A Long Journey to TED

Green (Living) Review

LONG BEACH, CA, March 2011: Australian entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Liao has travelled from Europe by container ship to emphasize the environmental message of his short talk at TED in Long Beach on March 1st. To get to Long Beach he travelled by ferry, train, container ship and bus. Don't miss some details of his trip and how planting trees can restore our children's planet.

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9 Animal Cams You Need in Your Life

Nature Conservancy - Science

Which means I’m also the kind of person who has a long list of animal cam links on regular rotation in my bookmarks bar. But I also love these cams because they are an antidote to the despair I sometimes feel when it seems people are only growing more distant from the animals that share our planet. The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California has a fantastic portfolio of animal webcams in many of their exhibits.

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TAKING RESPONSIBILITY: 5th International Marine Debris Conference… Words from Roz Savage

Wend Magazine

We had spoken briefly before we set out on our respective voyages, me from San Francisco and them from Long Beach, and agreed that we really should collaborate with our campaigns.

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NCLR Releases Study about 'Bright Future' for Latinos in the Green.

Sierra Club Compass

  The five "bright green" metro areas described in this report are: Knoxville, Tennessee; McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas; Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, Arkansas; Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, California. Sierra Club® and "Explore, enjoy and protect the planet"® are registered trademarks of the Sierra Club. Compass. « Clean Energy Continues to Break Records, Lead the Way | Main.

Bike-Sharing Programs Hit the Streets in Over 500 Cities Worldwide

Green Blog

Cyclists have long entreated drivers to “share the road.” Urban transport advisor Peter Midgley notes that “bike sharing has experienced the fastest growth of any mode of transport in the history of the planet.” It certainly has come a long way since 1965, when 50 bicycles were painted white and scattered around Amsterdam for anyone to pick up and use free of charge. Miami Beach is planning to add 500 bikes to its current fleet of 1,000 as it extends into Miami this year.

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