DeSmog's New Election Blog, Inhabitat at London Design Festival, Ecomii's prescription for Babies, and More
Closet Environmentalist: Carnival of the Green #147! by Alina Beloussova"As you can see, I am on a sort of hiatus right now (busy busy!) and this here little blog is looking as neglected as the environment in a Sh≪ board meeting. Well… sorry about that. I’ll be back soon. Don’t you quit on me now, all 6 of you!"
Ecomii: Greene's Organic Prescription Just For Babies by Dr. Alan Greene"If I were going to pick only one time of life to eat organic, it would be from conception through age three. Our bodies and our brains grow faster during this period than at any later time. Babies eat more than adults, pound for pound, and are more vulnerable to environmental toxins."Elections DeSmogBlog: New DeSmog Site Clears Election Pollution by Richard Littlemore"Given the recent (i.e. George Bush-induced) climate policy in the United States, U.S. voters are choosing between one candidate (John McCain) who is better than the last guy and one who may actually show leadership on this, the most important environmental issue in human history."
Inhabitat: London Design Festival 2008 - Inhabitat’s Highlights! by Antonia Halse"This year’s London Design Festival was an incredible event that showcased some of the world’s most acclaimed designers in addition to a host of upcoming talents. From innovative furnishings and lighting solutions to clothing and accessories, this year’s event featured a variety of cutting-edge concepts in sustainable design."
R3 Project: Good Rugs by Nani Marquina by Petz Scholtus"It was love at first sight when we saw it at a Nani Marquina sample sale in Poblenou some 2 years ago. Its warm, bright yellow colour and its corn-on-the-cob-like texture make a great contrast with our lush tea-coloured cork floor. But there is much more to this Barcelona-based designer’s rugs than great designs that meet the eye (and toes)"