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Tens of Thousands of Cattle Feared Dead after South Dakota Storm

The storm was just so sudden, South Dakota cattle rancher Kathy Jobgen remembers. A freezing rain, followed by an avalanche of four feet of snow and winds of 70 miles an hour, hit thousands of cattle still grazing on "summer pastures" at a time when the animals had not yet grown their protective winter coats and were ill prepared for the harsh conditions...

October 14, 2013

Food Waste to Energy

Diverting just a portion of the world's food waste to waste-to-energy systems could free up large amounts of landfill space while powering vehicles and heating homes

October 12, 2013

Sharing is Caring

In a shareable world, things like car sharing, clothing swaps, childcare co-ops, potlucks and co-housing make life more fun, green and affordable

October 10, 2013
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