Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow
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It's as easy to romanticize the past as it is to demonize it; instead, let's learn from it. More than living simply, more than living 'green', thrifty grandmas knew the importance of the 'economics' in Home Economics. The history of home ec, lessons in thrift, practical tips and ideas from the past focused on sustainability for families and out planet. Companion to http://www.thingsyourgrandmotherknew.com/
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These Tiny Bubbles May Save the Planet

These Tiny Bubbles May Save the Planet | Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow | Scoop.it
In episode 4 of The Spark, carbon-absorbing nanobubbles could be the key to cutting greenhouse-gas emissions

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We May Have Solved the Mystery of the Dying Bees

We May Have Solved the Mystery of the Dying Bees | Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow | Scoop.it
For over a decade, a disease called colony collapse disorder has been destroying bee populations worldwide . Because bees pollinate many of our staple crops, their deaths threaten our food supplies.

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The Race Is On to Find Organic Pesticides

The Race Is On to Find Organic Pesticides | Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow | Scoop.it
Seed and pesticide makers like BASF, DuPont, Bayer and Monsanto are investing heavily to develop new products incorporating organisms like bacteria and tiny fungi, which executives say can help corn, soybean and other plants fend off pests and grow faster.

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