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Notice the term "low-information voters"...

"The truth is that oil drilling is currently at a fevered pitch in the U.S., and so are industry profits. But the GOP preys on low-information voters, claiming that President Obama is keeping gas prices high is a “fact” that most Fox News viewers or their Web visitors will not bother to double-check."
DeSmogBlog. By Farron Cousins. As the national average for gas prices pushes closer and closer towards $4 a gallon, Republicans have wasted no time in attempting to convince the public that President ...
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Last year, +NPR reported that a major insect pest, the corn rootworm, had "found a chink in the armor" of #GECrops. #GMOs #EPA Now, in a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released this week, 22 of the nation's top experts on corn pests lay out some of the implications of this discovery, and they are potentially profound.
This week, a group of scientists sent a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency urging farmers to stop planting genetically engineered corn with a certain gene because it will no longer pro...
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What if the Fukushima nuclear disaster had happened in the US? The +NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) has produced a great map that demonstrates the fallout based on actual weather patterns.
NRDC: See what could have happened if the Fukushima nuclear fallout crisis happened at a reactor in your area.
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A not-for-profit #economy? You bet. Organizations like Post Growth Institute are exploring new ideas that will allow people to create social prosperity without the need for economic growth. Are you ready?
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Welcome to +Life After the Collapse, this is but the beginning of the #transition.
A new report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research sheds light on the demographics of the millions of workers struggling with unemployment and under-employment.
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Spring is coming. Need some tips on cleaning up your cleaning supplies?
Get rid of tough dirt in every room of your house with these do-it-all kits -- without the harmful chemicals.
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This sounded crazy at first, but then... yeah, still kind of crazy. Let's localize the food supply, and then we won't have to worry about having to engineer eatable packaging.
Here’s a solution to our ever-growing plastic problem: package food and beverage items in edible packaging that’s actually good enough to eat. Dr. David Edwards, a professor at Harvard, is working on ...
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New Zoning for Urban Farms in Portland, OR

"The city’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is moving to amend this and is working on draft proposals that it says will regulate food production in the city and mitigate the impacts of food production within the city while nurturing small food ventures and urban farmers."
 
Brief story for this month's SE Examiner: new urban food production zoning for PDX. Comment period open until tomorrow. http://goo.gl/7oK1f
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The apprehensiveness of #OWS organizers to work with #MGR initially seemed like a classic case of cutting off your nose to spite your face. Natasha Lennard provides a great deal of clarity to the issue in this +Salon piece.
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What happened to #Anonymous? It's actually better than fiction, you can't make this stuff up. The head of the snake drops dime.
According to the FBI, you're looking at Sabu, the head of LulzSec, and the de facto King of Anonymous—easily the most notorious and influential hacker alive today.
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Read the Daily Culture Shift ▸ Today's top stories via @aftercollapse @wishstonefarm @meanduniverse.
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Getting by or going under at the end of the oil age.
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Getting by or going under at the end of the oil age. Sharing ways to employ better, more community oriented practices, economic strategies, and cultural norms.

Life After the Collapse is a news and information sharing project meant to inspire and spark discussion about better, more community oriented practices, economic strategies, and cultural norms.

We look to promote awareness of the scientific, economic and cultural issues that impact our lives as we move as a planet beyond cheap, easy energy and war-driven economies.