One of my colleagues showed me this site today and it looks really good. This is a link to their blog page. This group has some pretty high priced help on their roster. From Harrison Ford to Hillary Clinton, they seem to have the bases covered. One of the environmental movement needs more of is […]
You may think it a bit of a stretch to link exercise to the environment, but I think it is pretty appropriate. What got me thinking about it was an article on CBC.ca that pointed to the following YouTube video. I hope that after watching the video you agree with me. The video is by Toronto’s Dr. […]
I am constantly looking for good environmental blogs and have been following a really good one lately named “Environmental world for all”. The site is authored by a university student in peace studies with minor in environmental studies. One of the author’s recent posts discusses the benefits of solar LEDs for use as Christmas lights. It is a […]
Sometimes being environmentally friendly means using new technologies like solar and wind power, but sometimes it is simply about doing what we have always done, but doing it in a smarter way. URISA, an association of GIS professionals, has an annual competition for students in the GIS field to produce papers and posters on using GIS to […]
I just read an interesting paper from the MIT Centre for Energy and Environmental Policy Research and it had some interesting things to say about bio-fuels and politics. The paper Some Inconvenient Truths About Climate Change Policy: The Distributional Impacts of Transportation Policies (August 2011), by Stephen P. Holland, Jonathan E. Hughes Christopher R. Knittel and Nathan […]
Want an interesting way to explain to kids how consumer demand is created? Want to get some interesting facts about bottled water? What to know what cap-and-trade really means and whether it is a good thing or not? Want to know what all our electronic toys cost the planet? Why not mosey over to the […]
One thing that has always bothered me about being an environmentalist is that there is never enough good information available to the consumer allowing them to make intelligent decisions. Case in point … what kind of lightbulbs to use in the house to reduce the total carbon footprint and to be generally green.
For years now, we have been asked to consider moving to compact fluorescent lightbulbs because they last longer and they are far more efficient than the incandescent bulbs we have used for the last hundred years or so. Continue reading “How do you decide which green technology to use to light your home.”
Got 5 minutes? Spend it watching the worlds’s energy history at the “Fighting for Hope’s” blog. Show it to your kids and to their teachers. 300 Years of Fossil Fuels in (About) 300 Seconds « Fighting for Hope’s Blog.
This is a bit of a departure from my past two posts, but I just saw this film and wanted to share the experience…
Ever wondered what makes the planet tick? Ever wonder whether humanity is really having an effect on the planet and how it works? Do you have children or grand children? Want to see some amazing photography and hear some thoughtful commentary on these subjects? Got a spare 90 minute?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, treat yourself to a breathtaking, if at times depressing experience and watch the film “Home (the movie)“. Continue reading “What are we doing to the planet? Watch the film “Home” to find out!”