For all of you struggling out there under hard times, this is for you. For anyone with a dream to quit their job and open up their storefront but can't do that due to finances, listen up. The Mayor of Braddock, PA
We posted about the Radius company's "Source" model toothbrush in 2007, when all-things corn were still the rage, saying: "The Source toothbrush helps to cut waste by using a reusable handle made of wood fiber, blended with a plastic derived from
In case you didn't know, the Solar Decathlon that descends upon Washington, DC each fall is a big deal. Students take off entire semesters (and even entire years) just to work full time on constructing
School is just barely getting underway right now. So aside from picking classes, checking out the Freshman look book, going to your green orientation and setting up your room, graduation is probably just a blip on your radar. Here
"14 inch Brown that took a size 26 spinner with antron wings," Spring Creek near State College, Pennsylvania. Image credit:John Gremmer, via Central Wisconsin Trout Unlimited
Remember that debate over whether 'little things' with lifestyle changes,
Remember those forged letters sent to a Virginia Congressman urging him to vote against the climate bill? The ones which claimed to be from an hispanic community group and from the NAACP? Well, five more fakes have been
Solar power negotiates the NASCAR "tricky triangle."
Image credit:Pocono Raceway website.
Pocono Raceway has announced installation of a three megawatt solar farm, sufficient to meet the entire track's electricity needs and to add power to the local
That's right, in communities across the US, recycling bins are now being outfitted with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips. And if you don't recycle, they'll let you know that they know.Savannah, GA,
PJM Interconnection is a regional transmission organization (RTO) that coordinates the movement of wholesale electricity in all or parts of 13 US states and the District of Columbia. The amount of renewable energy proposed
Trayless? Really? When I started hearing that colleges were going trayless all I could think was, "how is saving plastic by not using a couple of trays going to cut down on the environmental footprint of a campus that is the