Conserve Plastic Bags: Carnival of The Green #121 by Michelle Verges
"As I read this week's posts, I really began to appreciate and admire all the good things folks are doing in their part of the world. It's great to take a break from the usual (and hectic!) routine to recognize these efforts. So without further adieu, please enjoy this week's posts!"
Ecorazzi: Sundance’s THE GREEN Returns For Season Two by Michael d'Estries
"Our favorite hosts Simran Sethi and Majora Carter are back and ready to introduce us to a new buffet of original green programming on everything from climate change, energy, design, fashion and architecture. I was fortunate enough to receive a few screeners of the documentaries and series coming over the next couple months and can’t say enough about the quality of the programming."Good Clean Tech: EULO: Grey Water Management Kitchen Sink by Mariella Moon
"While there are people who don't have a care in the world about the amount of water they use, there are those who seek ways to manage their grey water output. This kitchen sink concept called EULO, designed by an Australian student from the University of New South Wales, could eliminate the wrinkle lines you're getting from thinking of how to conserve water."
Grist: Once More for Gore? by Team Grist
"You might want to sit down for this: Al Gore will announce his candidacy for president this week, knowledgeable sources tell Grist. There's an inconvenient truth for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Gore believes the two Democrats and Republican John McCain aren't giving climate change the urgent attention it deserves" Was this Tuesday's Best April Fools?
Valuing Nature: Sir Martin Sorrell on deliberate obsolescence by Tom Crompton
"Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of the global marketing group WPP, recently called for an end to deliberate obsolescence, citing Apple as a prime example of a company that exploits this as a strategy to flog more stuff."