Environmental

Environmental

Environmental News, Ecology, Pollution Control, and Related News

Environmental

Environmental
Environmental News, Ecology, Pollution Control, and Related News

Sedona Becoming Hope for Generations: You Don't Have to Buy a Hybrid to Make a Difference

Green SedonaSEDONA, Ariz. -- America's Red Rock Cathedral is becoming a Green Model of Hope for Earth's children. "To keep Sedona healthy and enhance global cooling, our community is taking bold measures," said Green Sedona founder Matthew Turner, a 34 year old environmental scientist. "Turner offers simple natural solutions which raise the green bar for his Generation X, plus Y and Z," said Suzy "Chapstick" Chaffee, co-chairman of the partnering Native Voices Foundation.

Senators, Environmentalists, Forestry Experts from Across the Nation Share Groundbreaking Input on Catastrophic Storms and Urban Forests

BILOXI, Miss. -- The National Urban & Community Forestry Advisory Council (NUCFAC) hosted a groundbreaking public forum in Biloxi, Mississippi on June 6, 2007 at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center. 'We gathered more than 40 experts and ordinary citizens from around the country to share ideas, best practices and first-person accounts about flooding in New Jersey, Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf region, ice storms in the Midwest, and other storm events.'

Think Energy Assists the State of Wisconsin in Achieving Clean Energy Goals

Think Energy IncTAKOMA PARK, Md. -- Think Energy, a renewable energy consulting firm, congratulates the State of Wisconsin on the release of a request for proposals for a long-term renewable energy purchase. Through a joint effort with the Responsible Purchasing Network at the Center for a New American Dream, Think Energy helped the State of Wisconsin draft a request for proposals.

Kedron Corporation Discovers a New Energy Source that is Extremely Inexpensive, Abundant and Pollution-Free

Dr. Kenneth KozekaFAIRVIEW, Tenn. -- Our dire need for a new source of inexpensive, pollution-free energy to free us from our dependency on foreign oil may have been met by a scientist in Tennessee. A new extremely inexpensive, pollution-free source of electricity has been discovered and is now being considered by major international corporations. This new technology produces electricity without chemical reactions, combustion or pollution.

Arctic Elders Invite All to Join 'Mother of All Earth Prayers' May 31 with Ceremonies at Mexico's Mt. Kushumaa to Keep...

Ravendancer Gene TagabanARCTIC VILLAGE, Alaska -- On May 31, 2007, the Arctic Elders invite you, as a member of our Earth Family, to join them, in the following Prayer of love and appreciation to Mother Earth. On that day also, Indigenous Elders will lead ceremonies at Northern Mexico's mystical Mt. Kushumaa during Earthdance8(.org). "Our intent is to further rebalance Mother Earth and Her weather for our children, including helping keep the polar ice caps cool," said Olympian Suzy "Chapstick" Chaffee, co-founder of Native Voices Foundation, the orchestrator.

Public Forum on Catastrophic Storms and Urban Forests: 'Speak Up, Plan & Protect' Audio Media Briefing

BILOXI, Miss. -- The National Urban & Community Forestry Advisory Council (NUCFAC) announces a public forum in Biloxi, Mississippi on June 6, 2007 at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center. "Speak Up, Plan & Protect" Audio Media Briefing on May 30, 2007.

Value of Eco-Friendly Homes Heats Up With Discussion of Global Warming

Adrian WillangerSEATTLE, Wash. -- With global warming at center stage in the current political debate, many homeowners are debating over ways to make their own homes more environmentally friendly. "The good news for buyers and sellers who is that green homes cost less to operate and maintain," reports real estate expert Adrian Willanger. "And even modest eco-friendly improvements can significantly increase the value of a home," he says.

N.Y. Limousine Company Goes Green and Launches Plan to Reduce Environmental Footprint

BEDFORD HILLS, N.Y. -- MTC Limousine and Corporate Coach, Inc. is taking a proactive approach to global warming. They have launched a comprehensive program that addresses climate-change issues and reduces their impact on the environment. According to MTC President, Trevor Franklin, the plan is based on the belief that global warming uncertainty and risk are too great to wait for a "fix."

CA Boom 4 Design Show Exhibitors Offer The Latest in Green Materials, Technologies and Manufacturing

Alchemy ArchitectsSANTA MONICA, Calif. -- California has always been a leader in the environmental movement, having pushed the development and sales of electric and hybrid cars, solar power and the use of recycled materials. Californians now want to take that green consciousness home. CA Boom 4 offers one venue where over 100+ exhibitors, many of whom will feature ecologically friendly products, will showcase their wares.

Maryland Man Makes a Go Without Gas: Proves Electric Cars are a Reality Now

Harvey CoachworksKNOXVILLE, Md. -- Consumer concern about rising gas prices late last summer has brought increased attention to alternate fuel vehicles such as hydrogen and electric cars. Mike Harvey of Knoxville (and Harvey Coachworks), one such concerned consumer, took it upon himself and has recently completed a 4-month effort to convert a gas-powered car to an all-electric zero-emissions vehicle.

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