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  • Science & the Public

    AAAS: Climate-friendly fish

    If eating meat in place of other proteins hogs natural resources and spews an overabundance of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere (see last blog), wouldn’t fish be a climate-friendlier menu selection? Usually, but not always. Or so panelists pointed out this morning at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting, here in Chicago. Focusing on salmon, they showed...

    02/15/2009 - 19:25 Humans & Society, Nutrition, Agriculture, Earth & Environment, Climate
  • Science & the Public

    AAAS: Climate-friendly dining … meats

    THE FIRST OF TWO PARTS. Followup story is at: AAAS: Climate-friendly fishFor the good of the planet, we’re all being asked to reduce our carbon footprints — the quantities of greenhouse gases, aka GHGs, associated with our actions. Since some 30 percent of the global warming potential attributable to society’s GHG emissions stems from the production of foods and beverages, menu choices are...

    02/15/2009 - 15:17 Earth & Environment, Nutrition, Humans & Society, Agriculture, Matter & Energy, Climate
  • Feature

    Science News at AAAS 2009

    The American Association for the Advancement of Science is holding its annual meeting February 12 through 16 in Chicago. Leading researchers from all fields will discuss recent work and insights. Check here for the latest news from the SN writers attending the meeting.

    First rough draft of Neandertal genome released Neandertal genome may reveal secrets of human evolution


    02/13/2009 - 17:22
  • Feature

    Science News of the Year 2004

    A Spectrum of Choices

    In the Web page below, the writers of Science News have selected what they consider the most compelling stories of 2004. However, visitors to our Web pages at Science News Online have their own favorites. As we track the number of visitors to each Web...

    12/15/2004 - 16:09 Humans & Society