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  For nearly 100 years, the football field has been a proving ground where boys become men, men become champions, and those champions, invariably, go to Disneyland. In that time, divisions have undergone facelifts, rules have been adjusted, and equipment has been infused with technological upgrades that would make Walter…
  The hypnotic illusion of the mega-city is over. Services that were once heralded for their convenience have been revealed to be a short-sited hindrances, such as highways and landfills. Cities are responsible for something like 75 percent of the world's CO2 emissions. While still a murky subject, several leaders…
  Each year, the Princeton Review publishes their list of what they deem to be the greenest colleges and universities in the US, and this year 16 of those schools received a "green rating" of 99, the highest score possible. Schools may be considered "green" for a variety of reasons,…
With our lackluster housing market and the economy continuing to struggle, many Americans are choosing to rent apartments rather than committing to a mortgage. We all know that there are already ample and continually growing opportunities for homeowners to add green upgrades to their property, but more and more apartment…
Few will deny that fossil fuels are an archaic technology that need to be replaced as our primary power source. Our use of petroleum-based power accounts for a vast majority of the world's air pollution and contributes in no small way to global warming. Catastrophes like the recent BP oil…
Hey, get that thing out of your mouth! Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) have been in the news a lot lately, but how do you know if that snack you're about to scarf down started life in a genetics lab? Ingredient lists on food labels may not be telling the whole…
On a crisp morning, Tapan Adhikari, Ph.D., carefully measures clear fluid from a large container, then drips it slowly into a beaker at a lab at the University of Massachusetts. The soil scientist is roughly 8,000 miles from his office at the India Institute of Soil Science in Bhopal, India,…
Ed and Betty Osmun had planned for a power outage. They had installed a backup generator in their indoor Aquaponic farm for just such an event, but when Hurricane Irene hit their small town of West Barnstable, Massachusetts early this year, knocking out power, the alarm failed to notify the…
Jennifer Nelkin and Viraj Puri began their careers in horticulture when they created a floating garden atop New York's Hudson River. From there, they joined fellow green-thumb Eric Haley to create Gotham Greens, a company dedicated to growing produce locally, with a massive hydroponic greenhouse complex atop a warehouse in…
One of the best aspects of becoming successful is enjoying your time off. Once you have your garden running more-or-less on its own with timers, meters, and Advanced Nutrients' new pH Perfect® line, it's time to kick back and relax; and what better place to unwind than in your very…

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