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Science and Environment

Angela Socrace , editor

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EARTHTALK:
Old phonebooks 100% recyclable

Dear EarthTalk: My local recycler won’t take my old phonebooks. What should I do with them?

— Jake, Westport, Ct. [More]


Recycling phonebooks for a year would save 650,000 tons of paper and free about two million cubic yards of landfill space.

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Aloha from OI:
Working with Industry

After decades of groundbreaking research, the Oceanic Institute (OI) is now working with the private sector to apply this research and is helping to make Hawaii a world leader in offshore aquaculture and sustainable shrimp framing. OI researchers are working with two offshore fish farms in Hawaii to refine and commercialize fish rearing technologies and in providing fingerlings and eggs. In addition, OI is providing high health shrimp broodstock to shrimp farmers throughout the U.S., the Pacific and Asia. These activities and many others at OI present unique internship and learning opportunities for HPU students interested in aquaculture and marine sciences. [More]


Bruce Anderson

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Think sustainability: Win a Mazda 3

The Student Conservation Association and Mazda North American Operations, have partnered to drive youth conservation efforts through a multimedia contest with a Grand Prize of a MAZDA3 and $10,000. [More]


The 2007 Mazda 3 is the most fuel efficient in its category.

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