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Friday, October 19, 2012

19 October - RSS SnapShot! Pt I

Turkish Armed Forces makes donation to Afghan ...
Turkish Armed Forces makes donation to Afghan National Army (Photo credit: isafmedia)
CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 17: U.S. Presid...
CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 17: U.S. President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speak to students of Campbell High School on the second day of his 2-day visit to Australia, on November 17, 2011 in Canberra, Australia. The President will this afternoon fly to Darwin to lay a wreath at the USS Peary Memorial, and visit the RAAF base, where US Army Air Force units were established during World War II. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
English: President Barack Obama and Australian...
English: President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard visit students in a history class at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia, March 7, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Ambassador Bleich with Prime Minister...
English: Ambassador Bleich with Prime Minister Julia Gillard in her office. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Personal & Noted*

 * These are often sites without working RSS or too much content to be fairly represented by the SnapShot! technique. So as default note they are still worth investigating here they are.

Scoop - NZ

Independent - London

Rogue Government.com

Innovation Canada

Signs of the times

The Galloping Beaver

Media Matters for America

Global Research.ca

TPM Cafe

Institute for Middle East Understanding

Water - AlterNet

Public Citizen in Texas

Unexplained Mysteries

Grassroots

Climate

GreenBiz

Duly Noted

Booman Tribune

Environmental Graffiti

Foreign Policy in Focus

Global Elite

Al Jazeera

Green Inc. - NYT

Dot Earth News

Doug Feith : Hong Pong

Daily Censored

AlterNet's Breaking News

Institute for Policy Studies

IntelNews

War is a Crime.org

Grist - News

Popular Bookmarks on Del.icio.us

Technorati - What's Hot in Blogs

Time - Top Stories

Digg Green

Invisible Opportunity

Global Insights

AlterNet - DrugReporter

Twilight Earth

Inhabitat

Pogue's Posts

WIRED Magazine | Science

PakAlert

Andy Worthington

Environment _ National Geographic

drinking liberally in new milford ( with beersphere feeds )

SPL Center

change: org.

Common Dreams -News

Lifehacker

Water Privatization

Guardian

McClatchey

Afghanistan Sun

Futurismic

Whistleblowers Protection Blog

Science Express

TechDirt

VacTruth

BroadSnark

Executive Intelligence Review - LaRouche

War in Context

Watts Up With That?

treehugger

Biosingularity

CFACT

Ria Novosti Online News

Ria Novosti - Science & Technology

Pruning Shears

Organic Consumers.org

Center for a Livable Future

Investigate - Breaking News

My Care2 Picks

Angry Indian News

Farm Wars

True/Slant Headline Grabs

Citizens for Legitimate Government

Daily Loaf

Vaccine Resistance Movement

B.C. Preppers Network

Michael Yon

The Killing Train

treehugger

Democratic Voice of Burma

Telegraph - Climate Change

National Geographic | Environment

Jurist - Legal Research

Atlantic | Mark Ambinder

COAT - Coalition to oppose the Arms Trade

Bulletin of American Scientists - News

Tikun Olam

If Americans Knew

David J. Gregory

Unsuitable Blog

Subalternate Reality

Idea Lab | Technology

Cutting Edge News

High Country News

CounterCurrents

Contagious Love Experiment

Yid With Lid

The Real Agenda

Wind Watch

Tippers News

The Freeman

Teaching Online Journalism

Facing South

Worldpress - Africa

Telegraph UK - oil

Ian Welsh

Media Consortium

Reality Asserts Itself

Great Beyond ( Nature )

new geography

GM Watch

spiked

Cryptogon

The Economic Collapse

Desertification

The Paper Trail

backofthebook.ca

libcom

Free Range International

The Story Behind the Story

du la bab - Now is the Time

Mansbridge One on One - CBC

Scotts Contracting

The View From Abroad

Foreign Policy in Focus - Military (US)

Law.com

Iranian.com

Most Revolutionary Act

Michael Moore - Must Read

Salon

SMB News

Toronto Star - Editorials

Energy Collective

EU Times

Stonecipher News

Liquida : Worldwide News & Opinion

Groklaw

WideShut

Politics in the Zeros

TVNZ - Top Stories

Just World News

frogblog

Patronus Analytical

J Kozy

Dr. Mercola Natural Health

JAMA

Survival - tribal peoples

Montreal Gazette

Food World Order

CrusadeWatch

Whole Truth Coalition

The Economic Collapse

CASSE

The Talking Clock

Facing South

CenterLine

Short Sharp Science

Tech Drive In

Case About Bird Flu

Invisible Opportunity

Veterans Today

electric politics

PR News

A special project of Foreign Policy and the New America Foundation

Field Notes - Alberta Environment


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Bloomberg
The share of electricity from renewable sources will this year probably reach 11 percent, compared with a 10.4 percent requirement set in 2008, mainly thanks to biomass use in power generation, he said. The price of green certificates averaged 248.61 ...
Huffington Post
Fast-forward to present-day Michigan and Proposal 3, the ballot initiative that would require Michigan utilities to utilize 25 percent renewable energy sources by 2025, or "25 X 25." The idea didn't come out of nowhere -- it's building on success. Four ...
Sacramento Bee
HUENEME, Calif., Oct. 19, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Today Biodico announced signing a new agreement with the U.S. Navy for the development and evaluation of advanced biofuels and bioenergy. The goal is to jointly develop renewable fuel and energy ...
DailyFinance
Unlike most other process technologies, the renewable fuels produced by this process are fungible replacements for petroleum-based jet and diesel fuel. The Biofuels ISOCONVERSION process includes patented Catalytic Hydrothermolysis (CH) reactor ...
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Human Habitat

Oakland Press
A state historic marker commemorates the Paint Creek Mill Race on Orion Road near Gallagher in Goodison. But since late last year, there has been little water in the channel that for the last 177 years diverted water from the creek and originally ...
Press-Enterprise
Dr. Michael Allen will give a guest lecture on conservation ecology at the San Bernardino County Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. The free lecture is open to the public. “The focus of conservation biology is rapidly moving beyond saving ...
LiveScience.com
This Behind the Scenes article was provided to LiveScience in partnership with the National Science Foundation. If you care about the ecology of U.S. beaches and coastal waters, consider volunteering with the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team.
Vancouver Sun
Dozens of scientists took a bus to the middle of the snow-covered Athabasca Glacier in the Columbia Icefield, stepping into a site that's known as Canada's hydrological apex. Along the edges, there are signs the glacier was once wider. At the bottom ...
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Water Power

Huffington Post (blog)
When 40 years ago yesterday Congress passed the Clean Water Act, no one had to ask why we needed it. Memories were still fresh of seeing Ohio's Cuyahoga River actually catch fire, and many of our national waterways were filthy. In the four decades that ...
Businessweek
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Drought conditions are straining water supplies in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, leading Minnesota officials on Thursday to urge residents to cut back on their water use. Some companies have even been ordered to switch from streams to ...
CBS News
The Wisconsin congressman's water-guzzling caught the attention of Saturday Night Live, which opened its show last Saturday with a sketch portraying the debate. Ryan, played by comedian Taran Killam, was shown drinking progressively larger glasses of ...
Chicago Tribune
Gov. Pat Quinn launched a $1 billion initiative Thursday to upgrade sewer lines, water mains and water treatment plants across Illinois, some of them badly eroded after more than 100 years of service. Timing the announcement to coincide with the 40th ...
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