TH Blog Love — Our Favourite Greens Of The Week
Amazon.com Green Life: A Different Environmental Crisis: Questions for Al Gore by Tom. "Whether he's running in 2008 or not, Al Gore is busily staking his claim as the leading voice of the Democratic Party. With the success of his Oscar-winning documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, marking the end of his time in the wilderness, the losing party in Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98, has returned with The Assault on Reason."
Everyday trash: Carnival of the Green # 78 by Leila Darabi
"This week, everydaytrash is proud to host Carnival of the Green, a roving roundup of the very best in green blog posts designed to amaze, delight and drive Web traffic." Grist: Murdoch, She Wrote by Amanda Griscom Little
"When Rupert Murdoch, the cantankerous and conservative owner of Fox News, enthusiastically joins the fight against climate change, you know we're past the tipping point on the issue. Think landslide."
Inhabitat: Haute Green 2007 by Jill Fehrenbacher
"Thank you so much to everyone who came down to HauteGREEN this year. The show gets better and better every year, and we were thrilled to be a part of it. If you missed it this year - fear not — we’ll be putting together some videos about the show in general and the different panels. In the interim, read on for our photos from the best and the brightest eco-design show in NYC."
R3 Project: Happy Birthday to Us by Petz Scholtus
Congrats to Petz and Sergio of the R3 Project who celebrate the first birthday of their eco-restoration project. "It started with an ethical mortgage, an eco move and since then we have finished the renovation, we have moved in and now we are busy with the interiors, furniture, composting and spring gardening on the balcony."