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Lots of great articles coming over the next few months

By Kenneth Barbalace
[Tuesday, April 17, 2007]
Over the past few weeks I have been working with some freelance writers to formulate my publishing schedule for EnvironmentalChemistry.com over the next few months. If things go as planned (like that ever happens) we are hoping to publish articles more frequently than we have in the past.

This week we will be publishing the third article in our four series on prairie dogs. This article is in its final stages now and should be copy edited in the next day or so. Unless it is superseded by another article we have in the works, next week I expect to publish an article I have been writing on my experience with switching out incandescent lights with compact florescent lights. This article will also include a JavaScript calculator that will help readers predict how much money they might save by making the switch to CFLs.

In May we will be publishing the fourth and final part of our series on prairie dogs and are hoping for a food safety article comparing and contrasting the United States with the European Union. This article will be written by one of our really talented writers who is uniquely qualified to write on this subject as they have worked intimately with these issues both here in the United States and in Europe.

Also this summer I am hoping to publish two series of articles on two issues of concern to all of us. The first series will be on environmentally sustainable technologies. The second series will be on radon in the home, which is a much bigger concern than most of us realize. Both series of articles will not only try to formulate their respective issue in clearly understandable ways, but will provide solutions that the individual consumer can reasonably implement.

With so much coming in the near future this is a good time for you to subscribe to our RSS feed for EnvironmentalChemistry.com or our RSS feed for our "Editors' Blog", to make sure you don't miss any of the great articles that we will be publishing.


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