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Megan Schutt: Our Renewable Energy
Energy / Energy, News, and Climate / How do we science? / Scientists in Action!

Megan Schutt: Our Renewable Energy

Does your blog seem a little sluggish?  Wishing you could ditch the coal-burning furnace keeping the internet connection blinking?  Worried that your blog’s carbon footprint is embarrassingly large considering it doesn’t even have feet?  My fellow blogger, you need some renewable energy, which means it’s probably time to call on Megan Schutt. Megan has been … Continue reading

White House Launches Microbiome Initiative, Includes the Ocean!
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White House Launches Microbiome Initiative, Includes the Ocean!

Today, the White House Office of Science and Technology in collaboration with other Federal agencies and private companies announced a new National Microbiome Initiative (NMI) aiming to accelerate studies on microbiome research including the ocean microbiome. Their aims are summarized in three points: Support interdisciplinary research Develop platform tecnologies Expanding the microbiome workforce This essentially … Continue reading

Dollarizing Nature: once bad, but now nature’s best chance?
Marine Preservation / Policy / The HumanitSEAS / Uncategorized

Dollarizing Nature: once bad, but now nature’s best chance?

John Muir once said, “nothing dollarable is safe”. He said this during the time that he voraciously debated with Gifford Pinchot on the how we as a society should view the natural world. While Pinchot focused on the sustainable use of natural resources for the next generation to use, Muir argued for a complete lack … Continue reading