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The Big Bat Year: A Quest to See the World’s Bats

Nature Conservancy - Science

Birding’s Big Year has become a major event. But bats? From the Field Wildlife Mammal Watching Traveling Naturalist

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Sam Waterston with Oceana Demand Plastic-Free Choices VIDEO

Green Living Guy

Actor and Oceana Board Member stars in new PSA campaign to stop On World Oceans Day, Oceana also released a Public Service Announcement (PSA). It’s starring actor and Oceana Board Member Sam Waterston. You might remember he was formerly in the TV show Law and Order.

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Sowing wildflower seed onto grass

Low Impact

Keen to transform your lawn into a wildflower meadow but not sure how? Nick Mann of Habitat Aid shares his guide to sowing wildflower seed onto grass. We’re often asked “Can I sow wildflower seed onto grass?”

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Caroline Chaptini sets Guinness World Record in Lebanon with caps

Green Prophet

After several months of daily solo work, environmental activist Caroline Chaptini, a Lebanese national set another Guinness World Records title, having put together the largest bottle cap mosaic in a public park in the town of Miziara in north Lebanon.

Rough, Rugged and Remote: Going the Distance to Save Cape Town’s Water

Nature Conservancy - Science

Here’s how the expedition started. We were flown in a bright-yellow chopper to the Boland Mountains on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa. Camping and abseiling gear: Check. Food supply: Check. The campsite was surveyed, coordinates were jotted and […]. From the Field Plants TNC Science

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Creating Power from Municipal Solid Waste – Best Use of Waste

Green Living Guy

First of all, solid waste is such a big issue. For it also affects the air we breathe. Because we live in a world that’s dirty. It’s one where technology has taken over. Moreover, I mean in every aspect of our lives. It also has contributed toward our mess. Yet Continue Reading.

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How accountants can use mutual credit to support small businesses during the post-covid slump

Low Impact

Are you an accountant? Do you have an accountant? Do you know an accountant?

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Expanding the Successful Sustainable Rivers Program

Nature Conservancy - Science

Dams aren’t going away. But a successful program better manages them for people and nature. From the Field Restoration Water

Lyft’s Electric-Vehicle Commitment a Valuable Step Toward Lowering Emissions

Green Living Guy

Statement by Don Anair, Union of Concerned Scientists Published Jun 17, 2020 OAKLAND, Calif. June 17, 2020)—The ride-hailing company Lyft has announced a plan to transition to all electric vehicles by 2030.

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Timberland invests in regenerative leather ranches

AGreenLiving

Timberland invests in regenerative leather ranches Deonna Anderson Fri, 06/19/2020 – 02:45 Regenerative agriculture practices have received a lot of attention in recent years, and much of the focus has been on food production.

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Chad Everett Harris on How Business Owners Are Dealing With COVID-19

Green Prophet

How Entrepreneurs and Proprietors are Addressing the Challenges of the Pandemic in the Midst of Unprecedented Economic Uncertainty. Due to the global spread of COVID-19, many traditional venues for conducting business have been severely restricted.

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Are You Following These 8 Important Things While Doing Gardening?

Green Living Guy

First of all, please utilize your yard more people. For there is Nothing is beautiful than turning part of it into a garden. However. Nothing is more Painful than a garden that won’t grow. I’d hear it all day from my wife if that happened. So regardless of whether Continue Reading.

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Governor Cuomo Announced 2.76 MW Baldwinsville Solar Project Serving Anheuser-Busch

Green Living Guy

Anheuser-Busch’s Largest Off-Site Installation in the Nation. Thereby enough to Brew Over 3 Million Cases of Beverages Annually. First of all, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the completion of a 2.76 megawatt solar project in Central New York.

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Hey urban farmers – the lead is still in your soil

Green Prophet

Lead from vehicles still very much a concern to people who care about our soil. We’ve all heard of lead – whether it’s lead-based paint or leaded gasoline. These applications are now things of the past, but do we still have a lead problem?

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Construction Completed on the Most Energy Efficient CDC in Hawaii

Green Living Guy

PEARL HARBOR (NNS) — Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii turned over the newest military Child Development Center (CDC) in the state to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) Morale, Welfare and Recreation Jan.

Why You Should Re-use Your Old Phone as a Dash Cam

Green Living Guy

If you’re like most Americans, you have an old phone laying around. You know; in a drawer somewhere. Many upgrade to the “newest model” every two years. Unfortunately, this leads to an incredible amount of e-waste. According to Planet Green Recycle, up to 70% of cell phones could be reused.

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Interview with plus Video of Green Celebrity Tanna Frederick

Green Living Guy

Tanna Marie Frederick (born 1979) is a stage and independent film actress who rose to prominence for my Project Save Our Surf for the Green Living Guy Continue Reading. The post Interview with plus Video of Green Celebrity Tanna Frederick appeared first on Green Living Guy.

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Palm Oil Giant Indofood Subsidiary Loses Sustainability Certification Over Labor Abuses

Green Living Guy

February 7, 2019 / Suspension of RSPO Membership Looms / San Francisco, CA The world’s largest palm oil certification scheme, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), ordered the suspension of the “sustainability” certificates of Indonesian palm oil giant Indofood’s subsidiary, London Sumatra (Lonsum).

Amazing Interior views of Tesla Semi plus it’s Safe!!

