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Green Wine? Yes. French Rabbits, Grape Powered Trucks, and Shaved Trees Oh My!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: business, conservation, CoolStuff, coolstuff, design, eco-friendly, ecosystems, energy, environment, food, green, greenproducts, health, healthy, organic, recycling, sustainable, technology )

Paul
- 3915 days ago - ecopreneurist.com
There are many ways to green your wine, beyond merely going organic or biodynamic. This article starts a good conversation on the possibilities.
Sustainability and Google's 10th Anniversary
World  (tags: GoodNews, interesting, sustainability, philanthropy, Google, Global Philanthropy Forum, Hippo Water Roller, Refugees&Relief, humans, social ventures, social entrepreneurs )

Leah
- 3915 days ago - inspiredeconomist.com
Google is providing the money. You provide the idea to improve the world. This post also describes the Global Philanthropy Forum and the Hippo Water Roller.
Japanese Schools Serve Whale Meat Despite Toxic Mercury Levels
Animals  (tags: animalcruelty, animalrights, conservation, cruelty, death, endangered, environment, humans, protection, wildlife )

Sarah
- 3916 days ago - planetsave.com
Japanese schools are serving whaleburgers and whale nuggets dipped in sweet and sour sauce. Some schools take children on field trips to view whale slaughtering. Although whale meat can have toxic levels of mercury and many believe whaling is inhumane
It's Not Called Permissive Parenting
Health & Wellness  (tags: attachment parenting, positive discipline )

Derek
- 3916 days ago - attachmentparenting.org
Giving a child free rein doesn't seem to be very effective in the long run. I think there's a middle ground that is respectful to the parents and the child, and that effectively teaches the skills for family living and involvement with the rest of society
Potential Cure for Malaria Discovered in Rainforests of Costa Rica
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, illness, science, study, disease, drugs, medicine, research )

Gavin
- 3918 days ago - ecoworldly.com
A team of researchers things some of Costa Rica's plant species might contain medicinal properties to help stop malaria and other diseases.
Addressing Women's Vulnerability to Climate Change
Environment  (tags: africa, world, education, climate-change )

Gavin
- 3918 days ago - ecoworldly.com
In many parts of Africa, climate change threatens to unravel women's lives putting paid decades of efforts aimed at improving women's lives and livelihoods. Unfortunately, women in rural areas lack of knowledge on the dangers posed by climate change.
Einstein Refrigerator Making a Comeback?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco-friendly, environment, greenproducts, greenliving, energy, Albert Einstein, cooling, cooling systems, Einstein, freon, freon gas, ozone hole, refrigeration, refrigeration systems, refrigerator )

Max
- 3917 days ago - cleantechnica.com
Albert had the right idea, a refrigerator that ran without electricity. Unfortunately, he apparently got too busy and didn't follow-up. Now, there may be hope for millions without refrigeration.
Pig Nightmare of Vegetarian Driver
Offbeat  (tags: humor, interesting, off-beat, animals, German, germany, pigs, slaughterhouse, vegan, vegatarian )

Max
- 3921 days ago - ecoscraps.com
These little piggies were going to market, when......
How Do You Know Web Conferencing Really Saves Resources?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: business, CO2emissions, conservation, coolstuff, CoolStuff, eco-friendly, design, energy, environment, globalwarming, goodnews, green, greenproducts, interesting, Sustainabililty, sustainable, travel, technology )

Paul
- 3922 days ago - ecopreneurist.com
We all know web conferencing saves time, money, and emissions compared to traveling to meet in person. But for the bean counters, how much? The Green Meter now tells you, per person, exactly how much, making the abstract concrete.
 
 
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