With the recent publicity brought by the recent BBC series Blue Planet, in which a mother whale was seen to be mourning the death of her offspring killed by plastic waste in the ocean, many people are looking again at the use of plastics. In this article we look at what is being said, and […]
If you’re on the market for new footwear, why not try environmentally friendly shoes. With sneakers, flats, heels, and other designs available, there’s a style on the market that’s right for you. You don’t need to give up style and comfort in order to become a friend of the Earth. When people hear the term […]
Green N Brown an online retailer of eco friendly and organic products announced the results of its quarterly end user survey, 2010 American Green Behavior. The survey evaluates over 590 American consumers and measures their awareness of and preferences for green products and services, and their purchase decisions and processes. The survey also looks at […]
I’m going to tell you about an amazing woman who traveled over 1,000 miles to see me…but it wasn’t really about me…it was because of something far greater. She was following her inner guidance, but I’ll get to that in a moment. When my book was finally published this summer, after writing and editing it […]
The UK government’s ambitious target to reach 20% renewable energy generation across all energy souces, by 2020 looks a lot less likely to be achieved this year, from a large contribution from land based wind farms, than it did 6 months ago. When we first posted this in November 2010, the coalition government had just […]
After looking at the data for 192 countries the new research has shown passive smoking to be a huge global killer, and the reason that this has been hidden for so long lies in the fact that death from passive smoking is rarely caused by the smoker’s scourge which is lung cancer. These results confirm […]
A lab that has won National Science Foundation funding for 25 years, and published dozens of papers has released details of their research in an interview with www.nytimes.com, which shows some amazing newly discovered features of bird flight. Dial, is a biologist at University of Montana Flight Laboratory, who, in 1988, founded the lab at […]
EPA’s most recent health risk assessment estimates that 20,000 lung cancer deaths each year are due to radon. It is a problem when it seeps from the ground into homes through cracks in floors, walls and foundations.
Construction has started on an anaerobic digestion bio-digester at a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory in Hellendoorn, the Netherlands. The bio-digestion process, is uniquely green process.
We wish you have gotten a kick out of our article on green power energy and all that can easily be done with it, and the cool news is this was merely a taste. Two of the main advantages of using solar and wind power would be the fact that you are going to be […]