Green Living Guy

Now you might think the Tesla Motors semi; just a truck or a hauler. This Tesla Semi is like a spaceship inside. Plus it’s a real semi truck for shipping products across the Country. First of all, just look inside this thing!! So as Tesla reports: Unlike other trucks, the Continue Reading.

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Serbia’s Onshore Wind Installed Capacity Will Rise Rapidly to 522 Megawatts by 2025

Green Living Guy

Total Onshore Wind Total onshore wind installed capacity in Serbia will rise from 102.5 Megawatts (MW) in 2015 to an estimated 522 MW by 2025 even though Wind power is a fledgling source of renewable energy in Serbia. First of all, installed capacity of hydro power is 2,835 MW.

Billions deprived of the right to water

Green Living Guy

UNESCO Publication on behalf of UN Water Launch of the United Nations World Water Development Report Paris/Geneva, 19 March–First of all, access to water and sanitation is an internationally recognized human right. Yet more than two billion people lack the most basic of services.

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Abandoned wine factory is transformed into a luxury hotel by the sea

AGreenLiving

On Greece’s idyllic Kourouta beach, Athens-based k-studio has converted a derelict wine factory from the 1920s into the Dexamenes Seaside Hotel , a stunning boutique hotel with enviable views of the sea in the western Peloponnese.

Summer gardening tips for a great harvest

AGreenLiving

When the much-anticipated summer season finally arrives, make the most of your garden time with a checklist of ongoing tasks that will keep your plants healthy year-round. Clean up Much of your clean up might have taken place in the spring.

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Earth911 Inspiration: When Wild Places End

AGreenLiving

Today’s quote is from environmental advocate David Brower: “The wild … The post Earth911 Inspiration: When Wild Places End appeared first on Earth911.com. View original post here: Earth911 Inspiration: When Wild Places End.

154 elephants have mysteriously died in Botswana

AGreenLiving

Botswana wildlife conservation officials are investigating the mysterious death of 154 elephants in just 3 months. Wildlife officers in the country have said that there has been a sudden surge in deaths of elephants in the northwestern part of the country.

The Denali XL is a spacious, rustic tiny home on wheels

AGreenLiving

Offered by Alabama-based Timbercraft Tiny Homes, the spacious and rustic Denali XL tiny home is based on the popular, smaller Denali model. Denali XL features 399 square feet of floor space, not including the 65-square-foot loft above the bathroom.

10 Books to Counter Consumerism

AGreenLiving

We are constantly bombarded by messages that tell us we … The post 10 Books to Counter Consumerism appeared first on Earth911.com. See original here: 10 Books to Counter Consumerism.

NBBJ to design Tencents futuristic Net City in Shenzhen

AGreenLiving

Global design firm NBBJ has won an international competition to design Net City, a 2-million-square-meter masterplanned Shenzhen district for Tencent, China’s largest internet company.

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Passive House-certified development offers affordable housing in South Bronx

AGreenLiving

New York City-based Curtis + Ginsberg Architects has completed Park Avenue Green, the largest Passive House development in North America that is inspirational in more ways than one.

3 keys for scaling nature-based solutions for climate adaptation

AGreenLiving

3 keys for scaling nature-based solutions for climate adaptation Jonathan Cook Wed, 06/17/2020 – 00:30 This article originally was published in World Resources Institute. In Indonesia, climate change is already a pernicious threat.

Maven Moment: Father’s Day

AGreenLiving

As Father’s Day draws near, I find my thoughts turning … The post Maven Moment: Father’s Day appeared first on Earth911.com. Go here to see the original: Maven Moment: Father’s Day.

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Can eating cicadas solve the sustainable protein problem?

AGreenLiving

Have you ever considered eating insects as a source of protein? If your answer is no, now may be the time to reconsider. According to a study by the University of Copenhagen, eating insects is more sustainable than eating livestock.

Explore eerie wonders at the Museum of Underwater Art

AGreenLiving

Four years after its initial conception, Australia’s Museum of Underwater Art has finally opened to the public, becoming the first-ever underwater art museum in the Southern Hemisphere.

E-Waste: What Happens When We Fail To Recycle Electronics

AGreenLiving

Today, the average person owns three to four electronic devices. … The post E-Waste: What Happens When We Fail To Recycle Electronics appeared first on Earth911.com. Go here to see the original: E-Waste: What Happens When We Fail To Recycle Electronics.

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We Earthlings: Reduce Food Waste, Reduce Carbon Footprint

AGreenLiving

The average American wastes approximately 400 pounds of food each … The post We Earthlings: Reduce Food Waste, Reduce Carbon Footprint appeared first on Earth911.com. More here: We Earthlings: Reduce Food Waste, Reduce Carbon Footprint.

Prefab, floating waterlilliHaus is completely self-sustaining in Brazil

AGreenLiving

Brazilian construction company SysHaus has recently installed a new prefab home that generates its own energy as it floats on an idyllic São Paulo lake. Dubbed the waterlilliHaus, the plug-and-play home is the floating version of the lilliHaus, the largest option in SysHaus’ lineup of prefab homes.

Hawk Nest House combines rammed earth and local stone

AGreenLiving

This stunning 4,585 square foot home in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico exemplifies sustainable indoor-outdoor living at its finest.