I love learning new things and researching what I can about those new things, be it the environment, sustainable practices, historical figures and locations, etymology, food in all of it's glorious forms, trends, DIY, and anything else that perks my interest.
The more I learn, the more I know how to do as well as the where/why/how/and whatfor regarding life as I understand it.
I'm again trying to grow some herbs, and hopefully won't kill them in the process (worst case scenario is that I'll have some fresh or dried rosemary and lavender to cook or infuse oils with). I'm a far better cook and carpenter than farmer.
If you happen to sign a petition or cause, please upload it to your Twitter and/or Facebook account. If it gets 1 additional signature, your 2 seconds were well worth it.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
being in NYC, and having worked at the mayor's company, I would minimally institute a policy of recycling for corporations (non-existant at his namesake which threw into the landfills thousands of bottles, cans, and other recyclable containers hourly) as well as improved recycling for residents--all containers (including yogurt), not just bottles. It's sad that this city doesn't do more.
The technology is here to utilise solar power--1 100x100 mile panel in the desert would power the entire US. In lieu of that, why not even opt for solar farms in the desert (with smaller panels). It would be great if even a small city like Las Vegas were powered entirely by solar--something easy to do with land which is not utilised at all.
My newest interest is bioalgae. Use it to clean up the CO2 emissions from factories, use it to create bio-diesel. As with solar, places like the desert are perfect for growing the green goo.