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The Formation of PBI and the proposed Venture VANCOUVER, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Carbon Friendly Solutions Inc.
Take extra care that burns do not mar Memorial Day weekend barbecues, a U.S. doctor warns. Dr.
By AMANDA GOLD, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE Here are some ways to reduce your carbon footprint when cooking or eating outside this summer or any other time: Grilling green * Although many prefer the flavor of charcoal grilling, a cleaner- burning electric or propane-gas grill can be better for the environment.
If you think you've got skills with the grill, it's time to put them on display. But before you head out back, check out the latest and greatest for outdoor entertaining. From sleek new designs to earth-friendly options, backyard barbecuing has reached a new level of sophistication.
By Lauren Donovan, The Bismarck Tribune, N.D. Jun. 27--A new coal mine could open next year near South Heart to supply lignite for a plant that would dry and harden it into high-energy briquettes.
By Christopher Hinz, Reading Eagle, Pa. Nov. 26--It's not the prettiest sight on the horizon -- a boxy yellow structure rising 90-plus feet from a black and pitted landscape in the Schuylkill County mountains.
- An aromatic woolly plant (Origanum dictamnus) native to Crete, formerly believed to have magical powers.