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Global Agriculture Trends: Are We Actually Using Less Land?

Nature Conservancy - Science

2013). ?   The global trend masks local and regional trends. The Surprising Global Trend. What the Global Trend Doesn’t Tell Us.

Minimalist Golf: A New Face on an Old Line

The Alien Next Door

This minimalist trend is only a decade old and currently concentrated in the western states of the U.S. You do, don’t you? big alien grin).

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US Oil Train Trends: Four Basic Pictures

Sightline Daily

Even more worrisome, oil train numbers are increasing at a rate so astonishing that we cannot rely on historical trends or safety statistics.

BWEA announces dates for UK Wind Week 2009

Green (Living) Review

BWEA, the UK’s leading renewable energy association, has announced the dates for UK Wind Week 2009. During Wind Week 2009, the industry will be raising awareness of the incredible benefits offered by wind energy in terms of sustainability, economic prosperity and energy security. Tags: UK Wind Week 2009 BWEA

Why & How to Leave Go Daddy (or - Eco-Vegan Gal: Live healthy.

Eco-Vegan Girl

Animal activists are outraged, many people are alarmed, and lots of Go Daddy customers are closing their accounts - including myself. Enjoy.&#. Period.

Hollywood Sets New Trend: Recycle Your Home Theater (LA Style)

Green Life Smart Life

Considering how many people took part in this program in West Los Angeles, there is clearly the opportunity for a national trend. The guys over at HomeTheaterReview.com recenly posted this article about programs that people living in LA can recycle their old technology. Green is in - especially in trendy West Los Angeles. Posted by: Lauren.

Make 2009 Your Green Year

Eco Friendly Daily

Well, we are getting headlong into 2009 and you may or may not have already given up on your resolutions. Make 2009 Your Green Year.

Treacherous Ice Storms in Kentucky—What is Gaia Saying to Us?

The Alien Next Door

science-fiction posted by SF Girl @ 8:43 AM 18 Comments 18 Comments: At February 2, 2009 11:22 AM , Bobbi said. How did I not know, you ask.

The Age Of Stupid – DVD Movie Review

Green (Living) Review

Review by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The Age Of Stupid launched on DVD in the UK on October 19, 2009 Price: £19.99 Scary!

Plan B 4.0 – Book Review

Green (Living) Review

These trends include—in addition to falling water tables—eroding soils and rising temperatures from increasing greenhouse gas emissions.

I Love NY: The Spirit of New York & Andrée Putnam's Design of the.

The Alien Next Door

Avant-garde in her day, her designs endure as a monument of elegant comfort, transcending ephemeral trends with timeless creative boldness.

le Mutique

Green Earth Journey

it sure looks like the trend is taking hold How long have you had your shop on Etsy? What inspires you? if you have a vision, be true to it!

Sasaki Creations

Green Earth Journey

Giveaway Details The giveaway will run from today Thursday, June 11th 2009, until Friday, June 19th 2009 at Midnight. And be patient.

Or What's a Heaven For? Writer's Contracts and More Elusive Things.

The Alien Next Door

The Alien Next Door Musings of Nina Munteanu, SF writer and Ecologist Friday, January 16, 2009 Or What’s a Heaven For? But, I digress. Hi there.

Autism Linked to Environment

Green Earth Journey

Throughout the nation, the numbers of autistic children have increased dramatically over the past 15 years. There's genetics and there's environment.

Anniversary of the Birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji celebrated at the White House

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) On Friday, November 20, 2009, the White House in the US Capital hosted a reception commemorating the 540th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first guru in Sikhism. President Obama has started a trend that I hope will continue, during his tenure at the White House, and, hopefully, also, afterwards.

Homemade card bookmarks

Green (Living) Review

And, why not, in actual fact start a trend and make some of those as gifts, as fund raising tools or simply for sale? by Michael Smith (Veshengro) This is a simple project that will save your books from dog ears and your cardboard packaging from the trash. paper cutter (guillotine) will give you a more consistent cut. know I do.

