You can check out how our 300 evacuated tube solar thermal system is doing here:
Added by Mann Plumbing Inc. Solar Energy on July 30, 2009 at 3:08pm —
GMO Scandal: The Long Term Effects of Genetically Modified Food on Humans
F. William Engdahl
July 29, 2009
One of the great mysteries surrounding the spread of GMO plants around the world since the first commercial crops were released in the early 1990’s in the USA and Argentina has been the absence… Continue
Added by Robert on July 29, 2009 at 2:43pm —
DNR grants available for urban trees
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry's 2009 grant program Make Your Trees Count makes available approximately $110,000 in grant funds for municipalities and non-profits to use for public tree inventories and tree-planting projects.
Applicants may request funds ranging from $2,500 to $15,000. Projects must show an equal match, which can be a mix of cash and in-kind services. All… Continue
Added by Eric Stallsmith on July 29, 2009 at 11:41am —
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Added by LuCinda Hohmann on July 27, 2009 at 2:43pm —
At least 200 tons of sand have been delivered to the Garfield Park Arts Center
, where it will be sculpted into a 100-ton pirate ship and five other pirate-themed creations. At the southside Indianapolis park, sculptors from The Sand Sculpture Company of Woodstock, Ill., will… Continue
Added by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp on July 26, 2009 at 8:25pm —
Here in Indiana thrift is a way of life, so when I saw this challenge in New York, I set out to chart our spending habits for the week of July 19th through July 25th to make a greener Indiana. Join me in this penny pinching challenge and share your results. Change your thinking about what you need on a weekly basis.
THE $100 CHALLENGE RULES
What they did: Recorded their spending over an entire week in an attempt to stay under a $100.
What counts: Groceries,… Continue
Added by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on July 26, 2009 at 2:49pm —
does anyone know about community and/or school gardens in indianapolis--where are they? who's running them?, etc?
Added by michelle mondia on July 26, 2009 at 4:23am —
I was in a business networking meeting today and the conversation came out about environment and energy and how the real estate market is going to be affected if a proposed legislature gets through. Efficiency standards are going to make it very difficult to sell a home. Energy standards will have to be met for windows, insulation, roofs, etc. before homes can be sold including older homes. There is going to be clearing house set up to check out these parameters. There will be no normal home… Continue
Added by Bill Silva on July 24, 2009 at 8:10pm —
Don’t get me wrong, I love hybrids. What I love most about the two hybrids we’ve had is just how often the gas engine is NOT running! It’s so quiet sitting at a stoplight without an idling engine or crusing down the road on only electric power. In fact, this got me thinking: why can’t I just buy an all-electric car?
I know what you’re thinking: electric cars are strange looking and slow, or they’re just too expensive (think Tesla!) Not true!! People have been converting normal… Continue
Added by Patrick Roth on July 23, 2009 at 7:02pm —
Billions of People Expected to Die Under Current Codex Alimentarius Guidelines
July 21, 2009
Your right to eat healthy food and use supplements of your choice is rapidly vanishing, but every effort has been made to keep you in the dark about the coming nutricide. Codex Alimentarius is scheduled for full global… Continue
Added by Robert on July 21, 2009 at 5:23pm —
Hi, and Welcome to my blog about my tiny house adventure. I am posting this blog to share my tiny house experience with others that are interested in the process and to help others decide weather or not it is for them. I am also creating this blog because i would like to document my experience building it and living in it to show others how it is very possible to live simply and still live comfortably.
The reason i got hooked on building a tiny house is mainly my love for the… Continue
Added by Kris Kehe / EcoGreenGlobe on July 19, 2009 at 11:03pm —
...as the Market marches toward the Future.
Is the “education system” in the USA “broken,”
and if so, how does one “fix” it? By the standards usually applied in the USA to "efficiency, predictability. calculability and control," yes, it’s broken. The cost-per-student is going up; the “test scores” are going down. What to do? Simple: apply the tried-and-proven contemporary American method that is now applied to all “social… Continue
Added by waldopaper on July 15, 2009 at 11:35am —
For Immediate Release
Contacts: LuCinda Hohmann, Environment America, cell: 715-379-9412
Kyle Cline, Richard Lugar Center for Renewable Energy, 317-278-4723
Indiana Experts Call For a Transition to a Clean Energy Economy
Economic, business, faith, science, and national security experts support global warming solutions
Indianapolis—Experts from across the state came together today in Indianapolis to discuss clean energy solutions to global warming that… Continue
Added by LuCinda Hohmann on July 14, 2009 at 10:57am —
Me and my friend Melissa started up a blog talking about all types of things surrounding green living. We cover spirituality, gardening/wildcrafting, healthy eating, hiking/camping, etc. If you're interested check out the post below and the site is http://evolvingeden.com. Thanks!
Krissy and I met about a year ago I suppose, I was selling my handmade necklaces and she bought one. We discovered similarities immediately. We were both vegetarians who sometimes ate fish. We both… Continue
Added by Krissy on July 14, 2009 at 10:43am —
Call the police and get them here quick. My PC is attacking me and our planet. It has caused me to have heart surgery
") and will soon cost me more as I continue to gain weight and now consider lap band
or some other weight loss surgery. It is a major culprit in global warming too. It is… Continue
Added by Lincoln Builds on July 6, 2009 at 1:36pm —
Michael Jackson's estate has chosen to bury the Indiana "King of Pop" in the "Promethean" casket which features 14-carat gold plated hardware and an exclusive double locking system. The interior of the casket is handcrafted by a master seamstress in Batesville, Indiana. The resulting casket is a tribute to the quality and craftsmanship of artisans in the areas of welding, polishing, metal working, and finishing fabrics.
This garish display of burial reminded me of a poem titled "The… Continue
Added by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on July 4, 2009 at 8:00am —
Recently my sister and I opened a craft business and I was looking for a company that we could use for image hosting and I came across www.use.com they hosted my images for free and had templates that I could use when I sell products on ebay and craigslist. We started are business with no money using only recycled material. As most businesses we struggled and had to be creative in our marketing. That is how I found use.com cause it offered all of its services free. Ok just want to share our… Continue
Added by cyndi on July 3, 2009 at 12:13pm —
Living a green life doesn’t mean you have to be a die-hard treehugger. A green life is as much about our health and well being as it is about the earth and our environment. A life with less disease and sickness through simple choices about the products we use and their impact on our bodies. We spend a lot of time at home in our kitchens. It’s the heart of the house and the one room we should consider when going green.
1. Use natural plant-based cleaners that do not contain harmful… Continue
Added by Mathew Standish on July 2, 2009 at 11:30am —