Sunday, 20 April 2014

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  • COMMUNITY VOICES | Citizens chained and united - Let's pass HF 276 the "We ...

    04:30 | 20/4/14
    Twin Cities Daily Planet
    It should be no surprise that it was a climate-denying coal Baron who brought forth the case against aggregate campaign donor limits. more»
  • Is it Time to Reconsider Farmed Salmon?

    04:18 | 20/4/14
    TakePart
    Celebrity chef Rick Moonen was been a champion of sustainable seafood long before it was the cool thing to do. When swordfish ... Its technology and transparency earned it a coveted “good alternative” from the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch ... more»
  • Mountain Town News

    04:18 | 20/4/14
    The Sheet
    TAOS, N.M. - While nobody really questions the value of the mountain terrain, Taos Valley Ski Area is setting out on a 10-year project to reinvent its base area, to become more competitive with other resorts in the Rocky Mountains. more»
  • Swee'pea Daniels: "Too Beautiful To Be True"

    04:07 | 20/4/14
    Deadspin
    Benjamin May, a filmmaker out of Minneapolis is directing a documentary on the legend of Lloyd "Swea'pea" Daniels. The trailer is above and, if you like, you can donate to the Kickstarter here. more»
  • 'Catfights! Swords! Whips! Last-Minute Rescues! SEXYTIEMS' – Bleeding Cool ...

    03:56 | 20/4/14
    Bleeding Cool News
    Whether Grindhouse or Kat & Mouse (or Kat & Grindhouse)? AdC: It's just a big, badass, over the top action book. more»
  • Focus: 4 years after Deepwater Horizon, science offers few answers on long ...

    03:55 | 20/4/14
    Wicked Local Berkley
    Since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion dumped millions of gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico four years ago - starting on April 20, 2010 until the leak was finally plugged that July - teams of scientists have been working diligently ... more»
  • Sahara Forest Project Grows Food, And Biofuel

    03:45 | 20/4/14
    CleanTechnica
    Like the name implies, the Sahara Forest Project aims to grow market-competitive crops in desert regions, through an innovative integration of existing water and energy technologies with conservation strategies. When the project first crossed ... more»
  • Where we're at with Sarawak's SMEs

    03:44 | 20/4/14
    The Borneo Post
    In addition to that, CGC also offers the Bumiputera Entreprenuers Project Fund or Tabung Projek Usahawan Bumiputera (TPUB-i) a contract financing scheme to cater to the SMEs that have been awarded contracts by Government-linked companies and agencies ... more»
  • Can South Africa lead Africa?

    03:33 | 20/4/14
    Aljazeera.com
    South Africa is the most industrialised country on the continent but its development impact has been limited - even within its own borders. more»
  • A marketer's guide to more effective personalization

    03:33 | 20/4/14
    VentureBeat
    What do rogue animals crossing a chaotic highway and rapid-fire mouse clicks have in common? More than you may think. When I was visiting India a couple of years ... Data released late last year by NPD DisplaySearch, a global market supply chain ... more»
  • Solar Sector Recovery Hits a Speed Bump

    03:11 | 20/4/14
    24/7 Wall St.
    The biggest gainers are the Chinese makers. Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ) was up nearly 1,000% in early March from a year earlier and Trina Solar Ltd. (NYSE: TSL) was up nearly 340% at the same time. Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. (NYSE: ... more»
  • Show 'n Shine

    03:10 | 20/4/14
    U-T San Diego
    The building is a state historic landmark, the former general offices of the California Southern Railroad. Info: (619) ... April 23: SunSet San Diego, 7 p.m. more»