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That Building Is Made of WHAT?

Earth911 gives us this astonishing fact: Americans buy 29.8 billion water bottles each year, and 80% of these end up in a landfill. Even more astonishingly, 80% of Americans have easy access to recycling programs, either through curbside pick up or community drop off bins, but choose to toss plastic bottles into the trash anyway.... read more

ABC Gum Can Now Be Recycled

Nothing ruins a day faster than stepping onto a wad of gum on the street, and Anna Bullis has decided to do something about it. 

Photo by Pal Hansen of theguardian.co.uk... read more

Aquaponics - the inside scoop on the closed-looped, fish and produce yielding system

What is Aquaponics? 

It is a closed-looped, symbiotic process involving fish and produce where fish waste provides a food source for the plants and the plants provide a natural filter for the water the fish live in. So that means you can raise your own fish and grow your own produce in a self sustaining nutrient system.... read more

It's a Solar Panel, It's a Wind Turbine...No, It's ECO-BOY!

One of the funniest little videos I have found on youtube.  What to do when the powers of evil try to use too much fuel or create too much greenhouse gases... just call Eco-Boy! Sometimes not everything in the green movement is serious, sometimes it is just serious fun!

"The environmentally friendly superhero ECO BOY battles with the evil super villain POLLUTOR in an epic fight to save the world from destruction!"

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Is the Key to Earth's Energy Problem Mars?

Of course not, but I did grab your attention.  I think this has much more to do with how we are going to survive the next fifty years as fossil fuels begin to reach their life cycle end and before large scale adoption of alternative powers, including nuclear.  Currently, crude oil and its' derivatives make up 35% of the world's energy portfolio, but demand is in the process of usurping supply.  If this occurs, the results could not only be catastrophic for the world's economy but also the population.

Mars is Key to Energy? - KeenforGreen... read more

The Greenest Video Games

Green Video Games, Green Wii

For all those that follow video games and enjoy humor among our growing community, please follow this link to Games Radar for their top seven greenest video games of all time.  And after you finish learning why Ecco the dolphin has such a menacing stare, go to Greenpeace's Guide to Greener Electronics to find out what video game systems are the greenest.... read more

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Kermit expressing the feelings of many on the periphery of the green movement.  How wrong they are.

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