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  • Slavery documents from Southern saltmakers bring light to dark history 16 Apr 2020 14:58 Los Angeles Times - California Inside the cramped and dusty attic overlooking the pale green Kanawha River in the Appalachian Mountains, stacks of 100-year-old business records — deposit books, letters from customers, employee records — balanced precariously on cabinets, lined shelves …
  • International Paper: Covid Resiliency With Long-Term ESG Thesis 07 Apr 2020 19:07 Seeking Alpha International Paper (IP) is a business that investors seem to have missed in the coronavirus sell-offs. Although it has shown some price resilience, it has nonetheless traded down with many of its industrial peers. We believe that the market is making a …
  • War years entertainment relevant today 26 Mar 2020 08:50 Morning Bulletin REMINISCING about days gone by raised many happy memories for Pauline Anderson of games and entertainment that were not electronic and would serve well in these difficult times of social distancing and isolation as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps through our …
  • Formafantasma: Cambio review – how good is wood? 05 Mar 2020 09:05 The Guardian What’s not to like about wood? It sucks up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as it grows, then spits it out as lovely lengths of golden timber, ready to use for everything from eco-friendly buildings to biodegradable paper straws and cardboard cups. It is …
  • The new wave of gardeners making our outside spaces eco-friendly 15 Nov 2019 14:00 Evening Standard Boomer gardeners move over, a new wave of savvy young gardeners are finding solutions to the problems of our age. Gardening isn’t always as green as it’s cracked up to be. We douse our plants in chemicals, waste precious water, rip carbon-locking peat out …
  • Erasing your carbon footprint, from baby steps to leaps and bounds 08 Nov 2019 21:57 South Tahoe Now SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. - Millions around the world participated in the Global Climate Strike this past September, trying to make their voices heard as they called for action. A reported 7.6 million people took to the streets, the biggest climate …
  • How the iPhone Helped Save the Planet 29 Jun 2019 11:52 News The more than 2 billion iPhones sold since Apple first launched it exactly 12 years ago have done a lot of good for their owners, but it seems like they’ve been bad news for the planet. Building that many devices requires a lot of metal, plastic, glass, …
  • Letters to the Editor: June 14 18 Jun 2019 00:25 Peachland View Dear Editor, I have some super advice for kids: Limit your tech time/gaming time to one hour a day. Eat lots of fruit and veggies. Spend more time outside, especially playing games like soccer that make you run and use energy. Practice things that are …
  • Consider the Testicle 29 May 2019 12:20 Cleveland Scene - Ohio The small, pungent and minimally advertised Tiro Testicle Festival is held in late spring each year in the part of Ohio where the Lake Erie Basin gives way to monocrop agriculture, meaning somewhere vaguely west of I-71 in what geologists refer to as the …
  • Dún Laoghaire library cafe is bursting with fresh ideas 25 May 2019 05:41 The Irish Times I don’t have a contented toddler to strap into a high chair as a table placeholder in Ink, like the person nearby has done. My jacket will have to do. It’s a lone lunch. My roster of reliable dining companions has come over all busy so there is no one to …