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  • ECO CHIC  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2011
    [Green] How I Wear Eco Fashion: Left Coast Blogger Tracy Hepler
    Tracy Hepler is the LA-based founder of Your Daily Thread , an online magazine and free daily email that “helps you live green and do good,&# and is coming to NYC soon. When she does buy new, Tracy tries to support eco-designers like Stewart & Brown , Loyale , The Battalion, Green Bees and others. On her feet? Featured
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2014
    [Green] Climate Change and Nutrition: It’s Not Just About Quantity
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. . Photo credit: Yamanaka Tamamki/Flickr through a Creative Commons license. The Study: Increasing CO2 threatens human nutrition. Samuel S.
  • ECO AUTO NINJA  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2012
    [Green] Heather Peters Lawsuit Against Honda Hybrid, Honda Finally Shows Up
    Honda chose to go with the higher number on window stickers to appeal to those influenced by “the green revolution,” which motivated them to buy a Honda Hybrid. Honda advertised on window stickers that vehicles would get 42 mpg., when the actual mileage was more like 32 mpg. software update was made to 2006-2008 Hybrid vehicles.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 2014
    [Green] Hong Kong Trip Report: February 2014
    Green-winged (Eurasian) Teal. 44 Green Sandpiper. The taivana race, known as Green-crowned Yellow Wagtail , seen at Kam Tin. Despite impressive, often rampant development, Hong Kong reserves 40% of its land as greenspace. The result is a nature lover’s paradise rich with mountains, beaches, and birds. Feb 23. Feb 24.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2013
    [Green] Dead Sea Mining Company Plans Dubious Merger With Canadian ‘Natural Resource’ Firm
    He writes to Karin Kloosterman, Green Prophet’s editor: “I think your concern is well placed. An Israel Chemicals Dead Sea mining plant; Photo by Haaretz/Ofer Vaknin. Aerial view of “divided Dead Sea” showing mining  evaporation pans at the lower end of the Dead Sea. Spencer Tunick’s Naked Dead Sea photo shoot.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2013
    [Green] Paris Tower “Graffed” by Arab Street Artists, Then Destroyed (VIDEO)
    decade ago, the former high-school art teacher opened his Galerie Itinerrance in Paris, cultivating contacts with the likes of American graphic designer Shepard Fairey (made famous for his Obama “Hope” poster) and Green Prophet fave, Franco-Tunisian Arab calligraphist eL Seed. Its 36 apartments formerly housed railroad workers.) 
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 2013
    [Green] Israeli Kobi Levi Still Designing Outrageous Footwear
    Green Prophet’s broadcast the designs of another Bezalel Academy graduate, Israeli designer Hadas Ilani , who makes wacky shoes out of pine needles. . 'Olive Oyl is so much more than a 1930′s cartoon character, she was my first role model.  What a welcome relief from Malibu Barbie! The shoe is my canvas. All images from Kobi Levi.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013
    [Green] Egypt’s Natural Gas Push Does Little to Curtail Murderous Air Pollution
    According to the ministry of environment, which sat down with Green Prophet this month to talk air pollution, although the officials asked not to be named, the process of cleaning up the streets is being blocked as a result of the financial pitfalls of the central government. “This is directly related to too many cars on the road.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2012
    [Green] Eat Like A Sustainable Saudi Arabian: Chicken and Rice Kabsa RECIPE
    whole green cardamom pods. Miriam introduces a new series on sustainable eating in the Middle-East/North Africa region. What does eating sustainably mean to you? By definition, sustainable food is nutritionally healthy, supports local agriculture and guarantees a fair wage to workers. Eat Like A Sustainable Saudi Arabian. Yield: 4 Servings.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2012
    [Green] Iraq Puts Hope in Wind, Solar Power to Buttress Energy Sector
    ministry official told Green Prophet via telephone that he believes Iraq is an ideal country to push renewable resources of energy, especially solar, given the vast open desert in the country. Last month, words became a future reality for the country after the ministry announced plans to spend as much as $1.6 Clean energy to reduce blackouts.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2012
    [Green] Heliofocus Solar Technology Dish Unveiled in Israel
    Aside from Chinese officials, like Ambassador Gao Yanping, Israeli Energy and Water Minister Uzi Landau attended the ceremony to boast of his cabinet’s commitment to green energy. Israel and China seem to be agreeing on more and more these days. On But HelioFocus may help Israel capture even more solar power.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2012
    [Green] Woman Spins Camel Wool to Prevent Slaughter of 1.2 Million Wild Australian Camels
    Green Reasons to Drink Camel Milk. While the Arab world has close ties with their hardy camels, Australia considers their 1.2 million population of wild camels to be nothing more than pests. . They are also a source of greenhouse gas emissions since each releases one pound of methane into the atmosphere every year.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2011
    [Green] Palestine/Israel: A Stunning Tale of Peace, Water And Walls
    For more on the environment in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict see: ‘Joint Green Projects Can Help Promote Peace’ – Israeli Director of FoEME. Help support a project which tells the amazing story of how Palestinians and Israelis in one West Bank village worked together to preserve water and stop the wall.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2011
    [Green] New Arabian Humpback Whale Located in Oman
    Previous Green Prophet articles by Arwa have taken stock of the decimation of large numbers of sharks from fishermen who kill them for their fins, which are sold to ready markets in the Far East. An Arabian humpback whale : newly discovered and already imperiled? Bu Tinah dugongs: also vulnerable. HAARP injured dolphins? Global Arab Network.
