Senator Obama does not have a perfect rating from the League of Conservation Voters (LCV). Though he scored 100% in 2006, that dropped to 67% in 2007 after he missed four votes due to the campaign.
Monthly Archives: August 2008
Taking off from the northern end of Sydney’s gigantic bridge, we sped across the famous harbor, watching sailboats gather beneath the steel structure and the city opening up behind us. We headed to a tiny spit of land to pull weeds with Conservation Volunteers Australia.
A Hammock in the Palms: Bangaram Island is a model tropical island: white sand, turquoise lagoon, green coconut palm trees, coral reefs and thatched-roof cottages. And the it’s putting environmental concerns first.
People are now evaluating all aspects of their lives through a green lens, including their most intimate encounters. Lest no area of one’s ecological overhaul go unexamined, here are some thoughts on greening one’s sex life.
Old mattresses are environmental freeloaders. Those creaky, lumpy mattresses are made up of almost a half dozen intricately interwoven materials, making them extremely difficult to break down or recycle.
When we invest in recycling companies, we’re investing in energy efficiency—it takes much less energy to make new materials from old ones than from fresh cut trees or mined metals.
Companies such as eGO Vehicles, EVTAMERICA and Veloteq can put you in the saddle of serious, street-legal electric two-wheelers for between $1,500 and $2,900.
Oxygen-starved ocean zones are expanding, thanks in part to warmer global temperatures, according to new research published in the journal Science.