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Archive for July, 2012

Making Organic dresses present funny challenge

By Anny on July 31st, 2012

Eco dresses

Making the organic dresses for your kids is really an interesting challenge for moms, and they make many of such organic dresses during summer season for their kids. Organic dresses are eco-friendly dresses and highly preferred by mothers.

The pink bunny blouses and ho-hum polo shirts will not do for today eco fashion kid simply. After the introduction of Teres Kids collection of Yoga Pants, velour dresses and billowing, hoodies with fold over waists for wee ones, we are naturally turned green. (more…)

Gorgeous WEwood watches made of Salvaged wood on Sale in Egypt

By Anny on July 29th, 2012

WEwood watches

WEwood watches are the brainchild of an Italian shoemaker who has interest to design new styles of watches, along with two other entrepreneurs who agreed with him to restore the earth we devoured in just 250 years, and they all have developed a business which has been expanded from Florence, Italy to Los Angeles and now grown in Cairo also. (more…)

Nuclear Energy Prospective To Reduce Global Warming

By Dev on July 28th, 2012

Nuclear Energy prospective to reduce global warming

The energy produced from fossils fuel including petrol, oil and other fossil products release sulpher and carbon dioxide into the air which are both  much dangerous gases and polluting the air we breathe, these are not only polluting the environment but also the lives of living things on the globe.

Can nuclear power plants mitigate the effects of global warming?

Nuclear energy is used for the generation and production of electrical power. Therefore only possible way to reduce the emission of CO2 is if nuclear power plants are used instead of other CO2 emitting power production techniques. This is in particular the case for electrical generation plants fuelled by coal, oil or gas. The CO2 emission can indeed be reduced, if electrical power plants driven by fossil fuels are being replaced by nuclear plants. However the use of nuclear power unfortunately is highly problematic, therefore the problem of CO2 emissions must not be looked at independently of all other risks and problems.


EcoReef Antlers for Coral Reef Restoration

By Anny on July 27th, 2012


The coral reefs are suffering degradation from number of human and natural induced processes. Tackling the root causes of degradation through effective coastal management measures is likely to be best way forward for reducing damages and helping reefs to return to their health state back. There are also alternatives available for direct intervention to actively restore degraded coral reefs. (more…)

Eco Friendly Rickshaw Coined as Eclipse

By Anny on July 25th, 2012

Eco Friendly Rickshaw

According to local Indian sources about eco-friendly rickshaws, it has been told that district administration of Moga has launched the eco-friendly rickshaws and will be soon appearing on the Moga roads. With dual aim of better quality rickshaw and helping the poor rickshaw pullers, the administration of Moga has focused on a pilot project here on Sunday, where Dr. V N Zade, Direct commissioner, handed over five eco rickshaws cabs to the rickshaw pullers. Dr. Zade told that commuting on eco-friendly rickshaws is one of the most favored modes of travel for residents of India and travellers from abroad. (more…)

The Pedal Boat Gets a Solar Powered Boost

By Anny on July 23rd, 2012

Pedal Boat

They say that inventors should find a need and fill it. I don’t know who needs a solar boosted pedal boat, but a design concept for one exists nonetheless. The boat features a center cockpit where up to four passengers can sit, alternating pedaling duties in two-person shifts. When you get tired (which should be after only a few minutes), switching to solar power can help lighten the load. I’m not sure if this concept will ever see the light of day, but in a world filled with non-solar powered pedal boats, it would be a welcome improvement. (more…)

The Green Schools effects

By Anny on July 21st, 2012

Green Schools effects

An exploration of the influence of Place, Space and environmental on teaching and learning the green school effects in Asia, Africa and Australian countries and guide about green school positive effects from example of Indonesian greens schools. Green School is an international school that serves children in grades Pre-kindergarten through 10 (and, ultimately, grade 12). Its mission is “empowering global citizens and green innovators who are inspired to take  responsibility  for  the sustainability of  the world.” John and Cynthia Hardy founded the school in 2008.   (more…)

Eco Green bags- Awareness And Promotions To Let Others Know Its Usage

By Dev on July 20th, 2012

Eco Green bags- Awareness And Promotions To Let Others Know Its Usage

Eco green bags are friendly to our environmental and have lots of benefits, which need to be publicized. There are more people using the green bags now, but still a large population of the people is not aware about green bags benefits and usage. A lot of businesses are not ready to be spending their regular advertising budget. Many utility stores and large supermarkets have started the use of jute bags and also offering discounts to customers who will take their own green bags with themselves.


Japanese Architect’s Cardboard Bridge

By Anny on July 19th, 2012

Cardboard Bridge

You wouldn’t expect cardboard to be strong enough to build a bridge, but that’s exactly what ingenious architect Shigeru Ban decided to use to build a bridge across the Gardon River in his latest work of architectural innovation. You might be familiar with his previous work (his Curtain Wall House, Nomadic Museum, and Paper Church in particular), but the bridge, his latest work, proves that Shigeru Ban is truly a brilliant architectural mind in the world of green and context-sensitive design. (more…)

BYU Hybrid Blue Won The SAE Formula Hybrid Competition

By Dev on July 18th, 2012

BYU Hybrid Blue Won The SAE Formula Hybrid Competition

Engineering students of BYU have recently celebrated the success over their win for formula hybrid competition international 2012 at New Hampshire motor speedway.  This flashy blue hybrid made by engineering students of BYU made them to win the competition by 3 over 1000 points, so we can guess how stiff this had been made by new engineering additions.