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Making concrete green reinventing the world's most used synthetic materialConcrete has a crushing environmental impact but Australian led innovations have the potential to dramatically reduce emissions from its productionThey look like any other footpath snaking across Queensland’s James Cook University (JCU) campus.Caps 2 Impact 0 Whitecaps finally lift the Voyageurs CupThe Whitecaps finally won the Canadian championship on Wednesday And after all these years — the crushing disappointments and bizarre defeats — they didn't even make their fans sweat for itCreators of NYC's Lowline open exhibit showcasing plantsBeginning Saturday, New Yorkers will get a chance to learn about the ambitious Lowline project at the Lowline Lab a five month free weekend exhibition showcasing 60 species of plantsLord have mercy because juniper plants (used to make gin) are dying outWe're here for you at this difficult timeChewing the landscape study extendedStudy examines impact of rabbits and sheep on fragile upland plantsPotted plants, props, windup toys and diversity drapes Why politicians use people as propsCanadians have gotten so used to smiling supporters behind politicians, who is and isn't included and how they behave is becoming part of the storyClimate change is being slowed by plants far more than expected, researchers reveal Texas researchers say the impact of rising CO2 levels on plant growth has been underestimated by 16 per cent

Creators of NYC's Lowline open exhibit showcasing plants

Beginning Saturday, New Yorkers will get a chance to learn about the ambitious Lowline project at the Lowline Lab a five month free weekend exhibition showcasing 60 species of plants

Can sewage sludge replace coal at power plants?Biosolids could be used as a coal replacement at power plants (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)By Anya LitvakPittsburgh Post Gazette PITTSBURGH — A Maine company has set its sights on Pennsylvania as a good place to burn poop Casella Organics,.British spies to monitor security at new nuclear plants built by the ChineseThe government's cyber spy centre GCHQ will take the lead role protecting the UK's energy network The revelation comes ahead of a four day state visit to the UK by China's President Xi Jinping (pictured left)GM to temporarily idle Oshawa plant after Japan earthquakesGeneral Motors will temporarily close four North American plants in all, as it assesses the impact on its supply chain from the recent earthquakes in JapanMaking concrete green reinventing the world's most used synthetic materialConcrete has a crushing environmental impact but Australian led innovations have the potential to dramatically reduce emissions from its productionThey look like any other footpath snaking across Queensland’s James Cook University (JCU) campus.Marijuana Will Legalization Create an Economic Boom?When Oregon begins the first legal sales of recreational marijuana on Oct 1, I'll be thinking about my Dad He's a major reason I became a state lawmaker and have been helping implement Oregon's new marijuana lawDuring the 1980s recession,.Material inspired by desert plants gathers and transports liquid from atmosphereResearchers from Harvard University have invented a material (pictured) to collect and transport water droplets, based on the processes used by a desert beetle, a cactus and a pitcher plantCalifornia man fatally crushed a baby with his foot because he felt 'used'Daniel Ruiz (right), 25, of California was convicted on Thursday of murdering Scarlett (left), the one year old daughter of his girlfriend's neighbor, by crushing her with his foot two years ago

Potted plants, props, windup toys and diversity drapes Why politicians use people as props

Canadians have gotten so used to smiling supporters behind politicians, who is and isn't included and how they behave is becoming part of the story

Bouquet, Used Only OnceMetropolitan Diary Two friends watch and reinvent an attempt at peacemaking in Washington Square ParkHave farmers been accidentally creating GM crops for 3,000 YEARS? Grafting ancient plants caused them to share genesGrafting is a common technique used to fuse one plant to another Scientists at Rutgers University in New Jersey have discovered that grafted plants exchange genetic materialCaps 2 Impact 0 Whitecaps finally lift the Voyageurs CupThe Whitecaps finally won the Canadian championship on Wednesday And after all these years — the crushing disappointments and bizarre defeats — they didn't even make their fans sweat for itSmall gardening steps that make a big impact on pollinators in your communityPlants, pruning and strategic leaf distribution will not only extend the time birds and insects will be drawn to your garden, they support nearby pollinator friendly environments, tooMagic of magnolias Ravishing beauties provide instant impact if planted now Magnolias are surely the grandest of ornamental tre Their flowers are gorgeous and some plants have magnificent foliage There are more than 80 fossil species of these primitive flowering plants