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March 2017 Online Update
In this month’s Online Update: New Release: Drinking Fountains and Public Health Your Support Funds Solutions on World Water Day Peter Gleick Awarded Ecological Society of America’s Sustainability Science Award And more! Read the March 2017 O

Canada’s PEI plans for more wind power & considers energy storage
Canada’s Prince Edward Island’s (PEI) has set a new energy strategy designed to create jobs, stimulate the economy, and put money into the pockets of Islanders. The 10-year plan aims to develop a stronger, more sustainable, and resilient provi
Inhabitat
3/20/2017

Beautiful P+R building can house hundreds of bicycles in the Netherlands
Park and ride buildings aren’t often beautiful, but this recently completed facility in Zutphen is a stunning exception. MoederscheimMoonen Architects created the stylish P+R facility near a railway station in the Netherlands’ Noorderhaven district

Robustness of Land-Use Regression Models Developed from Mobile Air Pollutant Measurements
Robustness of Land-Use Regression Models Developed from Mobile Air Pollutant Measurements

Stanford scientists reveal how grass developed a better way to breathe
Grasses are better able to withstand drought or high temperatures than many other plants in large part due to changes in their pores, called stomata. Stanford University scientists have discovered how grasses produce these altered pores, which coul
Inhabitat
3/20/2017

San Diego brewery unveils beer made from 100 percent  recycled wastewater
San Diego is aiming to to become the most environmentally sustainable city in the United States. As part of its ambitious Climate Action Plan, last year the city council unanimously approved a $3 billion initiative to recycle wastewater for drinkin
Natural News
3/21/2017

Spineless Republican sellouts sign on to fake science
(Natural News) Contrary to popular belief, liberalism isn’t a philosophy that belongs solely to the Democrat Party. Indeed, the insatiable appetite for power and centralized authority exists on both sides of the political spectrum. This is true for
Inhabitat
3/20/2017

Turn any bike into an e-bike with UrbanX s drop-in wheel
Are you intrigued by electric bicycles but already own a regular bike? UrbanX created a drop-in wheel that can turn almost any old bicycle into a cool e-bike. The wheel only takes around one minute to install and boasts an impressive range of 30 mi
Ecointerests
3/21/2017

Global Significance of the Changing Freshwater Carbon Cycle
Earth and Space Science News: Freshwater ecosystems constitute a small fraction of our planet but play a disproportionately large and critical role in the global carbon cycle
Ecointerests
3/21/2017

German coal mine to become
German coal mine to become "giant battery" for storing renewable energy Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building