The non-profit American Eagle Foundation announced today that United States Mint’s 2008 Bald Eagle Commemorative Coins are selling very well, and have already raised over $6 million dollars for the future protection of Bald Eagles. Three legal tender coins in gold, silver & clad (copper-nickel), all celebrate the successful recovery of the Bald Eagle to America’s skies and the upcoming 35th Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act on December 28th.
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Sound familiar? Unless you’ve had your head stuck in the sand for the past couple of months, you’ve heard variations on this statement from both Barack Obama and John McCain… countless times. High gas and utility prices have collided with a stagnant economy, and energy issues (and the environmental issues accompanying them) have come to […]
The Environmental Protection Agency has released an interactive Google Earth-based database which pinpoints energy development opportunities on contaminated properties. According to Biofuels Digest, the EPA’s site shows opportunities for solar, wind and biomass benefits, by combining Google Earth visuals with the database list of places that show promise for progress. The “Renewable Energy on Contaminated […]
By Lester R. Brown One of the questions I am frequently asked when I am speaking in various countries is, given the environmental problems that the world is facing, can we make it? That is, can we avoid economic decline and the collapse of civilization? My answer is always the same: it depends on you […]