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Monthly Archives: August 2012
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I’ve been writing a proposal about using green spaces for habitat conservation and linking the increased biodiversity to improvements in human health and one idea I’ve been promoting is: Not all green spaces are created equal. This is a video from … Continue reading
Very cozy tigers!.
I’m excited to announce that a venture I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of is now available at your friendly iPad App store. It is called Isopod: The Roly Poly Science Game and is all about entomological fun … Continue reading
Green roofs have been around for centuries. But as the planet heats up and open space dwindles, a renaissance in green-roof design is sprouting wild, new urban canopies: via Top This.