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For an industry that trades in the very, very small, projections about the potential scope of nanotechnology are gigantic.
Nanotechnology, fast becoming a three-trillion-dollar industry, is about to revolutionize our world. Unfortunately, hardly anyone is stopping to ask whether it's safe.

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Every day approximately 50 new fortune seekers travel north on Canada's Highway 63 to join what may be the world's last great oil rush.
A teenager - and her mom - explore what it really means to be good stewards of the earth
In his new documentary, The 11th Hour, Leonardo DiCaprio invites a group of experts to discuss the precarious state of the earth.
Anne Savage's fascination with the rare cottontop tamarin eventually brought her to the dry tropical forests of northwest Colombia to study its only natural habitat - and to help protect it from extinction.
A Nasty Gas Attack Prince of Wax Where the Gas is Always Greener Who You Gonna Call? Wilderness Be Dammed
The world's billion and a half poorest people are mostly rural and live on mostly arid lands.
In the midst of the July heat, I found myself enjoying a quintessential summer experience: strolling along a Cape Cod beach looking for seashells.
FIELDWORK: Gadgets Go Green NRDC in the News
The sight of a yellow-billed loon, landing gracefully on the cool waters off Alaska's northern coast, is that of a bird calmly unaware of the threats to its survival.
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