Mircoloans for Clean Energy: The Perfect Fit
Created 8/30/2010 10:09:27 AM 
One-third of the world's population today has no access to any form of modern energy, relying instead on highly polluting fuels like wood and kerosene. No single solution can meet our society's future energy needs. The answer lies instead in a family of diverse energy technologies that share a common thread: they do not deplete our natural resources or destroy our environment.
Recycle your Banana for Profit
Created 6/5/2009 8:56:21 AM 
No matter how well we recycle, there will always be the need for virgin fiber in the paper industry. Both trees and non-wood fibers are cultivated for paper making around the world. The United States paper industry is structured almost entirely around wood as the source of fiber. This has resulted in the decimation of our old growth forests. Even today, old growth forests continue to be clear cut to make paper.
Green Advertisements in the Skies
Created 4/22/2009 8:23:17 AM 
While grass, sand, water, snow, wood and dirty streets have all been used as a medium for advertising, now there's yet another option for unconventional marketers: soap foam mixed with lighter-than-air gasses such as helium to create flying logos! These cool stuff is 100 % Green and environment friendly.
Whiskey Power: A new Green Alternative
Created 2/4/2009 8:28:37 AM 
Plans to transform distillery by-products into renewable electricity, usable heat and organic soil conditioners was proposed by a couple ok UK companies. Following approval and order-placement, the plant would take 18 to 24 months to construct. This would be the first project to use draft and pot ale as a biomass fuel instead of wood.
How to Green Britney Spears and other Celebrities... With Garbage
Created 1/23/2009 10:02:44 AM 
With more and more celebrities endorsing the Green Movement with great style and eco-chick selections, their clothes rapidly become popular with teenagers and people who like eco styles. So one way of killing two birds with one stone, so to speak would be taking care of our garbage by promoting it's use by means of Hollywood endorsements.
Nature 2.01
Created 10/10/2008 7:47:24 AM 
Inspired from world’s debates on eco-crisis on Earth, Belgium-based designers presented chairs and stools upholstered in real tree bark. The pieces, which feature ash bark formed over timber and resin, are based on the notion that if trees had square trunks, less wood would be wasted.
Business Opportunities in Biodegradable Key Cards
Created 8/27/2008 7:33:12 AM 
The plastic card industry is growing very strong and won't be going anywhere anytime soon. These ubiquitous items are used every day from credit and debit cards to gift cards and hotel keycards. In an effort to reduce the number of plastic cards that will end up in landfills, Sustainable Cards LLC, a Colorado based business, has created wooden hotel keycards. These have been used in Europe for years and are now being introduced in the US.
Beauty from Garbage: a Great Business Model
Created 7/16/2008 8:56:14 AM 
Product designer Ryan Frank is a perfect example of creating furniture from junk. Working out of his studio in east London, he salvages wasted surfaces such as old wood, industrial hooks, burlap bags and even tagged surfaces and morphs them into stunning home products and furniture.
Turn Waste Heat into Electricity and Save Big Bucks
Created 7/14/2008 7:41:00 AM 
Many sources of energy are being wasted. This can be in the form of building air conditioners or refrigeration units that vent heat to the atmosphere, or even the heat given off automobile engines. The U.S. Department of Energy reports that the available seven quadrillion Btu of waste heat sources exceeds the current production of all other U.S. renewable power sources combined. This includes hydroelectric, wood, biofuels, geothermal, wind and solar photovoltaic.
Strike Gold With Biodegradable Picnic Ware
Created 7/2/2008 8:43:29 AM 
If you go down to the woods today you're sure of a big surprise because the whole place will probably be littered with plastic plates, cups and utensils left behind by lazy picnickers. Most supermarkets stock a choice of paper plates, napkins and disposable plastic cutlery in cheerful designs; but they're mostly eco-unfriendly plastic utensils.


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