Green Space Archive: October, 2008

Water meets art meets water

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Bill Kelly thinks about water a lot. As an artist, he's looked at how people interact with the wilder world, and he's recently focused on... Read more

More on the bottled water front

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The bottled water wars are heating up. Today's Miami Herald writes about radio ads that tout Miami-Dade's tap water as cheaper, purer and... Read more

Birders' Big Sit!

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Birders are known for their counts. The Christmas bird count. The life list. And so many more. This Sunday, birders across the country will... Read more

Helping the wild things

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RecycleBank customers are used to getting incentive points for recycling that they can redeem at area retailers. Now, they can convert those... Read more

How to get up to 50 percent better fuel economy....instantly

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I keep hearing about ways to better fuel economy, and sometimes the tips seem so simple it’s hard to believe they can make that much... Read more

Green highways

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Interstate 65, which goes through Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama, is being touted as America’s first “biofuels corridor... Read more

Liquid Assets

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Underground and out of sight, more than two million miles of water, sewer and stormwater pipes criss-cross the nation. Many are really, really... Read more

WSJ: An Inconvenient Bag?

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This is a big time for bags. As in the reusable ones, the "hot green giveaway of the moment," writes Ellen Gamerman in the Wall... Read more