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Residing Room Designing A few ideas 1° (1 reply)

A fruitful design of a space mainly depends upon their size and shape and primarily the point which is why it is going to be used. Living room decoration can be sometimes a simple job or an elaborate one depending on the individuals who are going to use it. Easy ...

Started by Tshayla H. today, about Industry & Business

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Future of Fashion - 'DPOL' Green, Ecofriendly and Sustainable 3° (3 replies)

Over the last years there has been a relative rush of books on eco and ethical fashion published across the globe. We think this is an excellent indicator of the public’s awareness of how, what, where and whom produced the clothes in our closets. Sustainable fashion is fashion that is ...

Started by Siddhartha U. in December 2008, about Clean Technologies, Design, Energy Saving, Green energy, Industry & Business, Organic, Recycling

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Ancient Climate and Evolution Research 1° (1 reply)

Will life adapt to new climate changes and how has it dealt with different climates in the past? I am studying the environment 500 million years ago during the Cambrian period, when we see an Explosion of life in the fossil record - the "Cambrian Explosion". Follow the link to ...

Started by Anna W. this month, about Climate Change, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Environment & Wildlife, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans

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Arctic meltdown is scaring, climate change in progres! 1° (1 reply)

Recently, I travelled to Eastern Europe and I was really surprised to witness two different seasons in the same day. In the morning, it was raining cats and dogs and after a while sometime in the noon, it was burning outside. This suddenly reminded me the documentary I watched on ...

Started by Jason M. in August, about Climate Change

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Do changing lightbulbs really help the environment? 29° (14 replies)

I've heard that high-efficiency bulbs actually contain rather nasty stuff like mercury. Is that true? And if so, which is better, using less electricity or keeping such nasties out of our landfills?

Started by Nick Lewis in June 2008, about Clean Technologies, Energy Saving, Health, Recycling

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Advanced biofuels becoming reality 10° (10 replies)

Advanced biofuels becoming reality with Novozymes’ new enzyme technology, Cellic CTec3, decreases costs and increases yields in production of advanced biofuels from agricultural residues and waste. The enzyme enables cost-efficient conversion of biomass to ethanol and performs 1.5 times better than Novozymes’ previous market-leading product, Cellic CTec2. Using Cellic CTec3, ...

Started by Meng Lian in February 2012, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy

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Solar Powered Appliances At Home 1° (1 reply)

I just wanted to see what sort of solar powered appliances people have at home. There seems to be more each year and I was just wondering if there were any items I was missing out on. I'm looking into buying some solar powered Christmas lights this winter - http://www.ukchristmasworld.com/Shop/Outdoor-Christmas-Lights/Solar-Christmas-Lights.html, ...

Started by Blaine C. in September 2012, about Children and Families, Consumerism, Lifestyle & Behavior

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moving boxes new york 1° (1 reply)

It’s time to get ready for the big day! Let us help relieve some of the stress by quickly delivering all the boxes and<a href="http://www.boxesaz.com/moving-supplies">moving supplies</a> you will need direct to your home or office at cheap prices including free shipping. No matter what you're trying to pack, we have ...

Started by Mildred S. in September 2012, about Industry & Business

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Needs For Energy Industry in Canada 1° (1 reply)

An article on how Canada faces challenges in innovation of its energy industry: http://share.fpconversations.com/army.html Do you agree with a long term solution?

Started by Jerry S. in September 2012, about Economics

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Health and Safety Jobs 1° (1 reply)

Candidates for health and safety positions are finding that it is becoming increasingly competitive in order to land themselves with the top roles. We’ve seen a new trend of employers being highly selective over recruitment and the individuals that have qualifications and experience that go beyond what is typically required ...

Started by Ben W. in September 2012, about Health

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