Browsing the "Climate Change" Category

Book Review: Arctic Rising by Tobias S. Buckell

April 23rd, 2012 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

What if all our green living fails? What if our eco-minded work was not enough and we just couldn't get enough people on board to reverse the damaging effects of climate change? Tobias S. Buckell has come up with a possible scenario in his eco-thriller and we can only hope it doesn't come to the grim reality he sets up in this fictional tale. Acrtic Rising is futuristic story of what could happen if climate change remains unchecked along with the corporate greed for power and world domination that seems ever-expanding every day

Ridekick: The Electric Bicycle Trailer

February 23rd, 2012 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

Bike riding is good choice for the environment, and even better for your health. Since urban sprawl has us further from our workplaces, electric bikes can make the ride a little easier and Ridekick now provides a more economic solution if you're not quite ready for an e-bike. Ridekick offers the electric bicycle trailer to get you from point A to point B a little faster

5 Ways to Keep Warm During a Power Outage

November 3rd, 2011 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

While having an emergency kit with candles, a NOAA weather radio and other essentials is important, you must also know how to keep toasty. Here are 5 ways to keep warm when you lose power

Blog Action Day 2011: Rising Food Prices

October 16th, 2011 | by Karen Lee

Today is Blog Action Day and World Food Day. Food prices increased by 25% this year. With world population increasing every year, we have to educate our communities about food and the effects our habits have on the planet that affect food supply and prices.

A World Without Chocolate

October 10th, 2011 | by Sonya Kanelstrand

Let me cut straight to the point for the sake of chocolate lovers: in 20 years you might be left to dream about chocolate. Or even worse - you might be in the position to remember its taste without having the chance to try it! Yes, chocolate could become obsolete quite soon and the reason for this loss will be global warming

Save the Planet with a Click

September 12th, 2011 | by Sonya Kanelstrand

With his project, Like it for Good, Jan van Voorst transforms your activity in social media like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus into green deeds. So, every time you like, tweet or + a post on the Like it for Good page, you are sending a free donation to charities around the world and are joining them in saving the planet.

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