Friday, August 17, 2012

Elliott Negin: Major League Baseball Copes With Climate Change
"All businesses -- not to mention the federal government -- should step up to the plate and follow baseball's lead."
Traveling secretary: The hardest job in sports? -
[2006] During the regular season, most teams travel with about 60 people, but this week the ranks can swell to as many as 200 per team, including families, front office staff, sponsors and media.
...In October, a team usually needs two or even three airplanes.
Scientists grapple with rapidly changing climate on Lake Champlain
These scientists are funded through a program called Research on Adaptation to Climate Change (RACC) in the Lake Champlain Basin.
RACC received a $20 million grant for five years of research from the National Science Foundation.
The New Nostradamus of the North: Meet U.S. Navy´s awesome new SMV (made in China): Keeps "our fleet ready"
each one is also equipped with a roof-mounted solar panel

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