  • ELEPHANT JOURNAL  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013
    [Green] I'm 99% Sure Patanjali Didn't Give a List of "Yoga Stuff" We Need to.
    Follow Twitter (named #1 in US for #green, twice). GREEN. Yoga / Love / Food / Wellness / Spirituality / Family / Culture / Green / Society / Work. The Green Pet Community. Want to stay in touch with elephant? Get 10 free articles a week: subscribe free to our Best of the Week newsletter. Video. Talk Show. Member. Login.
  • ELEPHANT JOURNAL  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013
    [Green] Why I Run. ~ Jillian Locke | elephant journal
    Follow Twitter (named #1 in US for #green, twice). GREEN. Yoga / Love / Food / Wellness / Spirituality / Family / Culture / Green / Society / Work. The Green Pet Community. Want to stay in touch with elephant? Get 10 free articles a week: subscribe free to our Best of the Week newsletter. Video. Talk Show. Member. Login.
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2013
    [Green] Making BC’s Carbon Tax Even Better
    Green advocates have criticized both the scale and scope of the carbon tax. Perhaps most importantly, BC should begin aligning its green reputation with its role as a seller in the global fossil fuel economy. Sightline is an unapologetic booster of British Columbia’s carbon tax. Yet, BC’s tax is not perfect. Robin Hood in Reverse?
  • ECCORAZZI  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
    [Green] A Dallas Vegan Celebration: The Texas Veggie State Fair
    We recently told our Ecorazzi readers about the University of North Texas’ brand new “Mean Greens&#  vegan dining hall , complete with an ever-changing menu of plant-based options. It turns out, vegans in the Lone Star State have another reason to celebrate. Next month, a vegan state fair is returning to Dallas!
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2011
    [Green] Apply Now for Ford & UNESCO’s $100,000 Enviro-Grants
    Ford offers up another $100,000 to get green initiatives in the Gulf and Levant rolling. Should Green Organizations Accept Sponsorship from Big Bad Corporations? Applications are due 10 September, 2010. This year the company has teamed up with UNESCO to expand its reach. Rules and further details available there. image via farm4.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2011
    [Green] RECIPE: Syrian Tomato Salad
    Scatter the chopped green leaves over the salad, and serve. More summery  tomato recipes on Green Prophet: Fresh tomato/coriander salad. Hot weather meals call for lots of cool salads. Here’s an easy and attractive one featuring summer’s tomatoes. Sometimes all I want for lunch is about six kinds of salad. Serves 4-6.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2013
    [Green] The Dam that May Damn Egypt’s Future
    While dams are a straightforward and somewhat “green” source of hydro-power, there are lessons to be learned from countries that construct them. This Green Prophet would rather see Ethiopia (defiant about its dam) develop solar power than to make sweeping changes to the ebb and flow of the mighty Nile. Image via seeker.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  SATURDAY, JULY 21, 2012
    [Green] Treehugger Friend to Sick Trees
    One of their “green” projects involves the development of a non-toxic pest spray developed in the 1990′s by Dr. Samuel Gan-Mor, head of the department of agricultural engineering at the Volcani Institute, who developed a safe pest control spray made from various types of edible cooking oils. ” :: Haaretz/Ilya Melnikov.
  • ECO FRIENDLY DAILY  |  FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013
    [Green] Sustainability, not just a ‘hippie’ way of life anymore
    Houses are built with recycled or sustainable materials, like bamboo and incorporate as much in green living as possible. 'Being a ‘greenie’ or adopting a more sustainable way of living is so popular now that even Oprah and Leonardo have jumped on board. The benefits of creating or re-establishing eco-housing are numerous.
