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Obama Administration Aims 56.2MPG 2025 Paperblog Pick in Environment

Obama Administration Aims for 56.2MPG by 2025

Although President Obama and his administration will be relegated to the annals of history by the middle of the next decade, they have floated a goal of 56.2 miles per gallon as th... Read more

Reforesting Wealthy Countries Common Good Paperblog Pick in Environment

Reforesting Wealthy Countries for the Common Good

© www.osmre.gov The Coalition of Financially Challenged Countries with Lots of Trees, known as ‘CoFCCLoT’, representing most of the world’s remaining tropical forests, is asking... Read more

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    Today's architecture, and the way designers portray their work is slowly transforming into fine art. Constructing tall or massive structures require a lot of... Read more

    The 13 June 2011 by   Derick Ajumni
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  • Featured Animal: Peacock

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    The 04 June 2011 by   Azanimals
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  • Environmental Damage Caused by Tornadoes

    Environmental Damage Caused Tornadoes

    The recent tornadoes in the South and Midwest left behind acres of tangled, shredded debris — building materials, trees, cars, refrigerators. They also left... Read more

    The 01 June 2011 by   T_mackinnon
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  • Featured Animal: Giant African Land Snail

    Featured Animal: Giant African Land Snail

    The giant African land snail, is the largest species of snail found on land and generally grow to around 20 cm in length. The giant African land snail is... Read more

    The 12 June 2011 by   Azanimals
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  • Stunning Animal Photography

    Stunning Animal Photography

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    The 17 June 2011 by   Azanimals
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  • Water Wars in the Future

    Water Wars Future

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    The 21 June 2011 by   Realizingresonance
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  • Featured Animal: Rabbit

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    Rabbits are small mammals found naturally in Europe, South Africa, Sumatra and Japan. Rabbits are also often found in the desert regions of the Middle East wher... Read more

    The 30 June 2011 by   Azanimals
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  • Hidden Dangers in Tornado Debris

    Hidden Dangers Tornado Debris

    The monster tornadoes that recently tore through the Southern Midwest did more than destroy property. As they shredded homes and other buildings they also... Read more

    The 28 June 2011 by   2ndgreenrevolution
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  • Great Crested Newts: Construction and Development

    Great Crested Newts: Construction Development

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    The 01 June 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Already Energy Efficient Japan Cuts Back Further After Fukushima

    Already Energy Efficient Japan Cuts Back Further After Fukushima

    The world has seen the devastation caused by the 9.0 magnitude March 11th earthquake and subsequent tsunami. Now that the story has slipped from the headlines,... Read more

    The 23 June 2011 by   2ndgreenrevolution
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