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Single Stream Recycling in King Of Prussia, PA

High Definition Pictures   Single Stream Recycling Tour in King of Prussia with Ambler Environmental Action Committee 3   0:46 Single Stream Recycling Tour in King of Prussia with Ambler Environmental Action Committee 2 0:49 Single Stream Recycling Tour in King of Prussia with Ambler Environmental Action Committee 1 1:14 Single Stream Recycling King of […]
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    • Greenhouse Gas Levels at Highest Point in 800,000 Years
      The Membrane Domain has been conducting research on climate change since 1999. Don’t you hate it when this happens? The ABC, Australia’s public broadcaster, is reporting: The world’s top scientists have given their clearest warning yet of the severe and irreversible impacts of climate change. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC […]
    • Turning Water Into Electricity
      It is possible to turn water into electricity. Solar energy is one of the cleanest and cheapest ways to convert liquid H2O into steam. The energy in steam is 9 times greater than the energy in the same weight of boiling water. The math suggests that each gallon of evaporated water is equal to running […]
    • The Costs of Solar Energy
      A lot of the environmental costs of solar depend on how the panels and batteries are produced, transported and disposed of… and most importantly how the energy is stored. As renewable energy grows, storage will become a greater problem. In general, we would be better off producing energy like the sun (fusion) than trying to […]
  • RSS Global Warming

    • Latest Mississippi River Delta News: Dec. 22, 2014
      Environmental Groups Draw Recommendations from Louisiana’s Coastal Master Plan (Audio- David Muth) By Amy Jeffries, WWNO. Dec. 19, 2014. “A coalition of environmental groups has come up with their own ideas for how the first millions can best be spent to restore the coast.” (Read more)   Study: Many residents could be displaced from flooding By Jonathan Oliv […]
    • We need strong national methane rules. Here's how we get there.
      By EDF BlogsBy Karin Rives, EDF's editorial manager and editor of the EDF Voices blog New York’s statewide ban on fracking is a vindication for communities around the country that have been hit hard by unconventional natural gas production, writes Fred Krupp, Environmental Defense Fund’s president, in a Dec. 22 op-ed piece in The Washington Post. It dem […]
    • Cuba and New England share marine conservation experiences
      By Jake Kritzer President Obama recently announced momentous changes in the United States policy toward Cuba.  The implications of this sea-change are wide-ranging, including the potential for enhanced scientific collaborations, and more effective and cooperative environmental management.  EDF has a long and diverse history of productive partnerships in Cuba […]
  • RSS State Of The Climate

    • November 2014 National Overview
      The average contiguous U.S. temperature during November was 39.3°F, 2.4°F below the 20th century average. This ranked as the 16th coldest November in the 1895-2014 record, and was the coldest November since 2000. The average maximum (daytime) November temperature for the contiguous U.S. was 50.3°F, 2.4°F below the 20th century average and ranked as the 21st […]
    • November 2014 Global Analysis
      The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for November 2014 tied with 2008 as seventh highest in the 135-year period of record, at 0.65°C (1.17°F) above the 20th century average of 12.9°C (55.2°F). The global land surface temperature was 0.82°C (1.48°F) above the 20th century average of 5.9°C (42.6°F), the 13th highest for November […]
    • November 2014 Drought
      Please note that the values presented in this report are based on preliminary data. They will change when the final data are processed, but will not be replaced on these pages.
  • RSS Global Climate Change – Vital Signs of the Planet – News RSS Feed

    • Earth from space: 15 amazing things in 15 years
      The view of Earth from orbit is never the same – from minute to minute, day to day, year to year. In December of 1999 NASA launched a satellite that opened up a new era in our ability to see, measure and understand Earth and its changing climate. The satellite called Terra rocketed to space on Dec. 18, 1999. (And while it was designed for a five-year mission […]
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