Take a look at the highlights from Nourish The Planet and around the web this week:
Chart: A Valuable View of Trends in New U.S. Electric Power Sources – A telling look into America’s energy use trends and power sources.
26 Things We Can All Agree On – David DeFranza of TreeHugger creates a terrific graphic list of things everyone can agree on!
Tomato Plant Types – This blog from Katie Schemering, our very own Aquaponics Intern talks about her internship and what she’s learned about Tomatoes while growing them.
What Critics of Wind Power’s Incentive Miss – Denise Bode of the Huffington Post defends wind power and government subsidy of all alternative energy.
New Report Lauds Intel, HP, Apple for Manufacturing with Conflict-Free Minerals – ““conflict minerals” are to electronics what blood diamonds are to jewelry” Is your favorite electronic provider on this is list?
On the Radar: Arctic Sea Ice Melt – With this year’s scorcher of a summer, how has the temperature impacted arctic ice?
Why West Nile Virus Is a Self-Inflicted Wound – Due to climate change and geographical economics the West Nile Virus outbreak we have had this summer may not be an isolated event.
Be sure to check back next week and have a happy Friday from everyone here at Nourish The Planet!