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A letter from the editor . . .
A Green House Effect: Nebraska Embraces Eco-Friendly Construction
A Crumbly Deal – Tires are piling up in landfills, so researchers are presenting new ways to recycle the rubber
A River Runs Through It – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers projects on the Missouri River
How Is Ethanol Made? – It takes more than a plant to whip up what fuels our cars and also fills our bellies
How Do Cell Phones Work? – Cell phone networks work with towers, phone companies so you can chat as you go
What Is Environmental Engineering? – Engineers protect humans through study of health, pollution, environment
Marvelous Motors – A University of Nebraska–Lincoln electrical engineering professor and his colleagues have found a way to decrease American dependence on foreign oil, protect the environment, and save money for both families and industries . . . by increasing the efficiency of the millions of products that contain electric motors
A Humbler Habitat: Tiger beetle finds unsafe home in Nebraska's marshes
Keeping Nebraska's 'Pheasants Forever'
Movie review: Go Further Goes Organic – Woody Harrelson's documentary of his "tour de organica"
Movie review: Climate Catastrophe in Film and the Environment – The Day after Tomorrow
Farm Subsidies Need to Be Reformed – "American farm subsidy policy must be seriously overhauled so that it operates as a safety net for family farms and not as a harmful and expensive payment to large companies"
Virtual Classroom Earns Students Master's Degrees