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BioLite smart thinking

Sometimes the doom and gloom of environmental issues get me down. So it is always refreshing to find new, cool inventions people are designing to bring some practical resolutions to the problems. You'll see a new post in news items on GreenLine today about a small company called BioLite, that's producing an efficient wood stove/ electric charger for developing nations. They started by first designing a popular…

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Posted by Staci Matlock on September 13, 2012 at 10:47am

Choosing between endangered species: The SAFE formula

I must admit to being a little shocked to find out there is a formula for deciding which endangered species to save. I probably shouldn't have been, but it seems somehow wrong that such a formula exists. It means humans believe we can't and shouldn't save all species. Why? Because we don't have enough money to save them all.

At least that's the premise in this article from Business Insider.It…

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Posted by Staci Matlock on August 22, 2012 at 11:30am

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Commonweal's 10th Anniversary Star Party Gala at Galisteo Basin Preserve Cowboy Shack Trailhead

October 12, 2013 from 5pm to 9pm
Please join Commonweal Conservancy, the Santa Fe Conservation Trust and the Capital City Astronomy Club to celebrate Commonweal's 10th Anniversary.•    Feast on a delicious New Mexican buffet supper provided by the award-winning Cowgirl Hall of Fame. •    As the sun sets over the ridgeline of the Preserve, dance to the live bluegrass music of Kitty Jo Creek Band.  •    As twilight gathers (around 6:45 pm) astronomer Peter Lipscomb will guide us on a tour of the night sky.  Members of the…See More
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Living in New Mexico

The Land of Enchantment. Polvadera, NM, 2013 .Three cottonwood trees are dying after being sprayed with a defoliant not much different from Agent Orange used during the Viet Nam war. Looks almost familiar. Reminds us all that we must sometimes act as our own police force because of distance and response time.  Hatred, racism, classism, education prejudice. All part of who we are. This is what happens when the authorities allow a mentally challenged young man to obtain a poison sprayer and turn…See More
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