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Hawaii Implements Statewide Plastic Bag Ban - First U.S State

Hawaii Implements Statewide Plastic Bag Ban – First U.S State

Hawaii is officially the first U.S state to have a statewide ban on plastic bags. Huge credits to local activists and volunteers who fought and built support for the ban. This amazing development is big statement for the environment conscious community, with the fact that the statewide ban was not  Read more »

1 Comment June 21, 2012

Trees Reflects Income Inequality - Seen From Space

Trees Reflects Income Inequality – Seen From Space

A comparison of satellite images from Google Earth, between a lower and a higher income neighborhood shows how the number trees indicate its income state. Higher income communities tend to have more trees than those in the lesser income areas. This might explain the air quality in lesser income neighborhood.

Add Comments June 19, 2012

The Value of a Tree - worth $193,250

We all know how important trees are to mother nature. Some even consider it priceless, while others would simply place a commercial value on them. But have you ever wondered, How much a tree is really worth?. In our recent trip to the City of Davao, Philippines. We visited one  Read more »

2 Comments March 30, 2012

Corals revived by Electricity

Electricity Sparks New Life Into Indonesia’s Corals. A weak, harmless voltage run through metallic structures underwater is reviving near-dead reefs. Based on “Biorock” technology”, it has been implemented in twenty (20) countries, mainly in Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Pacific. The electrolysis provokes a fast build-up of limestone,  Read more »

Add Comments February 16, 2012