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February 11, 2011

This Week's Blogosphere Soup

A quick review of this past week's happenings in the blog world

Did you catch this interesting inquiry on Mr. Green's Q&A blog?

Hey Mr. Green, I'm seeing lots of media messages urging people not to wash their cars at home in order to stop toxic runoff. This makes sense, but why aren't there similar efforts to stop people from fertilizing and pouring pesticides on lawns? Are efforts to reduce home car washes more common because the lawn care industry is much larger than the car wash industry? --Adam in Zionsville, Indiana

Read his answer by clicking here.

Also in the blogosphere this week:

-- While Arctic ice melts to oblivion, West Antarctica is also in trouble, says RealClimate.

-- This astronaut's views on climate are out of this world.

-- Click here for "eerily beautiful snapshots of industrial processes and fossil fuel development that are, simultaneously, necessary to our current way of life, and kind of horrible to look at."

-- Eco-tips for Valentine's Day.

-- And last but not least, do you find yourself shaking in your chair because your garden isn't growing fast enough? Me too. Here are some tips for impatient gardeners.

-- Brian Foley


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