Daily Archives: June 22, 2011

Recycling: From Trash to Art

http://www.trendhunter.com/tv Boost your environmental conscious with this dose of great ideas for recycling garbage into art. Instead of just crumpling up your wrapping paper and throwing away those holiday ’empties’, why not make something unique? Freaky doll chandeliers, gift wrap … Continue reading

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The Art & Fun ways to use your old CDs

TinCan’s Vince Hunt meets Lee Middlehurst who uses waste CDs and DVDs to create these beautiful works of art, each shard being individually hand-crafted to produce very unique pieces of work. See more on http://www.TinCan.tv This is a fun way … Continue reading

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How To Reduce Your Garbage Output: Reduce Reuse Recycle

The average American throws away four pounds of garbage a day. But with a little effort, you can whittle your waste way down. To complete this How-To you will need: A compost heap Reusable shopping totes Recycling bins Step 1: … Continue reading

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How to Reuse Everyday Items: Reduce Reuse Recycle

Your friends might think you’ve gone totally gonzo for green, but learning to put household items to surprising recycled uses saves you money and helps the environment. To complete this How-To you will need: A commitment to recycling An ability … Continue reading

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BedZed (UK): Carbon neutral homes

The United Kingdom aims to make all new homes carbon neutral after 2016. In the first of a new series of reports from the UK, we visit the BedZED community in London. Solar cells, a biofuel generator, and natural lighting … Continue reading

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BedZED eco-village inspires green living in Asia (03 Jun 2011)

BedZED eco-village inspires green living in Asia By Augustine Anthuvan | Posted: 03 June 2011 2048 hrs LONDON: Locals here have dubbed it “Teletubby-land” because of these distinctive coloured wind cowls coupled with the sky gardens. These multi coloured wind … Continue reading

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Recycling Solutions – eCycle Solutions: Electronics Recycling

eCycle Solutions is Canada’s only national electronics recycler with six facilities in five provinces. We are audited and approved under all existing stewardship programs and provide secure, transparent and environmentally responsible electronics recycling solutions.

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Bedzed EcoVillage (UK): A Job of the Future

Jenny from Bioregional describes their network of sustainable communities across the world from Bed Zed Eco village london to China and Portugal. Welcome to BioRegional Delivering practical solutions for sustainability BioRegional is an entrepreneurial charity which initiates and delivers practical … Continue reading

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We CANada: Earth Summit 2012

We Canada host, Zara Durrani, asked Severn few key questions about the upcoming Earth Summit 2012 and how can Canadians get involved. WE CANADA is a nation-wide movement that brings the diversity of Canadian voices to the Earth Summit 2012, … Continue reading

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Blogs in the ESL Classroom: Is This A Good Way To Learn English?

Description: This is a video-interview of my ESL students in the ESL Program at The University of Mississippi. At the end of the fall semester 2007 they had to create their own blogs and share their videos, pictures and culture … Continue reading

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