May 2007

A Rant on Recycling

May 31, 2007

I live in a nice neighborhood. The median income is high enough that I am sure the people here are smart and hard working. We even have a lot of stay at home parents (like me). So when I see trash cans out and there are cardboard boxes sticking out the top, or cardboard boxes […]

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Exxon Mobile to Discuss Alternative Energy

May 30, 2007

Today the shareholders at Exxon Mobile meet to discuss the future of their investments into the development of alternative energy sources. Of course, company management does not think it to be a profitable endeavor and will discourage shareholders from proposing such investments, citing them as unprofitable and unnecessary. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find […]

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5 Small Things That Make A Big Difference When Saving The Planet: Traveling

May 30, 2007

This is the second installment of the series of 5 small things that can make a difference. Today we will talk about traveling, moving from point a to point b. Local Tourism A lot of people are ignorant of the sightseeing and natural wonders around their own areas. For example: I live in NYC. This […]

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Wind Energy In High Demand

May 29, 2007

According to the AWEA (American Wind Energy Association), the number of wind energy turbines (windmills) are at an all time high. At Yale University a study was conducted by AWEA and they concluded that 9 out of 10 Americans would like more wind energy now. A single 1.5 MW turbine offsets 13 tons of sulfur […]

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Too much corn

May 28, 2007

Since it is Memorial Day weekend, I have gone on a trip. I drove for about 200 miles or so on rural roads. Everywhere I look, there is corn just starting to pop up. In fields where there were soybeans last year and the year before, there is corn. Every farmer has watched the price […]

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