A WEEK TO CELEBRATE WIND ENERGY

Green (Living) Review

BWEA announces list of projects to open for annual celebration by Michael Smith (Veshengro) BWEA, UK ’s leading renewable energy association, has released the list of wind farms opening for the UK’s Wind Week 2009. The list of events can be accessed here: [link].

BWEA Welcomes Europe's largest onshore Windfarm coming online and securing extension

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) London, UK, May 20, 2009: The British Wind Energy Association (BWEA) announced today that it welcomes the news that Europe's currently largest onshore windfarm is now fully operational. Whitelee windfarm in Scotland has a capacity of 322MW, enough to power 180,000 homes, or a city the size of Glasgow.

Red diesel prices slowly rising higher

Green (Living) Review

The data, collected from about 150 farmers who took part a survey in August 2009, shows that the average cost of red diesel across the country came to 42.91p/liter. "As heavy industry around the world ramps up production, energy demand will rise and UK diesel prices are likely to reflect this trend in the coming months. think so.

Refineries Across U.S. Closing Due to Weak Fuel Demand

Green (Living) Review

The Delaware City refinery, where workers were notified of the closing on Friday, November 20, 2009, lost about $1 million every day this year, Bill Day, the spokesman for Valero said. Rising gasoline prices have already changed the driving habits of Americans and the recession has hastened that trend. Valero Energy Corp., percent.

Unemployment up in seaside resorts despite era of the “staycation”

Green (Living) Review

However, some of England's best-loved seaside destinations have been hit hard by the economic downturn, and are suffering from above average unemployment rates despite the 'staycation' trend. These include Southend where the claimant unemployment rate is 5.9 per cent (up 2.6 per cent (up 2.3 per cent (up 2.1 percentage points).

OFFSHORE ENERGY – THE FINAL FRONTIER

Green (Living) Review

The measures introduced in the 2009 Budget have been praised by industry as successful, according to the report on the costs of deployment, but companies expect leadership on creating the right ‘investment environment’. The reports set out the timetable and potential costs for a massive expansion of the UK ’s offshore wind capacity.

The Carbon Show exceeds expectations on launch

Green (Living) Review

The Global 500 Report by the Carbon Disclosure Project, and the Carbon Offsetting trends report announced by EcoSecurities, both provoked in-depth discussions at The Carbon Show’s popular feature, the Carbon Corner. Dr Jez Richardson is Technical Director of Climate Change and Policy at Scott Wilson, an exhibitor at The Carbon Show.

JOHN LEWIS PARTNERS PUBLISH UPDATED VERSION OF “MAKE DO AND MEND” FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) London, August 2009 : John Lewis is publishing a modern reworking of the classic war-time pamphlet, “Make Do and Mend”, with all tips provided by its own employees. All proceeds from the sale of Make Do and Mend 2009 will go to the John Lewis Foundation. This way the book could be greener still.

EST REPORT: SMALL IS POWERFUL

Green (Living) Review

Wind has been the world's fastest growing renewable energy source for the last seven years, and this trend is expected to continue with falling costs of wind energy and the urgent international need to tackle CO2 emissions to prevent climate change. In Scotland , annual load factors in excess of 30 per cent were measured in some instances.”

Need a beer glass? Pull out a Frankfurter jar.

Green (Living) Review

Let’s, maybe, start a fashion trend by Michael Smith In the old poor student days of the 1960s and 1970s this was the way things were done. This could be the start of a fashion and a trend and why not. More on that, however, in another article. © M Smith (Veshengro), 2009. Why buy when you can reuse.

GLOBALGIVING URGES DONORS TO GO GREEN FOR EARTH DAY

Green (Living) Review

GlobalGiving Green seeks to reverse this trend. So this April, in honor of Earth Day, GlobalGiving is calling on donors to "Give a Little Green," and offering as an incentive a 50% matching donation on all gifts to GlobalGiving Green projects that help reduce our contribution to global warming in the U.S. and in the developing world.

