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New Green Business Networking Website 1° (1 reply)

I just launched a new website for New York City Business SMART, a diverse group of entrepreneurs whose goal is to help one another build vibrant, sustainable businesses while caring for the environment and fostering community. In pursuit of our economic efforts, we promote a long-term vision of growth that ...

Started by Bruce K. in April 2011, about Smart Growth

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DIY Your Own Free Power Generator. 2° (2 replies)

"Do it yourself". In a world full of "pre-made". I am inclined to think we can miss out on the truly satisfying experience of creating something dynamic for ourselves, made by our own hands. Not so long ago this was a common occurrence. When people took a far more "hands ...

Started by Michael S. in December 2010, about Green energy

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More clean Electric with Wind Power Electricity 6° (6 replies)

You'll find numerous sources of energy. Almost all of all of our power right now derives from power facilities ın which electric power turbines are fueled by items like coal and petroleum. <a href=”http://solarpowerlightssource.com/”>Solar Energy</a> Alternate options similar to solar in addition to wind turbine capability are offered in the ...

Started by Scott M. in October 2010, about Green energy

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Pool Chlorine and How it Harms You and the Environment. 1° (1 reply)

Chlorine is a very harmful substance; It can give you itchy eyes, dry skin, dry/green hair, and it can trigger asthma attacks which are more dangerous in a pool. Along with the physical effects of chlorine there are also environmental effects, when the sun is shining, chlorine evaporates into the ...

Started by David D. in December 2010, about Emissions

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are scraped silicon solar cells ecologically safe 1° (1 reply)

many salvaged electronic parts are not environmentally safe

Started by Vasant K. in December 2010, about Pollution

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Could tailings be made into grit for roads? 1° (1 reply)

Whilst much of the composition of tailings (waste rock and minerals from mining etc)is environmentally hazardous, is there a way for the bulk barren rock to be converted into a safe and economical source of grit for roads? As we saw in the recent cold spell here in Ireland grit ...

Started by Clare S. in December 2010, about Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Recycling, Transport

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Ford's Focus on the Environment 12° (7 replies)

Hello everyone, My name is Lynn, and I am a community manager reaching out to your on behalf of Ford Motor Company. I hope that it's okay that, that I wanted to add this thread to the forum to let everyone know that Ford is running a video submission contest ...

Started by Lynn K. in December 2010, about Agriculture & Food, Air Quality, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Coal & Oil, Energy Saving, Green energy, Nuclear, Solar

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SAVE 100 Million gallons of water in 2011 just by voting!! 2° (2 replies)

Help us save 100 million gallons of water in 200 schools across 8 drought States (Texas, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California and Hawaii). Just go to www.refresheverything.com/lifeneedswater and click on "Vote for this Idea". No need to register because you can choose to login via your Facebook account. ...

Started by Lee S. in November 2010, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Children and Families, Education, Energy Saving, Green energy, Lifestyle & Behavior, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans, Water

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Free Electricity from Magnetic Forces 5° (5 replies)

It’s astonishing when we begin to think about the powerful natural forces at work around us every day. I refer to nature, humanity, and on a larger scale our planet Earth. Take for example the gravitational, magnetic pull of the Moon. Enough power to bring tides in & out twice ...

Started by Michael S. in February 2011, about Green energy

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49 out of 50 states, including Hawaii, have snow 3° (3 replies)

Huge snowstorms are pounding many parts of the country today. The record of snow in Hawaii and a winter storm warning for the state show the effects of La Nina. There is an average of 6 inches of snow on the ground. Over 71 percent of the ground within the ...

Started by Bryce A. in February 2011, about Weather

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