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A Carbon-Neutral Scuba Diving Trip

Jan 9th, 2011 | By
A Carbon-Neutral Scuba Diving Trip

First “Carbon-Neutral” Scuba Diving Travel Offered in Washington, DC Blue Planet Scuba, a new scuba diving organization that opened in Dupont Circle in October, announced today the first program of “carbon neutral” scuba travel opportunities for DC, Maryland, and Virginia divers. The first of these trips will be to Cozumel, Mexico February 18 – 22nd
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Make Renewable Energy Part of Your New Year’s Resolution

Jan 8th, 2011 | By
Make Renewable Energy Part of Your New Year’s Resolution

Choose Renewable Energy as Your New Year’s Resolution Ahead of Christmas and the start of a brand new year, millions of us are weakly formulating a New Year’s resolution that invariably consists of gym memberships, nicotine patches and frankly numerous intentions that fall apart in February. But this year, how about doing something a little
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Herbs Year-Round with Grobal

Jan 1st, 2011 | By
Herbs Year-Round with Grobal

Growing Green with Grobal in the Kitchen It’s easy to grow fresh herbs year-round with Grobal. Grobal (http://www.grobalworld.com) is well known for its modern, contemporary look and ease of growing plants – even for the brownest of green thumbs – due to the self watering feature the Karim Rashid design is based on. However, Grobal
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Chlordane Pesticides Still Pose a Threat

Dec 28th, 2010 | By
Chlordane Pesticides Still Pose a Threat

Dangers from Chlordane Pesticides Still a Threat The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) banned all uses of chlordane in 1983 except when being used for termite control purposes. It was banned by the EPA for all applications in 1988 because of health and environmental concerns. Between 1948 and 1988 the pesticide was used extensively
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Starbucks Cutting Energy Consumption by 80% by Using LED Lighting

Dec 15th, 2010 | By
Starbucks Cutting Energy Consumption by 80% by Using LED Lighting

Starbucks to cut energy consumption by 80% with LED lighting Starbucks replaced its incandescent and halogen lighting with LEDs lighting in a move meant to cut energy consumption by 80%. Starbucks recently finished replacing nearly all of its incandescent and halogen lighting with LED lighting during a two-year roll-out, in what is the largest deployment
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Investing in Algae Biofuel Development

Dec 1st, 2010 | By
Investing in Algae Biofuel Development

Government and Corporations Investing in Algae Biofuel Development Organizations are investing in algae biofuel programs including NASA, which is experimenting with jet fuel from algae, and Solazyme which has raised $52 million for biofuel from algae development, according to the Biofuel from Algae Market Potential report. Algae is becoming one of the most promising sources
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Green Tourism Business Scheme’s Support for Rural Communities

Nov 22nd, 2010 | By
Green Tourism Business Scheme’s Support for Rural Communities

Royal Recognition for Green Tourism Business Scheme’s Support for Rural Communities Perthshire businesswoman and Environmental tourism champion Andrea Nicholas was yesterday part of a delegation honoured by Her Majesty the Queen to celebrate the contribution made by the rural community to life in Britain. As the founder and Managing Director of the Green Tourism Business
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Green Energy – Make Solar Power

Nov 1st, 2010 | By
Green Energy – Make Solar Power

Guide Make Solar Panels – Make Solar Power Solar power is the process of using sunlight and turning it into an energy source, one that can power all your electrical appliances. It has become a reliable environmentally friendly (green) alternative to regular grid power sources. The process of photoelectric application involves the use of photovoltaic
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Benchmarking of Wind with Solar Energy

Oct 29th, 2010 | By
Benchmarking of Wind with Solar Energy

Market Attractiveness Analysis between Wind and Solar Energy Wind and solar are clean renewable energy resources available in abundance across all the regions. The business of generating electricity from the wind and solar is growing and is poised for rapid expansion as U.S, China and rest of the world are looking for cleaner and more
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Specialty Pipelines for Renewable and Alternative Energy Substances

Oct 8th, 2010 | By

Renewable & Alternative Energy Substances and the Role of Specialty Pipelines Bharatbook added a new report on “Specialty Pipelines for Renewable and Alternative Energy Substances” which gives the Trends in Renewable and Alternative Energy Substances Production. The world is rushing to harness alternative and renewable energy sources, and global specialty pipeline infrastructure is jumping to
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