Greenlines: Public Schools May Get Better Lunches + Goethermal Power – But Not Both
Miles Grant reports that the Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment board has endorsed a plan for installing geothermal power at the new Wakefield High School.
Here’s a good reason to move into the city: The Washington Post reports that the controversial new Inter-county connector will be the region’s most expensive highway, costing more than six bucks each way.
Barry Farm (Re)Mixed recommends the documentary FOOD, Inc. I agree with the Urban Architect; the movie is worth a view. Here’s a review I posted to the Washington City Paper site after the premier at the E Street Cinema last spring.
From here, it’s hard to tell just how badly things are going at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen. Get a load of these two conflicting headlines, one from the New York Times, the other from The Guardian:
On that note, I wish you well this pre-holiday Friday. Bundle up, there’s a storm coming!
Posted on December 18, 2009, in Climate Change, DC green, Environment and tagged Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment, Copenhagen, DC, DC Council, Food, geothermal, Healthy Schools bill, Inc., School Lunches, streetcars, UN, UN Climate Talks, Wakefield High School. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.