Green Lines: Shopping Green, Chemical Valley, Threatened Honeycreepers + Salmonella School Lunches
YUCK! USA TODAY reveals why USDA officials allowed meat they knew could be tainted with salmonella to make it into school lunch programs.
Miles Grant discusses how he shopped for a new desk and coffee table made from sustainable lumber.
WAMU 88.5 FM reports that the Army Corps of Engineers has released a list of chemical warfare materials recovered from Spring Valley in northwest DC and now want resident feedback on the cleanup process.
Hawaiian honeycreepers, New England lynxes and Rocky mountain grizzly bears were among the critters named to America’s top 10 list of threatened species already suffering from global warming, according to a new report by the environmental groups.
Posted on December 2, 2009, in DC green, sustainability and tagged Army Corps of Engineers, bears, buskers, Chemical Columbia Heights, FSC, Green Building, honeycreepers, lynx, meat recalls, Salmonella, School Lunches, SFI, Shopping Green, Spring Valley, street musicians, sustainable forests, sustainable lumber, USDA. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.