Here is a collection of this weeks some of the best blogs found on the internet about sustainability, green living, green issues, and current global issues.
Miles King: Planners have given the green light for a solar farm at Rampisham Down, a SSSI in West Dorset. But stopping biodiversity loss is as important as stopping global warming
In the U.S. and Europe, myopia for kids and young adults has doubled; in China it’s up 80 percent. Scientists think they’ve found out why, and it’s probably not what you think.
Odds are that you have heard these statements before. As an adult, we don’t need anyone to tell us these things. We tell ourselves. But there was a time when each of us heard these ideas for the first time. Do you remember?
As the squid was recently killed, and its muscle cells are still working, the salt triggers chemical reactions similar to those it used to move its tentacles when it was alive, NPR journalist Robert Krulwich explains:
Competition is instilled into our brains at a very young age. From the start, we are told to always do our best and strive to be number one. After all, you don’t win silver, you lose gold. As we grow older, we compete in academics, sports, and eventually in jobs. This is when the problem arises; when do you stop competing and start cooperating?