The greatest environmental challenge of our time is without a doubt climate change. Over the coming years and decades climate change will have a stark influence on our lives. Not only through the physical changes in the climate, but also through changes in our energy consumption, travel patterns and many other aspects of our life. […]
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Whether CO2 is created from burning more fossil fuels or burning less fossil fuels, the absolute core problem of finding a solution for global warming from excess CO2 is that CO2 is currently indestructible. Nature (photosynthesis) does break CO2 down and uses CO2 to create glucose and other sugars, but when sugars are metabolized in […]
Different groups of scientists and engineers go through long processes in trying to explore, locate, and identify oil reservoirs that are yet untapped underneath the earth, either on solid ground, or at the bottom of the sea. They then try to establish the best method possible that would allow them to drill, extract, and recover […]
Happy New Year! We dug up a few photos from the opening night of Preternatural at the Museum of Nature, which took place early in December. The night was a great success, thanks to all who attended. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming events as Preternatural continues into 2012.
This week we’ve completely overtaken the Museum of Nature, working fastidiously to finish installing Preternatural. Anne Katrine Senstad arrived from New York via Norway yesterday and Mariele Neudecker arrives from London today, while the show’s local artists: Marie-Jeanne Musiol and Andrew Wright have been in the process of installing their photo-based works in the exhibition space […]