Yesterday I helped table at the LIVE GREEN sustainability festival in Salt Lake City. I was most impressed by the music group Shake Your Peace, a “sustainable music” group. Their website is wind powered, they do bicycle tours and power their music by bicycle power! How green!
Here are some photos of yesterday’s event.
|November 15, 2006
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This week’s COTG is hosted by LA Green Living. In this week’s issue:
Do some “rabble rousing” in addition to writing letters to and the typical lobbying of your representatives on environmental issues during this campaign season.
Critical Mass Bike Incident in NYC
Bangaldesh’s First Day of National Strike
The Emergence of “Windcrofting”
First LEED-certified residential home in the US and hopes for a green design for Bush’s presidential library.
Innovative responses to water crises around the world
China’s Water Crisis
Looking back at Hurricane Katrina: The environmental impact for the future; accounts from survivors
Genetically Modified Food Issues
Choosing reliable sources of sustainable coffee.
How to be “eco-friendly” when enjoying nature