By on June 12th, 2008

As the environment continues to show its wear and tear, “eco-community” will likely become a household name. Yesterday CNN featured a sneak peak at some of the up and coming regions racing to become the world’s first zero emissions zone. At the front of the race is Dockside Green in Canada’s own Victoria, BC, which has already opened its first phase of residential suites. A quick look at the plans and one will see that the builders of Dockside Green are going much further than energy efficient light bulbs and energy saver washers. They also guarantee residents 100% fresh air inside the buildings and are committed to reusing at least 90% of their construction waste. Go Victoria!

By on April 11th, 2008

After being ranked 13th most powerful blog by British newspaper The Guardian TreeHugger is now number 4 in Time Magazine”s Top Five Best Erot naiden kahden ruletin pelitavoissa

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By on April 11th, 2008

After being ranked 13th most powerful blog by British newspaper The Guardian TreeHugger is now number 4 in Time Magazine’s Top Five Best Blogs. Time magazine say’s that TreeHugger is the most complete of the hundreds of grassroots green blogs. It ranks among the top 20 blogs in traffic worldwide. I fully support this opinion. Once again I personally congratulate TreeHugger for giving the world a clearer view – and probably the best – of our environment.

By on April 9th, 2008

Here is an easy to understand video that explains what is global warming.

By on April 9th, 2008

So you think going green is hard! If you think going green is to always buy organic food and organic detergents and buying a $30 000 hybrid vehicle, your wrong. There is a bunch of stuff that is easy to do and it will help save the environment.

You can start buy recycling オンライン ブラックジャック at home. It sounds easy and it is. If everyone would recycle it would make a big difference. You can buy a reusable bottles to carry your water instead of buying bottled water. If you have to buy bottled water because your tap water taste like SH#$%, at least buy the big 18L bottles that you can bring back to the store for a refill. You can carry a reusable shopping bag when you go shopping.

These are just a few things you can do to help save the environment. To learn a little more about the subject you can watch the video above.

By on April 3rd, 2008

Ready to go for some green cooking. Well this video will show you just what you can do to reduce your impact on the environment and on your budget. Yes on your budget. Why, because meat is really expensive and

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there are alternatives eating meat. Something like tofu could be a great alternative. What is most impressive is that when you turn your steak stir fry into a tofu stir fry, you can save more than 15 dollars.

Chef Dana McCauley shares green cooking tips and tricks with CBC News in this interview. (5:00)(Larry Crowe/Associated Press)

By on March 31st, 2008


More than 300 feet in the air and more than 160 square meters in superficies, the Skysails are helping to reduce the fuel consumption of cargo ships by more than 30%. Rumours say that the next cargo ship online casino to have a kite auxiliary propulsion system will have a sail twice as big (320 square meters), and “two additional larger ships are currently

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under construction that are to be equipped with 600 square-meters of sail”.

In these videos you can see the Beluga Skysails Kite-Powered Cargo Ship in action.


By on March 30th, 2008


This amazing architecture is situated in Singapore at the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University. It’s a 5 story facility with an all glass façade to provide a high performance building envelope that reduces solar gain and heat load while allowing the benefits of natural views and daylight into creative spaces.

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