Environment Magazine

Goop Matters: Printing Waste Paperblog Pick in Environment

The Goop Matters: on 3D Printing and Waste

Still far from the replicator technology in Star Trek, reasonably affordable commercial 3D printers like the $2000 MakerBot and $1300 Cube are still for the hobbyist but is... Read more

Biodiversity Club Paperblog Pick in Environment

The Biodiversity Club

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species uses 6 quantitative criteria to allocate species to 9 categories of extinction risk. The... Read more


  • Electric Cars Not Green If Coal Used to Generate Energy

    Electric Cars Green Coal Used Generate Energy

    The BBC reported last week that a study from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology study found that greenhouse gas emissions rose dramatically if... Read more

    The 08 October 2012 by   Dorsetenergized
  • Cleaning Oil from Water with Nanosponges

    Cleaning from Water with Nanosponges

    We all know the massive amounts of oil that poured into the Gulf of Mexico during the Macondo deep-water oil spill of 2010. Since then scientists have been... Read more

    The 03 October 2012 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Riding My Bike to Work Instead of the Bus

    Riding Bike Work Instead

    Last year I wrote about the “hidden benefits” of mass transit. In it I mentioned that I don’t ride my bike much, but that has slowly been changing. I like the... Read more

    The 14 October 2012 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Climate Change and Atlantic Circulation

    Climate Change Atlantic Circulation

    Today my very first scientific publication is appearing in Geophysical Research Letters. During my summer at UVic, I helped out with a model intercomparison... Read more

    The 24 October 2012 by   Climatesight
  • Rocky Mountain Elk at Sundown

    Rocky Mountain Sundown

    Nothing says autumn to me like bugling elk in Rocky Mountain National Park. These two bachelors were taking the night off as the sun started to set. Read more

    The 15 October 2012 by   Juliemagerssoulen