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Attacks on Khalidi Are Sowing a Whirlwind

One more thing on Rashid Khalidi. Eric Alterman and Adam Serwer make good points about the McCarthyism at work when a noted Palestinian scholar is smeared as
Jul 31, 2020

Attacks on Khalidi Are Sowing a Whirlwind

Attacks on Khalidi Are Sowing a Whirlwind

One more thing on Rashid Khalidi. Eric Alterman and Adam Serwer make good points about the McCarthyism at work when a noted Palestinian scholar is smeared as
One more thing on Rashid Khalidi. Eric Alterman and Adam Serwer make good points about the McCarthyism at work when a noted Palestinian scholar is smeared as
Jul 31, 2020

Supreme Court Won’t Get Involved in Border Fence Construction

Supreme Court Won’t Get Involved in Border Fence Construction

The Supreme Court today announced it won’t get involved in a lawsuit brought by El Paso and other Texas counties against Homeland Security Secretary Janet
The Supreme Court today announced it won’t get involved in a lawsuit brought by El Paso and other Texas counties against Homeland Security Secretary Janet
Jul 31, 2020

Hope Mine regrowth project shows power of biochar

Hope Mine regrowth project shows power of biochar

A new generation of pioneers have struck proverbial gold at an abandoned silver mine near Aspen. What was once a wasteland of arsenic, cadmium, lead and zinc on a steep mountainside that abuts Castle Creek is now a haven for natural grasses and wildflowers that have stabilized the slope and drastically reduced the risk of the heavy metals crashing into the city’s main water supply. The striking change of scenery around Hope Mine is the result of the first whole-scale reclamation project ever attempted in the United States, and possibly the world, using biochar — a type of charcoal produced through the thermal treatment of organic material in an oxygen-limited environment.
A new generation of pioneers have struck proverbial gold at an abandoned silver mine near Aspen. What was once a wasteland of arsenic, cadmium, lead and zinc on a steep mountainside that abuts Castle Creek is now a haven for natural grasses and wildflowers that have stabilized the slope and drastically reduced the risk of the heavy metals crashing into the city’s main water supply. The striking change of scenery around Hope Mine is the result of the first whole-scale reclamation project ever attempted in the United States, and possibly the world, using biochar — a type of charcoal produced through the thermal treatment of organic material in an oxygen-limited environment.
Jul 31, 2020
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