Solar energy globes can harvest energy from sun or moonlight
- Eco-Friendly Kids Toys & Apparel From The New York International Gift Fair - (Inhabitots) Super cute items!
- Monsanto, which is fighting efforts to label genetically engineered food in CA, supported labeling such food in Britian - (MercuryNews.com) "The company declined to comment further about why it chose to support labeling abroad but is spending millions to fight California's effort." Hmmm...
- Do almost half your groceries go in the trash? - (Mother Nature Network) "A new study says that Americans throw away 40 percent of the food they bring into their homes."
- Grocers Demand Hershey Ethically Source Cocoa - (Triple Pundit)
- Bellomo Architects' Tina House Arc Prefab Home is Now Available for Order - (Inhabitat) How nice would this be for a backyard office space or guest room?!
Beauty & Fashion Stuff
Tech & Science Stuff
- Project Aims to Harness the Power of Waves - (NYTimes.com) Commercial wave power park to be developed off the coast of Oregon.
- TOTO Unveils Poo-Powerd 'Toilet Bike Neo' Motorcycle - (Inhabitat) The bike is a little silly, but the idea of a vehicle running on animal waste as biogas is pretty cool.
- Rawlemon's Spherical Solar Energy-Generating Globes Can Even Harvest Energy from Moonlight - (Inhabitat) ...and it's a pretty design!
School, College & Student Stuff
- Thanks to Student Activism, Los Angeles Schools Have Banned Styrofoam - (GOOD) Love these kids!
Nature & Environment Stuff
- Environmentalists Say Oil Spill Killed Sea Turtles in Mexico - (Fox News Latino) Great.
- Diver and his new seal BFF hang out underwater, hand-in-flipper [video] - (msn.com) Cutest think ever!
- Arctic sea ice hits record low, scientists say - (The Washington Post) "...on Aug. 26, the day the ice dipped to its smallest extent recorded in more than three decades."
- India Parliament Recommends a Ban on Genetically Engineered Crops - (Organic Consumers Association) Maybe we can take a cue???
- Japanese Firms Help 30,000 Cotton Farmers in India Switch to Organic Production - (Ecouterre) Any US company willing to step up?