The Best Green
So many BLOGS…. who has time? TAKE A LOOK at these great blogs and links:
- From our Friends at altsearchengines.com comes great lists to review:
Solar Powered Search engine
Top Environmental Search Engines and 15 of the Best GREEN
- Green Agenda http://thegreenagenda.blogspot.com/ Focused on Transit in the Pittsburgh, PA area but loads of great information that translates to anywhere. Thanks Chris Schultz for being a resource.
- For news, projects, resources, take a look at LAND TRUST http://www.worldlandtrust.org/ we all need a break to look at the beauty that surrounds us. Orang-utans would like your support.
- Urban Gardeners links: Veggielution Urban Farming Project ; Slow Food Nation ; Victory Gardens 2008+ ; MyFarm ; Guerilla Gardening ; City of San Jose Community Gardens ; Sunset Magazine’s One-Block Feast ….. there are more but this is a start on growing your own!!!
- The GWiz car does look like a roller skate, but goes faster and comes in more colors…http://www.goingreen.co.uk/store/content/gwiz/
- Wondering what is going on with Corporate Green, there are some sites to check out – get familiar with EPEAT Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool, for you green techno geeks this is a site to study http://epeat.net/. Select desktop computers, notebooks and monitors based on their environmental attributes.
- Felix Kramer is a local bay area hero, he is at the forefront of Prius Conversions… does 100 MPG sound good? Take a look at Cal Cars, it is packed with info news, thoughts and updated often http://www.calcars.org/about.html
- And now for something completly different….Green Transportation & Fun– The Buscyle, a human-powered bus is having many wonderful outings. It is a favorite sight on warm evenings after music events. It gets loaded up with pedalers – 15 pedaling participants and off it goes. Thanks to Martin Krieg, of the National Bicycle Greenway (NBG), the Busycle has been riding in California lately – including the May Fete parade in Palo Alto, Stanford Community Day in Stanford, and the “How Berkeley Can you Be?” parade in Berkeley.