  • ECO FRIENDLY DAILY  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013
    [Green] Paved Paradise, Put up a Parking Lot
    Urban sprawl: two words that conjure up idyllic visions of sprawling green lawns, children on bicycles riding on wide spacious streets and neighbours chatting congenially over white picket fences. Urbanization has become a truly global occurrence, rapidly spreading the edges of cities and taking over semi-rural and un-cleared land.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2011
    [Green] Better Place Unveils Its Mammoth Recharging Plan
    No stranger to Green Prophet, we’ve been tracking Shai Agassi and Better Place for as long as we can remember. Shai Agassi unveils his very thorough recharging plan for Better Place EVs. So it’s pretty exciting to report the company recently announced its recharging plan. … [ visit site to read more ]. Cars & Transportatio
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2012
    [Green] Back in New York and Birding
    Dabbling ducks included Green-winged Teal , Northern Pintail , American Black Duck , and Mallard.  Jamaica Bay National Wildlife Refuge, 15 March 2009 It was at about 1:30 AM on Saturday morning that I startled awake and found myself sitting in an empty subway car in an unfamiliar location.  Why does this matter?  Hello?  Hello? 
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 2012
    [Green] Tropical Cyclone Iggy
    bonus of all the rain is all the new green growth and it makes for great hiding spots for the wallabies and Swinhoes Snipe. We have had a wet week in Broome with a tropical low to our north and further down the coast there is a cyclone. They were probably not born when Iggy Pop was famous! wet garden without birds!
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2011
    [Green] Southern Parula
    We birders birders on the eastern half of the continent are quite familiar with the ubiquitous Northern Parula , whose buzzy song is often one of the very first new birders learn because of its pervasiveness at nearly every spot in the east from mid-April on.  yuck), the parula was the face of the family.  For me, it was Tropical Parula or bust.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2011
    [Green] Birding the Walkway Over The Hudson
    I couldn’t work the flock for long because it was getting rainier and a wet and tired and hungry almost-two-year-old is not a good time but I did manage to pull out Black-throated Green Warblers , a  Northern Parula , and Blackpoll Warbler. How historic is the bridge? After the Civil War, the idea was taken more seriously. … a.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2011
    [Green] Mysteries of the Mitred Parakeets
    There is a population of large green and red parrots in New York City? Seth Ausubel is one of the best birders in Queens, New York, and Corey is ever-so-thankful that Seth does not use eBird because that way Corey can pretend that he is the top lister in the borough. All text and photos in this post are copyrighted and used with permission.
  • DAILY DANNY  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010
    [Green] Choosing a Dining Room Table
    Round dining room tables are awfully hard to come by… I’ve had a temporary solution (the word “temporary&# was lost on me obviously) to use an LL Bean iron outdoor table as the dining room table.   So, I am enlisting all of you to choose from a selection here I’ve been eyeing.   . Not too bad, but not exactly cheap.
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2014
    [Green] Canary in the Cornfield: Why the Fuss about Monarchs?
    See Matt Miller’s previous Cool Green Science post for some of the most important ways that we can help keep monarch butterflies going. Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. Baum, K.
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2013
    [Green] Will Polar Bears Die Out Because of Climate Change?
    ” is a new Cool Green Science feature looking at what scientists and the scientific literature really say about big questions regarding nature and its conservation.  . 'A polar bear in the Hudson Bay population. Photo credit: Alex Berger /Flickr through a Creative Commons license. Editor’s note: “What Does the Science Say?”
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2014
    [Green] My Day as a Mule Deer
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Nature Conservancy. 'Mule deer face numerous obstacles on their migrations, including lots of fences. Photo: © Scott Copeland. They are considerable. Jump, they must.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2012
    [Green] Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch at Audubon Greenwich
    Bright reds, oranges, and yellows all combined with the remaining green and the brown of dead weeds to produce a pleasing palette for the eye. Having never visited the Quaker Ridge Hawkwatch in nearby Greenwich, Connecticut, I was pleased to make its acquaintance on an outing with the Queens County Bird Club yesterday.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2011
    [Green] John Greenleaf Whittier’s “What The Birds Said”
    So to me, in a doubtful day Of chill and slowly greening spring, Low stooping from the cloudy gray, The wild-birds sang or seemed to sing.They vanished in the misty air, The song went with them in their flight; But lo! John Greenleaf Whittier was deeply religious, but at the same time he was remarkably reverent towards the environment.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2011
    [Green] More Habitat for Snowy Plover?
