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Eoin O'Carroll is a blogger for The Christian Science Monitor.
Border Wall Successfully Halting Immigration (of Wildlife)
Posted on: Aug 5, 2009, Source: Christian Science Monitor
Those who wish to secure America's borders from ocelots, pronghorn antelopes, gray wolves, and bighorn sheep scored a victory this month.
Are Climate-Change Deniers Guilty of Treason?
Posted on: Jul 10, 2009, Source: Christian Science Monitor
Economist Paul Krugman thinks so and he's not the only one with some strong words for the skeptics.
Should We Bulldoze the 'Burbs?
Posted on: Jun 29, 2009, Source: Christian Science Monitor
A debate has ensued about whether to raze neighborhoods that have fallen into economic decay.
Coming Soon: Google Your Electricity Use
Posted on: Feb 12, 2009, Source: Christian Science Monitor
New software would allow you to monitor your home's electricity use in near real-time over the Web.
Obama Makes His Green Team Official
Posted on: Dec 16, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor
Obama officially announced his picks for four leading positions in his green team, but more appointments are yet to come.
Obama Promises "New Chapter" in Climate Leadership
Posted on: Nov 21, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor
Obama made big promises to the international community, despite turning down an invite to attend the next meeting in Poland.
Are Solar's Problems Solved?
Posted on: Aug 4, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor
MIT researches have come up with a discovery that may help to get over one of solar power's biggest drawbacks: storing energy.
Black Ohio Neighborhood Denied Water for Decades
Posted on: Jul 14, 2008, Source: Christian Science Monitor
A federal jury found that local authorities were denying a black community public water service because of their race.
Meet the BALM Squad
Posted on: Aug 10, 2004, Source: AlterNet
Volunteer medical aid groups have sprung up across the country providing care to protesters in volatile situations.
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