Saturday, May 31, 2008

Saturday Morning (Journalism) Quarterback

The top five stories worth reading from this past week in worth-reading stories:

We'll start off this week with a question: are bike paths infrastructure?

Alternet reports this week that climate destruction is causing a global refugee crisis, polluters dump hundreds of millions of tons of toxins into our water each year and we're facing an apocalypse in the oceans. Also along those lines, carbon emissions are effecting U.S. vegetation and Good Magazine says house plants will keep you alive.

In economics, the Iraq occupation may have raised global energy prices six trillion dollars. American Progress reports on Bush the weakened dollar and Truthout says the oil power equation has changed.

Discovery reports on a bacteria based living computer!

Lastly this week, The Nation says big media needs to be unplugged.

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