Daily Archives: March 20, 2013

THE DIRT Last year in Philadelphia, Amtrak started tearing things up as part of new work on the west plaza of their 30th street station, replacing the underground parking garage roof. The only problem was it was right next to … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Joyante's Blog:
Middle East’s Great Solar Potential The world’s largest solar thermal power plant went online Monday 18/03/2013—in Abu Dhabi. The Middle Eastern petro-states are the new solar-energy hot-spots. (An excerpt from an article in Quatz, by Todd…

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Originally posted on Pollution Free Cities:
The administrative regions of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Climate Change Adaptation Plan(55 page pdf, Cross-EPA Work Group on Climate Change Adaptation Planning, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Jun. 29, 2012)…

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Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
The Journal of Historical Geography 2012 prize was awarded to a paper by David Fedman on how maps can show the bombing of Japan in World War II. Full details and some striking images here.…

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