MYTH OF ‘INTERMITTENCY’ DEBUNKED BY MAJOR REPORT

Green (Living) Review

Wind has been the world's fastest growing renewable energy source for the last seven years, and this trend is expected to continue with falling costs of wind energy and the urgent international need to tackle CO2 emissions to prevent climate change. This report is the final nail in the coffin of the myth of intermittency.

Bill on Renewable Energy Omits Huge Source

Green (Living) Review

Unemployed loggers all over the country could have a future in sustainably gathering and selling tons of clean-burning woody biomass to power plants were it not for the fine print in The American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 that's now under consideration in the House of Representatives. Throughout the U.S.,

A clear view of the climate change landscape

Green (Living) Review

Mark Lewis of Deutsche Bank and Lisa Ashford of leading carbon offset company Ecosecurities provide in-depth but accessible analyses of key trends in the regulated and voluntary carbon markets respectively. It is launched at London’s ExCeL Centre on 29-30 September 2009 before returning in autumn 2010.

Wind industry ready to pump 2.5bn GBP direct into UK economy

Green (Living) Review

Wind has been the world's fastest growing renewable energy source for the last seven years, and this trend is expected to continue with falling costs of wind energy and the urgent international need to tackle CO2 emissions. The BWEA analysis of the industry demonstrates that at least 20GW of UK offshore wind projects are deliverable by 2020.

Poor soil management could speed climate change, report warns

Green (Living) Review

The commission warns poor land management can have "serious consequences", stating that current soil degradation trends need to be reversed with better soil management practices to boost carbon retention as a means of slowing climate change. Period. © M Smith (Veshengro), 2009.

Seedling Selection for a home Garden

Green Earth Journey

Noticing the alarming trend of disappearing diversity and quality in the seed market caused by large conglomerate consolidation, they set out to invest in land and equipment that would allow them to grow commercial quality home garden seeds that consumers were then unable to obtain. Territorial celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

Farnham Common Junior win national bike race

Green (Living) Review

Participating schools across England have seen levels of cycling treble within a year- bucking the trend in declining numbers of children cycling to school. Throughout March, pupils, parents and teachers from 123 schools across Britain have taken to their bikes in a bid to complete and win the 46,000 mile virtual race around the world.

BWEA WELCOMES RSPB REPORT

Green (Living) Review

Wind has been the world's fastest growing renewable energy source for the last seven years, and this trend is expected to continue with falling costs of wind energy and the urgent international need to tackle CO2 emissions to prevent climate change. Evidence shows that it is possible to develop onshore wind farms, without damage to wildlife.

Report: Energy-Related Emissions Reduced In U.S. In 2009

Eco Friendly Daily

While a predominant trend of the data has been increasing emissions, recent years have seen reductions. energy emissions since 1949.

Tower Hamlets school pupils race to a healthy life

Green (Living) Review

Participating schools across England have seen levels of cycling treble within a year– bucking the trend in declining numbers of children cycling to school. Over 880 pupils at Stepney Green pupils have been taking part in an inspirational week to encourage more and more pupils to cycle to school. Source: Sustrans.

Sun Exposure and Eye Health

Green Earth Journey

LOOK for polarized lenses to help reduce glare. * DO not be misguided by price -- higher priced sunglasses usually represent fashion trends or durability, not UV protection. 2 Months ago I had an eye exam. The optometrist asked if I had sun glasses. told him I did not. What a pain! He told me something I did not know. Burns. Cataracts.

The Next Decade's Top Sustainability Trends

The Green Changemakers

By Warren Karlenzig What trends are likely the next ten years? Implementation of Carbon Taxes 2010-2019 Exxon Mobil surprised many in early 2009 when it called for a carbon tax as a way to address global climate change. Bikes Culture 2.0 Copenhagen residents use bikes for 37 percent of all their transit.