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Georgia climbs to #1 seller of electric cars
Legend has it that Georgia made an agreement with Mother Nature in ancient times. If the state obliges to decrease air pollutants caused by car emissions, Mother Nature would make the state a convergent of skyscrapers and abundant greenspace (hiking...
Marijuana: Not so green after all
The push to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes has created an unexpected and unprecedented environmental issue. If legislators are not proactive, we could end up with severe ecological damage in areas where marijuana is currently harvested in the...
Bossman Show (08-30-14 AM 1100 Atlanta Replay)
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) and John Beckler (@JDBeckler) were joined by Atlanta Falcons Beat Writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, D. Orlando Ledbetter (@DOrlandoAJC) and Jovan Haye (@jovan_haye), author of Bigger Than Me.Stay connected with all things Bossman Show...
The experimental biochar terrace garden
Why, over a thousand years ago, did the inhabitants of North Georgia build massive complexes of agricultural terraces, when at the same time they were farming rich river bottom lands nearby? The answers are being found at an experimental...
Savannah's Alligator Soul: A foodie's paradise
Savannah, Georgia is rich in culture and beauty, from its deep and intriguing history to its charming city squares located under towering oaks and swaying Spanish moss. A stroll around the city will yield such evidence, creating a sense of...
An easy Atlanta travel guide for visitors
For many, Atlanta is a connection point on a flight, rather than a destination, but the capital of Georgia — and the southeast, for that matter — is so much more. While a large and sprawling area, it is possible...
Georgia and Israel join forces to defeat shared threats
In a release sent to the news media on Sunday by the Deal for Governor Communications office, the state of Georgia, which buys millions in Israeli bonds annually, is currently engaged in cooperation with Israel on the front lines from...
Was there once a Pan-North Atlantic Culture?
There are many questions that North American archaeologists are not trying to answer. One of the most puzzling is the discovery of bronze tools and weapons in the Altamaha-Oconee River Basin, located in the State of Georgia. The...
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