    These Blasts From The Past Cool Green Heron Man Saves Falcon from Pigeons?!? home about advertise archives birds conservation contact galleries links reviews subscribe Browse: Home / Asides / More Habitat for Snowy Plover? More Habitat for Snowy Plover? The proposal from U.S. Thanks for visiting! The proposal from U.S.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2013
    [Green] Knit Your Own Sustainable Beard
    Green Prophet archives hold a brilliant story on a  handknit sunnah beard. Environmentalists now widely accept that beard-growing is “green”   Commenting on the original Green Prophet article, editor Karin Kloosterman posted a link to a  Sierra Club story that elaborates on that theme. I’ll show you how too.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2012
    [Green] Olive Season is Here: Buy Local or DIY
    In a previous Green Prophet article about preserving olives, I explored how easy home picked olives are easy to pickle and are usually ready to eat after being stored in pickling brine for at least two to three months. Preserving Olives the Green Prophet Wa y. Picking olives the traditional way is less damaging to the fruit.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2012
    [Green] Christians Take on Carbon Fast for Lent
    Fully aware that individual acts must eventually lead to popular support for green legislation, Tearfund still calculates that the Carbon Fast’s actions, taken over the whole year, might save more than 7 tons of CO2 per person. Believing Christians set aside time for prayer and religious acts. It’s called the Carbon Fast.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2012
    [Green] The Weekly Vegewarian Recipe: Stuffed Jerusalem Sage
    To celebrate the emergence of winter’s wild greens, here is a vegan recipe featuring a Middle Eastern specialty: Jerusalem Sage. 1/2 green bell pepper, finely chopped. More wild recipes on Green Prophet: 3 Wild Edibles and How to Eat Them. This edible leaf is shooting up all over the Middle East right now. 1/2   cup rice.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011
    [Green] Book Review: ‘The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change’ by Stephen Gardiner
    Yet he suggests that the drive towards green energy cancels this out since with a green economy there is no tragedy of the commons and no intergenerational prejudice. More Book Reviews on Green Prophet: Book Review: Plastiki – Across the Pacific Ocean on Plastic. ’ Stephen M. Passing the Buck. The Layman.
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2014
    [Green] Review: Alan Rabinowitz’s An Indomitable Beast
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. 'Jaguar, the indomitable beast. Photo: Matt Miller/TNC. An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar. By Alan Rabinowitz. 241 pages.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2014
    [Green] Swim in the Arabian Sea and dance with the stars through organic sludge
    These tiny organisms emit an eerie green-blue light when agitated by breaking waves or objects moving through water.  'Millions of bioluminescent phytoplankton set a stretch of Maldives beach aglow, captured in these gorgeous photos by Taiwanese photographer Will Ho. Read about Red Tides here that threaten desalination plants in Oman.
  • ELEPHANT JOURNAL  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
    [Green] 10 Unmissable Vintage Shops in Europe. ~ Josie Sampson
    What’s more, its green-friendly and recycled nature gives you the perfect excuse to check out a city’s offerings without that shopping guilt. Source: maurelita.com via Terri’s on Pinterest A vintage store is akin to a fashion museum, indicative of a city’s culture and history.
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2014
    [Green] The New Oregon Carbon Tax Report is Out
    On the flip side, the green line shows how investing the money would grow jobs slightly faster than business-as-usual. The Portland Metro region—green in the map below—emits 60 percent of the state’s pollution and so would pay 60 percent of the tax. What scenarios did NERC model? It’s the wind in the sails, not the sails.
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2013
    [Green] The Coal Export Bubble
    Related Stories Scope of Gateway Pacific Analysis is Bad News for Coal Industry Asian Americans’ Green Values Is PSE Overlooking Solar Energy? But perhaps the most important coal export story has gotten surprisingly little attention— the collapse of Pacific Rim coal prices. But their timing was terrible. Climate & Energy
  • THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS  |  TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2010
    [Green] Introduction to Permaculture by Steve Diver
    As an example, standard organic farming and gardening techniques utilizing cover crops, green manures, crop rotation, and mulches are emphasized in permacultural systems. Introduction to permaculture 2. Permaculture defined 3. Characteristics of permaculture 4. The practical application of permaculture 5. Books on permaculture 7.
  • THE GO GREEN BLOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2009
    [Green] Tip of the Week – Say No To The In-Sink Garbage Disposal
    Green your kitchen by composting your waste instead of using the in-sink garbage disposal. Just say no to the in-sink garbage disposal. That’s right – Don’t use that water wasting disposal any more. Instead conserve water by composting your kitchen waste.
  • CONSERVANCY TALK  |  MONDAY, JULY 7, 2014
    [Green] The River Geronimo Knew
    It’s pretty neat to see this continuous ribbon of green within a handful of years,” he says. 'Valer Austin overlooking the Rio San Bernardino. The deep cuts in the background are receding as the gabions catch soil and build up the river bed, leaving ponds and perennial plants. Photos by Tana Kappel/TNC. side of the border. Tana Kappel/TNC.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011
    [Green] Picking Olives for Pickling
    Open markets of the Middle East display stands heaped with the green and purple fruit, perfect for taking home to pickle in your own kitchen (as Green Prophet shows you in this post). Green olives are immature. More about the noble olive here on Green Prophet: A 2000-year-old olive tree in Israel. And now is the season.
