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West Central Wisconsin, United States
Updated in November 2008
In December of 2006 my husband and I purchased an old homestead built in the 1930's. As DIYers our goal is to up-date the old house and make it as energy efficient as possible using environmentally-friendly construction and renovation techniques. We are working on natural farming (permaculture) techniques to ...
A Ricoh New Zealand project in Auckland, New Zealand
Updated in July 2008
Ricoh Eco Action Day, June 5 2008 Ricoh’s Eco Action Day is an annual practice across all our operations around the world, coinciding with World Environment Day. This year it was the perfect opportunity to launch an idea Ricoh New Zealand is aiming to spread across its branches – a ...
Updated in November 2009
A derelict building in downtown Toronto is being converted into a hotel. This will be no ordinary hotel, however - the goal is to build a cutting-edge 'green' hotel, one that uses roughly 80% less carbon than business-as-usual. I am a software entrepreneur turned green venture capitalist. This project is my ...
Opotiki, New Zealand
Updated in April 2012
The eco benefits of forming fish growing reefs close to boat launching areas are many: Fishermen use significantly less petrol getting to where fish are. Simpler near shore fishing boats can be used. The fishing is action packed, fun and produces a great diversity of species. Smaller catches can be ...
Florida, United States
Updated in December 2011
Blog-A-Tree aims to plant a tree for each blog that pledges to take our initiative with a blog post about our campaign that showcases our revolutionary green product that is the first of its kind. Coming in August 2011 is a hair care product that contains not only wonderfully natural ...
Project about Action, Protest, & Activism, Air Quality, Carbon Sequestration, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Consumerism, Emissions, Green energy, Health, Lifestyle & Behavior, Organic, Recycling
Updated in July 2008
Canada could be a renewable energy superpower. What's holding us back? Renewable energy is more expensive to produce than fossil-based. Over time, with high cost to carbon, this will change. We cannot wait, however: and we have an answer. "Green Bonds" is a policy proposal designed to accelerate Canada ...
Irvine, California, United States
Updated in January 2009
Combat Global Warming by helping the less fortunate! We help preserve the environment by improving energy efficiency for low income homes. Why? Global Warming is happening now and we, humans, have the power to take actions in order to stop the devastating effects. The only way we can achieve this ...
Updated in September 2008
Build a small wind turbine to use at the cottage, cabin, farm or your home. Or install a small Photovoltaic system. You'll not only reduce your power bill (just a little) but you'll also learn lots about saving electricity in the process.
Chicago, IL, United States
Updated in August 2009
Translucent Advertising distributes 100% compostable t-shirt bags to all “brick and mortar” locations (i.e., retail, grocery stores, gas stations, etc) within select networks at no cost for daily usage by store customers, removing the need for store owners to purchase environmentally hazardous plastic bags instead. All of our 100 ...
Project about Action, Protest, & Activism, Agriculture & Food, Air Quality, Alternative, Cohousing, & Off-Grid Living, Architecture, Art & Culture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Carbon Trading, Celebrities, Children and Families, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Computing, Consumerism, Deforestation, Design, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Economics, Education, Electric vehicles, Emissions, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Environmental Disasters, Events, Finance & Money, Food, Genetic Modification, Global Dimming, Green energy, Health, Industry & Business, Lifestyle & Behavior, Logging, Media, Nuclear, Organic, Permaculture, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Pollution, Population, Poverty & Development, Recycling, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans, Smart Growth, Solar, Transition Towns, Transport, Travel, War, Water, Weather
Cronton - a small village in Cheshire., United Kingdom
Updated in March 2009
Energysaint headlines Renewable Energy and Clean Technology breakthroughs in an attempt to help cure us off our current Carbon hungry dependance. Currently formatted as a frequently updated blog but will soon appear across .com .net and .org domains.
Project about Air Quality, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Trading, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Emissions, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Green energy, Nuclear, Pollution, Recycling, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans, Solar, Water, Weather
Global , Israel
Updated in September 2008
ThetaNoon is an online,global solar energy systems monitoring website. System owners send us their systems' details (location,max output, system description and pictures etc.). ThetaNoon automatically starts calculating the systems' output, using real-time weather data, combined with mathematical algorithms. There is no need to buy or install anything. ThetaNoon ...
Global, New Zealand
Updated in March 2010
How You Can Make a Positive Difference by Choosing WHAT You Eat Causing global change one meal at a time... What we eat "locally" makes a difference globally. Our mouth is about as local as it gets, so its the perfect place to start climate changing action. Maybe leadership begins ...
Project about Agriculture & Food, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Children and Families, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Consumerism, Deforestation, Economics, Education, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Food, Genetic Modification, Green energy, Health, Industry & Business, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Pollution, Population, Recycling, Transport, Water
On Line, United States
Updated in April 2009
Help us flesh out the "real deal" on various options for action on climate change. In other words, what does it really cost, how do you pay for it, what are the tax breaks, how does it really work? For instance, I explained how our business photovoltaic system helped us ...
Project about Architecture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Clean Technologies, Coal & Oil, Design, Economics, Electric vehicles, Energy Saving, Finance & Money, Green energy, Nuclear, Solar, Transport, Travel
Updated in January 2009
Welcome to Cycle for Change, the Himalayan cycling adventure dedicated to inspiring and educating people all over the world about the effects of climate change, what’s being done about it and providing solutions to help us all contribute to changing our shared situation. Come and follow our journey and ...
Southern California, United States
Updated in February 2008
A Compressed-Air Motored Car Equipped with Solar Panels designed into the hood,roof,trunk lid and maybe even front and back windshields to solar charge a battery pack to power the on-board electric air-compresser to fill compressed air tanks as needed, for as a Solar powered-car can generate up to ...
Updated in October 2010
CREATE! is implementing its initial country program in Senegal, West Africa. Senegal is not only representative of many Sub-Saharan African countries hardest hit by the increasingly disastrous effects of global climate change, but represents one of the most daunting challenges to respond to it, especially as it affects the rural ...
Updated in July 2008
Transition Towns are starting in over 50 towns in NZ. Groups are addressing the twin challenges of peak oil and climate change and are finding they have collective genius beyond their imagination. Food and energy resilience are often the focus but actually when oil peaks and is no longer cheap ...
Nationwide, United States
Updated in June 2010
Become a Green Revolution certified Green Consultant free of charge and use this training to help green your community one home at a time. Join Green Revolution and get the tools to reduce energy and water usage at home between 30-50% by becoming more efficient.
Alaska, United States
Updated in February 2012
When a camera goes underwater in a movie or television show, we’re used to hearing… well, not much. It’s typically very quiet, as if the ocean were a calm, peaceful, even soothing aural environment. If anything, we might hear a few bubbles coming from the cameraman’s SCUBA ...
Lagunitas, United States
Updated in August 2012
We know now that the Sea is anything but silent. Given that sunlight does not penetrate more than a few hundred feet below the surface, and at any time more than half of the world oceans are under the dark veil of night, the ocean is actually an acoustic realm ...
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