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Sunday, October 24th, 2010
  • food rule #20: It’s not food if it arrived through the window of your car. #

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Thought About Recycling To Clean Up Congress?

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

The United States is late getting on the Go Green bandwagon. Most European countries are committed to cleaning up the environment. In the U.S., we have too much politics. Americans create too much waste. We bought into the disposable mindset…Just throw it away. We need to recycle more. Businesses which recycle usually save money and have more efficient operations. Waste management is good business.

 

In the election 2008, Americans voted for change. I’m not sure how effective the current US Congress has been…You be the judge. How about electing all new faces in the United States government, at least the legislative branch. Forget the campaign promises. Whether Republicans or Democrats, why not recycle our senators and representatives.

Let’s clean up the politics.

Go Green with Congress.

Recycle!

A little political humor below…

The Green Plan

GOAL FOR 2010
A great idea for 2010!!!!
Let’s make it happen!
Finally, a Green Plan we can all get behind.
terms;

one in office, one in federal prison.
Recycle Congress, a Green Plan

Now where to put them. Do you know of a suitable recycling center?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sunday, August 8th, 2010
  • Financing needed to send thousands of recycled soap bars to Kenya refugee camp…tax deductible http://bit.ly/bHu4yN #

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Sunday, July 25th, 2010

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Sunday, July 18th, 2010

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Southeast Bioenergy Conference

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

“Building a Vibrant Renewable Energy Market for the Southeast”
is the theme for the
5th Annual Southeast Bioenergy Conference.
August 3 – 5, 2010
in Tifton, Georgia

Find out about bioenergy, renewable energy,  clean energy technology, biomass, biofuels, solar,  geothermal,  green construction,  ethanol and green cities.



For more information visit www.sebioenergy.org

Was Earth Month A Disaster?

Sunday, July 11th, 2010

Earth Day was 27 March 2010. And as part of Earth Day there was the lights out Earth Hour initiative. A billion people in 4000 cities worldwide turned off their lights for 1 hour. The Earth Hour event was declared a success.

Since I sell environmentally friendly products, I go to a lot of “green” events. And the week before and after Earth Day was chock full of events. Everyone was trying to ride the “go green” wave and to capitalize on the interest and focus on going green. We had the illusion that many supported the save energy, save the earth, save the environment, save the planet movement. That was the end of March.

But what happened in the next 30 days?

  • 25 people died in the West Virgina coal mine tragedy
  • Oil spill near Australia
  • And the now infamous Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion and the resulting BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico

The BP’s oil spill is the biggest ever in the United States, but it’s not the biggest in history – yet. The largest oil spill was intentionally caused by Iraq in 1991 during the Persian Gulf war. We can certainly find fault with British Petroleum in this disaster. But the US government is not blameless either. BP is trying to stop the flow and clean up the oil that has already spilled into the Gulf of Mexico, Who know how much oil will continue to spill into the gulf and for how long? This oil spill doesn’t take first place honors yet, but it could get there.

And Earth Day kicked off a month full of disasters…

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Should We Chose Local Or Organic Foods?

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
It’s good to support local farmers. It helps the local economy. And since there is a shortage of farmers, anything we can do to encourage farming nationally or locally would be helpful to our futures and our future physical health.

One theory is that your body has adapted to works best if you eat food and produce that are ripe in your area. So in summer you eat the foods that are harvested in the summer in your region of the country. That was a healthy way of eating in the past. But with people moving around so much, I’m not sure that theory is practical or meaningful.

Then there is the subject of organics, which I wrote about in my prior post. Those who feel very strongly about organics believe that it is better to eat organic foods that may have to be transported th