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2014
    [Green] Urban Wild: Flying Squirrels of the Beltway
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. 'Photo: Ken Thomas under a Creative Commons license. By Matt Miller, senior science writer. And right now is the best time to experience it. Or not.
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014
    [Green] Meet the 2014 NatureNet Science Fellows
    Project:  Improve global sustainability by developing green nanotechnology-based solutions for pressing environmental challenges, including energy production and water treatment. We will report on the progress of the fellows’ projects here on Cool Green Science. and international programs. Joleah Lamb, Cornell, oceans and waste.
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
    [Green] How State Public Money Pays for Coal Exports and Oil Trains
    At a time when the Northwest is choosing whether to become a carbon export hub of global consequence or a thin green line of climate protection, the way we spend our money says a great deal about our priorities. 'Coal and oil trains, Washington state. by Paul K. In some cases, the subsidies and expenditures are known but relatively small.
  • SIERRA CLUB COMPASS  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2014
    [Green] David Keeps Winning: 10 Recent Victories That Will Give You Hope for the Planet
    on par with the highest achieving energy efficiency savings programs in the nation, creating lots of new green jobs in the process. That's the word I repeated over and over this summer, as news rolled in of one clean energy victory after another. coal plants, are now retired or slated to retire. "   2.   4. Louis. " 6.
  • SIERRA CLUB COMPASS  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2013
    [Green] Back on the Rails: Transit Benefits and the Fiscal Cliff - Compass
    Now it is incumbent upon the new Congress to ensure that transit commuter benefits don't lapse again at the end of this year. -- Jesse Prentice-Dunn, Sierra Club Green Transportation Campaign. Posted on January 04, 2013 at 11:48 AM in Green Transportation , Health , Oil , Politics | Permalink. Green Fleets. The Green Life.
  • MOMS GOING GREEN  |  MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2012
    [Green] Meatless Monday: Pea, Lemon, and Egg-Drop Soup
    Reduce heat, and vigorously simmer until peas are tender and bright green, 3 to 4 minutes. Pea, lemon and egg-drop soup. lighter take on the Greek avgolemono soup. This recipe makes 5 cups. Ingredients. 1/2 pounds fresh garden peas in pods. cups homemade chicken stock or 2 1/2 cups canned chicken broth plus 2 1/2 cups water. Directions.
  • NATURAL CLARITY  |  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
    [Green] 9/11 Is A Day to Teach Peace
      I look forward to meeting you on the green path of peace. Imagine Peace. Here's how I'm remembering 9/11. Today my heart is with those who lost loved ones in the attacks as well as in the wars and violence in the Middle East that followed. Innocent people died and others were permanently injured.   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • WEND MAGAZINE  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2011
    [Green] A Man-Made, Entirely Recycled Island Oasis
    Related posts: Brands Go Green with Recycled CDs, Beans and Hand-Cranked Machines. Since 1998, Richart Sowa has been collecting the trash he finds lying along the shores of Mexico and putting it to good use. But when those were destroyed in the 2005 Hurricane Emily, he was forced to rebuild. Hence, Joysxee Island. Check out his project here.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2011
    [Green] Manky Muscovy Ducks
    Wild Muscovies have very dark plumage, black with a purple or green sheen, as well as random pine green feathering on their wings and backs, white wing patches, erectile crests, and featherless faces. Such is the lot of the Manky Muscovy. Actually, this lean, hardy bird has lots of fans in kitchens and at tables all over the world.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2011
    [Green] Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of March 2011?
    like the balance of sky and earth, and of blue, green, white and little orange. home about advertise archives birds conservation contact galleries links reviews subscribe Browse: Home / Birding / Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of March 2011? Where Are You Birding This Second Weekend of March 2011? Will you be birding?
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
    [Green] A Fully Loaded, Double-Barreled Forest Climate Solution
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. . 'Deforestation of in Riau Province, Sumatra. Photo © Riau deforestation 2006 ” by Aidenvironment , flickr user:Wakx. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 2014
    [Green] The Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition: A Review of an Iconic Guide in a New Edition
    The latter is indicated by expanses of green-gray rather than green-gray dots. 'Sometimes it takes an unexpected question. When my friend Victoria, who lives in Georgia and who is an avid birder but who is not an avid reader of blogs and social media, asked me “Should I buy the new Sibley? Is it different from the old Sibley?” b) Yes.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2011
    [Green] I know, right?*
    From the blog formerly known as Green, Inc: Hoping to find a way around the current political impasse on climate change and energy policy, a former top adviser to President Obama has devised a policy proposal to drive down greenhouse gas emissions from the utility industry over the next 20 years. via green.blogs.nytimes.com.
