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View Resource Using Constructed Wetlands for Removing Contaminants from Livestock Wastewater

Environmentalists have referred to wetlands as nature's kidneys. Much interest has developed in recent years in using constructed wetlands to remove contaminants from water, whether it is effluent...

http://ohioline.osu.edu/a-fact/0005.html
View Resource Reclamation Manual

To ensure all cost estimates required to support the Bureau of Reclamation?s mission are effectively prepared, reviewed, and properly used. The benefits to Reclamation include improved quality and c...

http://www.usbr.gov/recman/fac/fac-p09.pdf
View Resource How Can Conservation Help? Using Land Conservation to Address Other Economic and Social Issues

The June 2007 Pocantico workshop on ?How Can Conservation Help?? was a deep dive into possible sources of new partners and approaches for private land conservation. Using the northeastern U.S. as a f...

http://www.forestry.yale.edu/publication-series/5621
View Resource Hypercars®, Hydrogen, and the Automotive Transition

Lightweighting is the key to making vehicles superefficient but safe. In this invited technical review paper in the International Journal of Vehicle Design, RMI's CEO Amory Lovins and Hypercar,...

http://www.rmi.org/rmi/Library/T04-01_HypercarsHydrogenAutom...
View Resource Comment on the American Physical Society Hydrogen Report

The American Physical Society's (APS) echo of basic errors in National Academy of Sciences and other recent reports about the alleged obstacles to a hydrogen economy elicited a correction in the July...

http://www.rmi.org/rmi/Library/T04-06_CommentAmericanSociety...
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