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Home » Articles » Columnists »  Earth Talk Q & A
 
Wednesday, June 2,2021
Earth Talk Q & A

DEAR EARTH TALK:

What is Cheatgrass and when did it become such a big problem out west?

By Earth Talk
Cheatgrass is an annual grass native to Europe and eastern Asia that European settlers brought to North America in the late 1800s as forage for grazing their livestock.
Thursday, September 1,2016
Earth Talk Q & A

Dear Earth Talk:

By Earth Talk
As the human population swells and global warming compounds other environmental problems here on Earth, the notion of colonizing other planets is more appealing than ever.
Monday, December 8,2014
Earth Talk Q & A

This Month´s Topic: Sweden´s Environmental Leadership

By Earth Talk
It’s true that Sweden came out on top in the recently released ranking of 60 countries according to sustainability by consulting firm Dual Citizen Inc. in its fourth annual Global Green Economy Index (GGEI). Norway, Costa Rica, Germany and Denmark rounded out the top five.
Monday, August 6,2012
Earth Talk Q & A

Teaching kids to consume

By Earth Talk
No doubt, marketers are hard at work targeting our children with their messages and creating young demand for their products. Companies in the U.S. today spend some $17 billion yearly advertising to children, a 150fold increase from just a few decades ago.
Monday, October 3,2011
Earth Talk Q & A

Finding "Green Job"

opportunities

By Earth Talk
With the environment now high atop the public agenda, green jobs are more popular than ever.
 
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