Browsing the "Global Briefs" Category

Feathered Friends

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Food Shortages Guide Behavior A new report published in American Naturalist by a pair of ecologists, W. Alice Boyle and [&hellip


Solar Socket

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Portable Power from Any Windowpane The Window Socket, a new device that attaches to any window using a suction cup, [&hellip


Fare Sharing

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Three Is the Perfect Number With increasing traffic congestion and escalating gas prices, carpooling has become a way of life [&hellip


Fashion Freedom

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Fair Trade Comes to Retail Clothing The revolution that started in food is expanding to clothing: origins matter. With fair [&hellip


Scrub Up

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Cleaning the Environment a Step at a Time Unilever, one of the world’s largest consumer product companies, which makes Vaseline [&hellip


Shellfish Solution

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Bivalve Farming May Purify Fouled Waters Scientists are investigating whether mussels can be grown in urban areas as a way [&hellip


Killing Fields

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Neonicotinoid Pesticides Threaten Birds and Insects, Too Controversial neonicotinoid pesticides linked to catastrophic honeybee declines in North America and Europe [&hellip


Freebie Fruit

August 28th, 2013 | by Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp.

Online Mapping Points the Way Falling Fruit (FallingFruit.org), created by Caleb Philips, co-founder of Boulder Food Rescue, and Ethan Welty, [&hellip


GM-Oh-Oh

July 24th, 2013 | by naatlstaff

GMOs Threaten Wheat Exports America lags behind the world in limiting, banning or even labeling genetically modified (GE, GM or [&hellip


Wonder Weave

June 14th, 2013 | by naatlstaff

Natural Fiber is Stronger than Steel Nanocellulose, a material derived from tree fiber and some grain stalks, could now potentially [&hellip



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