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Climate Moms 0° (no replies)

Over the last five years I have been giving talks about climate change to students, scouts, and youth groups. Because these young people are immersed in science in school, understanding climate change is not difficult, and they leave my talks ready to make changes in their lives to reduce their ...

Started by JoBea H. in February 2013, about Children and Families, Climate Change, Energy Saving, Recycling

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A New and Innovative Way to Help the Environment 2° (2 replies)

I wanted to let you know about a new initiative to help the environment and put money in people’s pocket. The AdSight is an Internet-marketing platform created to eliminate direct mail (the junk-mail you get in your home mailbox) by moving it online and paying people to view it. The ...

Started by Penelope A. in August 2012, about Alternative, Cohousing, & Off-Grid Living, Deforestation, Pollution, Recycling, Water

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Vanishing glaciers 6° (1 reply)

Interested in the effect of climate change upon the world's glacier landscapes? How fast is the ice really Melting? Based on current research we have ascertained some of the following figures: In Uganda the glaciers of the Ruwenzori Mountains will be gone in 2025, In Tanzania the top of Kilimanjaro ...

Started by Klaus T. in April 2012, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Art & Culture, Climate Change, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Education, Environment & Wildlife, Water, Weather

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Tap Water vs. Bottled Water 0° (no replies)

As Giles Coren of the London Times so eloquently stated “Drinkers of bottled water are the new smokers.” Coren was a food critic in London and has been a strong supporter for tap water by reducing his restaurant ratings if he didn’t get offered tap water before bottled water. “Mineral ...

Started by Patt G. in January 2013, about Air Quality, Energy Saving, Green energy, Water

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What to do with old clothing? 22° (12 replies)

I have a bag full of old clothes that I no longer wear / fit me. They are all still in pretty good condition - wheres the best place to take them? I'm in Wellington NZ

Started by Kate I. in July 2008, about Consumerism, Recycling

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My favorite green cause is... 17° (17 replies)

Come on people now, smile on your brother (and sister)! What green causes float your boat!

Started by Nick Lewis in June 2008, about Consumerism, Environment & Wildlife, Water

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Tap Water vs. Bottled Water 1° (1 reply)

As Giles Coren of the London Times so eloquently stated “Drinkers of bottled water are the new smokers.” Coren was a food critic in London and has been a strong supporter for tap water by reducing his restaurant ratings if he didn’t get offered tap water before bottled water. “Mineral ...

Started by Patt G. in December 2012, about Water

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Crown Capital Eco Management: Biomass Boiler Addresses Alaskans' Environmental, Economic Concerns 1° (1 reply)

Southeast Alaska Discovery Center in Ketchikan, which provides information to more than a million visitors each year, is the site of a pilot biomass boiler system now coming to life. Two oil-fired boilers serving the 250,000-sq-ft center were replaced with a highly efficient system fueled by local wood. Manufactured by ...

Started by Cris L. in November 2012, about Climate Change

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Mini satellite from Japan will send Morse 0° (no replies)

Five small low-cost satellites are deployed today from the ISS to conduct scientific missions and test a possible type of optical communication scheme. CubeSats, palm-sized satellites measuring 4 inches, are solar-powered cubes that will orbit the Earth for the next 100 days. One of the satellites launched was a Japanese ...

Started by Marion Yusef in November 2012, about Emissions

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