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Climate Moms 2° (2 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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EcoArk Pavilion: Made From Recycled Plastic 1° (1 reply)

This is the pavilion I've been referring to that's been built for the International Floral Exposition (held in Taiwan this year). The EcoArk is built by Miniwiz and is constructed by 100% recycled plastic bottles. Full article here: http://taiwanreview.nat.gov.tw/ct.asp?xItem=117673&ctNode=1342&mp=1 Your thoughts welcome! :)

Started by Yi Chen in November 2010, about Architecture, Design, Recycling

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What to do with old clothing? 16° (11 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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Do you think the Government should make recycling, reducing and reusing compulsory for their respective countries? 2° (2 replies)

Imposing fines on errant people who do not make an effort to recycle, reduce or re-use is an act that the Government can implement, but a rather strict one at that too. Any opinions on this?

Started by Green Grin F. in January 2011, about 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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Supermarkets should only use biodegradable plastic bags! 2° (2 replies)

Plastic bags are suffocating our environment. The importance of this matter knows no boundaries. If supermarket chains simply offered biodegradable plastic bags a huge positive environmental impact would result. Whats left of the environment, world wide, is at stake. Please Help me share this petition. I think its important and ...

Started by James N. in September 2012, about Recycling

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Climate Change education 3° (3 replies)

Please see the film that I'm working on - I'd really really like some feedback and opinions about the film so far - it's in Spanish and English at the moment. http://odyssey2050.blogspot.com/p/contact-odyssey-2050.html and youtube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjFG-v82Sew

Started by Benjamin W. in February 2012, about Emissions, Environment & Wildlife, Environmental Disasters, Global Dimming, Logging, Pollution, Recycling

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Eco friendly recycled products & news 3° (3 replies)

hey everyone, check out this website that reviews and promotes green and eco friendly products. It also has news about new technologies and other earth friendly events! http://gogogreentree.blogspot.com/

Started by Bob F. in April 2011, about Recycling

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Make that old computer feel like a new one 1° (1 reply)

Apart from fashion goods, nothing in our society gets obsoleted faster than computers. Most computers don't die, they just get too bogged down by modern bloaty software to be as responsive as we'd like and this causes them to end up being dumped in favour of something a bit faster. ...

Started by Charles M. in March 2009, about Computing, Consumerism, Recycling

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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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