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We Americans love our hamburgers and cheeseburgers. In fact, we eat about three burgers a week. But what are the numerous environmental costs? Watch this excellent video to learn more.
Greenhouse Gas Nitrogen Trifluoride NASA says that new research indicates a powerful greenhouse gas is at least four times more prevalent in the atmosphere than previously estimated. The research, based on data from a NASA-funded measurement network, examined nitrogen trifluoride, … Continue reading
Hats off to Sir Richard Branson and his Virgin Atlantic Airways for conducting the first test flight of a biofueled commercial jet aircraft. The plane, a Boeing 747-400, was flown with fuel tanks loaded with both kerosene (jet fuel) and … Continue reading
Count on the Congress of the United States to close the gate after the horse has left the barn. With climate change (aka global warming) not only in your face, but your backyard, front yard, living room and kitchen, assuming … Continue reading
Another spurt of anti hydrogen stink was expelled in an article about so-called alternative fuels for air travel in today’s airliners written by Associated Press reporter Allison Linn. To her credit, she makes some object points about long standing interest … Continue reading