Monday, August 12, 2013


Greenpeace warns iron pollution from coal mining rising in Spreewald -
Schinerl said Greenpeace's July measurements showed iron oxide content in the water to be more than 100 milligrams per liter -- 3 milligrams per liter are considered harmful to the environment.
Ocean Iron Fertilization (GeoEngineering)
Ocean iron fertilization uses a geoengineering approach to enhance a natural process. It is the intentional introduction of iron to the upper ocean to stimulate a phytoplankton bloom. Which is intended to enhance biological productivity that can benefit the marine food chain and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
More cowbell—or less? Climate strategies point opposite ways
At the intersection of cattle and climate change, two rival visions for the future have emerged: One with more cows, one with fewer.
Oregon man files $5 million suit over wind farm noise |
A year ago, Dan Williams moved from his home near Ione's Willow Creek wind farm to Walterville, Ore. He said he couldn't take the noise of whipping turbine blades any longer.

"It's hard to explain it to people unless you experience it," Williams said. "There's the actual noise that wakes you, but there's also the infrasound you can't hear but your body feels. The best I can describe it is like a train or an airplane coming and going."

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