Chris Schults

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Dow Chemical, ChevronTexaco, and others remove controversial info from Wikipedia

Wikipedia Scanner reveals orgs that edit Wikipedia articles

Ah, Wikipedia. Many of us at Grist frequently use this resource, but we do so knowing that just about anyone can edit a Wikipedia article at anytime. So, can we really trust the information contained …

Jack Bauer is going to stop global warming

The TV show 24 will reduce its carbon footprint

Fans of 24 know that if there's one person that can stop climate change, it ain't Al Gore. It's Jack Bauer. If you are not familiar with Jack, here are some of his qualifications from …

Glowing orbs for everyone

Making electricity visible helps reduce consumption

Here's what might be an ingenious idea, as reported by Wired:

Live Earth: This just in ...

Antarctica gig lined up for Live Earth concerts

Antarctica gig lined up for Live Earth concerts: OK, so they're not rock stars. But scientists with the British Antarctic Survey will guarantee Al Gore's promise that the Live Earth concerts on July 7 will …

Tuvalu, we hardly knew you

The tiny island nation of Tuvalu is threatened by global warming.

Possibly one of the most tragic outcomes that may result from climate change is the extinction of an entire nation's culture and homeland. As the United Nations discussed the threat that global warming poses to …

The week after the announcement

FOX airs ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ after Murdoch’s green speech

Last night, about a week after Rupert Murdoch announced News Corp. is going green, FOX aired The Day After Tomorrow. I'm not sure this is the best start, but it is something, right?

Integrated urbanism in Dongtan

Building the world’s largest eco-city

The May 2007 issue of Wired Magazine has a piece about the development of the world's largest eco-city, Dongtan, underway on the outskirts of Shanghai (as we reported in May of last year). The article …

Google’s Earth Day logo

Celebrating Earth Day through consumption?

Amazon encourages its customers to buy green

Ah, Earth Day. What could be a better way to celebrate our planet than buying more stuff and then having it shipped halfway across the country? Regardless of what you may think of the online …