Posts Tagged ‘ Environment ’

Updating Meltdowns, Still FUBAR and Deteriorating

There’s not much new to say about Fukushima. It remains an out of control disaster with as yet unmeasurable dimensions that continue to expand. Or perhaps it’s more accurate to say that everything new about Fukushima is just the same-old same-old getting worse at an uneven and unpredictable rate. Either way, it’s not good...
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Hilo Hosts Rainwater Harvesting Class Nov 14

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Non-profit Green Collar Technologies is hosting its 2012 Rainwater Harvesting class to change the way we think about water on Hawaii Island. Taught by Brent Norris, the class is designed for homeowners, farmers, gardeners on or off the grid, or anyone looking for a green job career enhancement, or anyone simply concerned with Hawaii’s water...
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Hawaii County Council and the Emperor’s New Building Codes (Bill 270)

Bill 270 revisited the "International Energy Conservation Code" and made changes without the proper ramseyer format. As a consequence, the general public has no idea what changes were made.
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Don’t Nuke the Budget!

America’s budget crisis has the world economy at the brink. Social Security, Medicare, aid for needy children, environmental protection and much more are being chopped. Yet Congress and the White House may still want to use our money to fund atomic power. Specifically, $36 billion in loan guarantees may still be on the table for building...
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Unclassified Microbe Ate Gulf-Oil Spill: Study

"Once the oil flow stopped on July 15, within two weeks we saw most of the plume disappear."
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