Bob Harrington

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Apr 16, 2012
Full-scale anaerobic digester. Photo: kqedquest/Flickr

Biogas and fertilizer in a new age

Bob Harrington
The use of biogas as a fuel in Sweden suggests that there is a replacement for fuel oil that is derived from wastes buried by ecological processes of decomposition and storage.
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Oct 3, 2011

Critical mass: World population hits 7 billion

Bob Harrington
With the UN expecting world demographics to reach 7 billion in October, unlimited population rise on a limited planet is untenable. Curbing our numbers is as urgent as curbing climate change.
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May 5, 2011

Our limited forests of infinite value

Bob Harrington
We have a problem. If we persist in our enthusiastic euphoria of development, which refers to unceasing exploitation of Earth, it is unlikely that we shall retain our tenure on the planet.
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Mar 24, 2011
The ' Anne Marie'  lies sunk on shore after being holed by debris in the Nechako Reservoir at Ootsa Lake, B.C. Fortunately, occupants were not injured.

Dams are a danger in British Columbia

Bob Harrington
For years, B.C. residents have criticized BC Hydro's single vision as it ignores less damaging power generation methods that would not destroy river valleys and kill thousands of animals.
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