  • ECCORAZZI  |  TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2011
    [Green] Win It: Lifefactory Glass Beverage Bottle
    They also make bottles for babies, so even the little ones can stay green with no harmful chemicals. Looking for an eco-friendly (and baby friendly!) way to stay hydrated? These hot summer months have nothing on you with this week’s exclusive giveaway for our  newsletter subscribers. Enter Enter to win a gift package from Life Factory !
  • ECCORAZZI  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 2011
    [Green] Jack Johnson Plants Roots in Brazil
    Be sure to check out Johnson’s website for more on the singer’s green ambitions. Not only does Jack Johnson sing his songs worldwide, but he also takes care of the environment. Last month, the singer participated in a tree planting ceremony for World Environment Day in Brazil. music jack johnson
  • ECCORAZZI  |  FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2011
    [Green] Twenty 200-Acre Solar Farms Coming To The Southeast
    We don’t often cover green tech here on the ‘razz, so when we do, you can consider it big news. Florida-based National Solar Power announced earlier this week that it is considering seven communities in the Southeast U.S. to host what will eventually become the world’s largest solar plant. More details here.
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014
    [Green] Latino Voters Oppose Coal Exports
    'Ridley coal terminal, Photo credit astairin, cc. New research released today by Latino Decisions and the Latino Policy Coalition finds that Latino voters oppose new efforts to export US coal to China and Asia from the West Coast. Opposition to coal exports were consistent across party affiliation. Read more at daily.sightline.org.
  • ECCORAZZI  |  FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2011
    [Green] Harry Potter Director May Bring Stephen King Virus Novel to the Big Screen
    Stephen King is considered by many to be the “master of horror,&# and several of his novels have been turned into successful movies including  The Shawshank Redemption and  The Green Mile. Harry Potter director David Yates might soon be working on another book-turned-movie project. Yates had directed four of the Harry Potter movies.
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2014
    [Green] Why 20 Is Plenty on Neighborhood Streets
    That will be the default speed limit as the city expands that network of family- and bicycle-friendly streets (the green lines on the maps below.) 'Sign on for slow zones by Pedal Power Pete used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Next time you’re in a car driving through a residential neighborhood, try this experiment. Super dirty looks. Smiles.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2011
    [Green] Israel Approves New Licenses For Mid-Sized Solar Fields.
    Image via Siemens ::   TheMarker  (in Hebrew) :: Jerusalem Post :: Globes More on Green Prophet : What Holds Israeli Renewable Energy Back? Make the green holiday, greener. Salma said on UAE Sustainability Conference Inspires Change : I’m one of those green newbies; I. MW facility at Kibbutz Ketura. um, really?
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014
    [Green] Citizen Science Tuesday: NestWatch
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. 'Chickadee at nest hole with a caterpillar. Photo by Flickr user Dave Bonta through a Creative Commons License. What is NestWatch? Why is it important?
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2015
    [Green] Dr. “Cannabis” Alan Shackelford puts medicine into marijuana, in Israel
    ” Shackelford then poured over a stack of Charlotte’s medical records: “I decided that Charlotte would surely die if we didn’t do something to help her,” he tells Green Prophet. Image credits: Dr. Alan Shackelford top, via Twitter; Charlotte Figi, News.com ; Raphael Mechoulam, Courtesy; Lower Dr. Shackelford, Green Prophet).
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY - SCIENCE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014
    [Green] Nanopesticides, Glacier Inventory, Brewers for Clean Water & More
    Opinions expressed on Cool Green Science and in any corresponding comments are the personal opinions of the original authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Nature Conservancy. Photo credit: Steven DePolo /Flickr through a Creative Commons license. ABC leaves? What chewed up leaves can tell us about insect biodiversity.
  • ECO FRIENDLY DAILY  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2014
    [Green] Floating Cities: The Dutch might have the answer for global warming.
    Two storeys high, semicircular metal roofs and yellow, green or blue facades – hardly any clues let on that these are The Netherlands’ first amphibious houses. Canals weave their way like veins through the swaying reeds of green land which invariably opens out into ponds or lakes. You can only image the possibilities.
  • ECO FRIENDLY DAILY  |  THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 2013
    [Green] An Old Way of Saving Water Creates a New Splash
    Our yards can be greener, and it will keep a little extra green in your pocket, just by using what comes naturally to us all. 'With a housing boom taking place in America today, landscaping is one of the first things on everyone’s mind. How do I make my garden grow to increase property value? Fresh Water Prediction. The Old Way. How To.
