Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Global Brief and NAPC

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Ocean Victories

Ocean Victories

The first interstate system of marine parks is now approved, stretching from North Carolina to the Florida Keys.

June 2008
Fauna under Siege

Fauna under Siege

America’s biggest pollinators are sounding an alarm bell that has the Department of Agriculture taking notice. Bats, the world’s greatest insect eaters, are the latest to hit the headlines.

June 2008
Park-like Place

Park-like Place

In Hasbro’s first-ever worldwide version of its famous Monopoly board game, the Water Works have been flushed and the Electric Company has been disconnected.

June 2008
Three Rs

Three Rs

Thanks to the United Nations Children’s Fund, 6 million Afghan children, including 2 million girls, are now enrolled in school in Afghanistan—the largest number in the country’s history.

May 2008
Underwater Paradise

Underwater Paradise

Scientists say rising sea levels along Florida’s coastline are a harbinger of major changes underway in the state’s geography.

May 2008
Frugal Fashion

Frugal Fashion

Clothing can consume a big chunk of the family budget. Here are some good options for making clothes last longer.

May 2008
Money Counts

Money Counts

The Big Green Purse’s “One in a Million” campaign is urging a million American women to shift $1,000 of the money they’d spend this year anyway into the camp of green products and services.

May 2008
Happy Habitat

Happy Habitat

Spring brings beautiful birds and butterflies to wildlife-friendly locations all along their American migration routes. Each year, residents may welcome these courageous visitors with a needed haven of essentials.

May 2008
Worthy Service

Worthy Service

Forces are joining to provide individuals with RecyclePaks for easy drop-off of worn-out compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) at 37,000 postal facilities.

May 2008
Seeing Red

Seeing Red

The World Conservation Union has added 188 animals and plants to its Red List, a tally of the flora and fauna most threatened with extinction.

May 2008
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