, the bad boy of environmentalism, and doing business on a small scale.
Here is a report on Salinity of ground water, too much salt in ground water spells pollution. On the foodweb stories tour there was constantly the reminder of too much salt in the waters as it reached the borders of Mexico. This report was published in the Journal of Natural Resources and Development Abstract:Nowadays, saline […]
Lake remediation using sludge Common Ground’s Community Project in New Orleans Reduction/Removal of Hydrocarbon Based Contaminants remediation of chlorinated hydrocarbons! <- very important!
This Post comes from http://www.foodwebstories.com, foodweb stories works to collect stories regarding foodweb degredation and regeneration with the hopes that these stories of our past and present relationship with the planet can be observed and learned from so as to have a future relationship with the earth In this podcast you will hear Mark Hall-Patton. […]
This blog site is intended to connect and educate about the world of bioremediation. Using all forms of technologies so long as they are humane and environmentally friendly. There are so many wonderful biosyntropy and bioremediation advocates out there I figure it would be great to interview them. So be sure to check back in […]
Polyester Wearers Beware! Might walk in clothed and walk out naked!
Originally posted on Suffield Academy Environmental Science:
“Grizzle holds up a glistening mollusk. He is standing waist-deep in the murky estuary littered with old tires, bottles, shopping carts and rank debris. A gun was once found.” Mollusks are growing good and healthy in highly polluted water ways all throughout New York. Not only are they capable…
Date palms and barley could be stated to be the strongest plants alive, well as far as surviving among toxicity is concerned. Halophytes consist of only 2% of the known plant species and if there was ever a percentage to take on heavy metals it would be a halophyte. Why? Halophytes can survive in high […]