  • ECO FRIENDLY DAILY  |  SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2013
    [Green] What Happens to our Sewage?
    But is Biosolids a green story? 'We egest 1.5 liters of urine and 150 grams of faeces every single day to our city’s sewers. Its ultimate fate is decided by the sewage disposal system of the area. The sludge again is treated with various agents for removal of various pathogens and removal of odors. widely used plasticizers, PDBEs, etc.)
  • THE GREEN CHANGEMAKERS  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013
    [Green] Lone Indian Man Plants 1,360 Acre Forest single-handedly
    After 20 years the whole landscape turns green wit. The story was shared on facebook. The Man Who Planted Trees from MrGreatShortFilms on Vimeo. a huge forest of acorn trees and streams flowing. Till today I believed this to be a true story!! Then I saw an article on our office noticeboard talking about a real life tree-planter from Assam.
  • GREEN ME  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2009
    [Green] Signing up to targets at Copenhagen will be meaningless
    The most common green house gas, carbon dioxide, lasts over a hundred years in the atmosphere before it is broken down, and if we can only recycle (as we can now) about half of the carbon dioxide emissions, we are already committed to some global warming. Hooray! So it will be with climate change. That would save the planet.
  • 10,000 BIRDS  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2012
    [Green] KwaZulu-Natal
    Woodward’s Barbet belongs to a group of barbets known as Green Barbets. This is an incredible number of species for a subtropical region of its size and a visit to South Africa would not be complete without exploring the green province of KwaZulu-Natal. Image by Adam Riley. At 36,433 sq. Image by Adam Riley. Image by Adam Riley.
  • ECO CHIC  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 2010
    [Green] Chic Scents from Tallulah Jane and A Perfume Organic
    Then there’s A Perfume Organic , which offers two hand-crafted scents: A Perfume Organic Green (fruity rose, black truffle, soft herbal chamomile and sweet floral ylang ylang with a spicy wood finish) and A Perfume Organic Urban (sweet lemon sorbet with bourbon, tangy lime peel, basil & ginger, smoky vetiver and exotic angelica root).
  • ECO CHIC  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2009
    [Green] Get the Look: Fall Makeup 2009, Eco Chick Style
    Fair-skinned blondes will get along with blue-green while pale brunettes should seek out blue-purple. Images via Elle.com. Just like with fashion and accessories, makeup trends for Fall 2009 are dramatic, edgy and intense. This Sephora tutorial gives step-by-step instructions on how to get a smoky eye with color.
  • ECOFRIEND  |  SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2012
    [Green] A Himalayan resort made of dry stacking of stone and wood without cement
    The effect is same on green-activists as well! Deepon Mitra: Sitting in the foothills of the Western Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is place where natural beauty and architectural elegance sit together like two pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. The regions, that the state is divided into, have their own unique culture and architecture. Peace of Mind.
  • ECO CHIC  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010
    [Green] Herbs of Spring: Make Your Own Violet Syrup
    Don’t be put off by the very green and earthy smell of the steeping violets! Those tiny purple blossoms that are covering lawns, meadows and roadsides right now are much more than just ‘weeds’. The best part – it’s incredibly quick and easy. The final mixture is heavenly. used a ladle with a spout, along with a funnel. cups/500ml water.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2013
    [Green] Comparing Qatar Stadium to a Vagina is “Ridiculous” Says Zaha Hadid
    'I never thought that I would agree with Zaha Hadid , the Iraqi starchitect who has failed time and again to support the green building movement. But her dismissal of claims that the Al-Wakrah stadium looks like a vagina has my support. This despite the blogosphere’s insistence that the design looks like a vagina. That’s ridiculous.”.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 2013
    [Green] “Dubai’s Skyscrapers are Cheap” and “Anonymous” says Architect Franky Gehry
    For the record, there’s nothing particularly green about most of Gehry’s work, but at least you usually walk away from one of his works knowing exactly where it was built and by whom. That seems to be Gehry’s main complaint. Thankfully, there is some good news to report. So it’s not all bad. But some of it is.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013
    [Green] Lost In Translation Middle East Style
    Green Prophet reader Sa’ada once left a comment about shopping in Saudi. She 'As America hunts for clues on the Boston Bomber suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Laurie goes on with life and looks to the follies of communication in the Middle East. . Communication is key to everything. Need proof? I A friend instantly advises, “Your vision in f ed!”
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013
    [Green] Why Earth Hour Still Matters
    As I pointed out here in Green Prophet, modern electric lights are thousands of times more efficient than ancient candles. March 23 at 8:30 PM marks Earth Hour. Will you switch off? Writing for Slate magazine, Bjorn Lomborg argues against what he believes to be the futility of Earth Hour. So, what is the true value of Earth Hour ?
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2012
    [Green] Grim Greenhouse Gas Milestone Dims Hope for Less Climate Change
    Recent research shows that dinosaurs, which ate vast quantities of greens that were then digested and released as methane gas, may have caused the last global warming event. dangerous milestone. “It’s just a reminder to everybody that we haven’t fixed this, and we’re still in trouble.” ” Government failure.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2012
    [Green] Qatar (Still) Has the World’s Largest Carbon Footprint
    Despite various green initiative such as supporting local farms and ensuring that all new mosques were eco , they are still spewing record amounts of carbon for such a tiny nation. According to the World Wildlife Fund’s latest report, Qatar still has the world’s largest carbon footprint.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2012
    [Green] Abu Dhabi’s Masdar Institute Files U.S. Patent for Advanced Battery tech
    Masdar City is half-powered by solar, and has – as just one of the eco city’s carbon-conserving green city planning ideas  electric pod cars that move the city’s inhabitants  around using zero gasoline. Masdar Institute makes first foray into advanced lithium battery technology. Surprise ! patent United Arab Emirates
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2012
    [Green] Breastfeeding Goes Against Big Pharma Vaccines
    Tinamarie is the Green Love and Sex Columnist for Greenprophet. Is a two year old study pitting the natural immune benefits of mothers’ milk against the machine of big pharma? Breastfeeding rates globally and in the Middle East have varied over the past several years, with some advocates calling breastfeeding a fading art.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2011
    [Green] Amman’s New Mega-Mall is Antithesis of Sustainable Development
    At a minimum, they might have greened-up ongoing maintenance.  The Taj mall in Amman, Jordan seems as current and eco-sensitive as a polyester leisure suit. Access to its underground car park on Opening Day was blocked when a sheep sprinted from an adjacent field, a typically surreal Amman experience. Who’s shopping? 
  • SIGHTLINE DAILY  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2014
    [Green] A Mom Rediscovers Her Bike
    They’re the green lines on the two maps below. Image by Jennifer Langston For instance, there happens to be a new bike lane and road diet on Green Lake Way , which provided a missing chunk of connectivity in my neighborhood. 'My bike, complete with a working kickstand, 24 fully functioning gears, and a trail-a-bike hitch.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2013
    [Green] Better Place Investor Michael Granoff To Write Tell All Book
    He speaks with Green Prophet. But then again, it would seem that it is entirely in keeping with the government¹s attitude toward that cause,” he told Green Prophet. It went bankrupt this year. One of its first investors, and biggest backers Michael Granoff will be writing a tell-all book. We can’t wait to read his book.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2012
    [Green] Welcome 2013 at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week
    Think of Davos or the Aspen Institute: at this is a green conference on steroids panelists and audiences will convene to: Accelerate global adoption of renewable energy. Green Prophet’s been broadcasting Abu Dhabi’s environmental initiatives bespoke to Middle East applications. Address water challenges in arid regions.
  • GREEN PROPHET  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2011
    [Green] Tuataras Not Hybrids Rule the Road at Dubai Car Show
    When Green Prophet’s Tafline was in Abu Dhabi earlier this year she was flummoxed by the lack of pubic transportation in the region. An SSC Tuatara at 444km/hour or a Nissan Leaf? As Europe, North America and even Israel rolls out modest EVs and hybrid cars, they are a no-go for the luxury brand shoppers in the Gulf region.
  • ECOFRIEND  |  MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2012
    [Green] Maryville College gets EnerFusion's solar powered picnic tables
    Sonia Renthlei: Tennessee’s Maryville College has taken the green approach by installing solar powered picnic tables on its campus. The novel idea harnesses energy from the sun via rooftop solar panels that feed power to the tables to charge cellphones and laptops. Hangin’ at the Dok: Maryville College gets solar-powered picnic tables.
  • ECOFRIEND  |  THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012
    [Green] Module Soteria: Compact temporary shelter powered by clean energy
    Ultimately, nothing is more valuable than human life and when it comes to green technology, it is becoming more and more clear that alternate energy and green solutions are far more effective when it comes to disaster management and rehabilitation than conventional power. Soteria Temporary House. Picture Gallery. Via: Tuvie
  • ECOFRIEND  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2012
    [Green] Hein Eek’s wooden furniture items help reduce nature's burden
    Green lovers will surely get allured with the new line of furniture items that Hein Eek put on display at the Spazio Rosanna Orlandi in Milan last year. This green idea proffers much kindness to the nature. Abdul Vahid V: Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek has grabbed repute for his scarp wood furniture. Picture Gallery. Via: Core77
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