Carnival of Environmental Issues

Welcome to the June 24, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.
Michel Fortin presents Are All Business People Dishonest? posted at The Michel Fortin Blog.

Yannai Kranzler presents Changing the World, One Multinational at a Time posted at Climate of Change, saying, "Thanks! (Please let me know if/when our entry enters the Carnival)"

Phil B. presents Global Warming is Ruining the Earth posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "A list of how the world has changed so dramatically."

Peter Jones presents Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, and the United Nations: Draft Report of Seventh Session posted at Indigenous Issues Today.

Leon Gettler presents Big Oil wins again posted at Sox First, saying, "Hardly surprising but Exxon Mobil's leaders have defeated the descendents of Standard Oil's founder John D Rockefeller. Those descendents wanted Exxon Mobil to improve its corporate governance by splitting the chairman and CEO roles, now held by Rex Tillerson. They also wanted the company to commit to reducing greenhouse gases, and to start embracing alternative energy."

Fuel Efficient Driver presents Better Gas Mileage With A Moped posted at I Want Better Gas Mileage, saying, "If high gas prices are really busting your budget ÔøΩC and youdon't mind standing out from the crowd ÔøΩC consider buying a moped foryour day-to-day trips."

Martinique presents Be green, healthy and rich by giving up on your car posted at Queercents, saying, "I’ve noticed in the past few years that saving money, staying fit, and being green seem to walk hand-in-hand like a three-way relationship that actually works. One of the simplest ways this plays out in my own life is on my bike."

Tate Dwinnell presents Algae an Emerging Biofuel - GreenFuel, Solix, Live Fuel, Algenol posted at Green Energy Trends, saying, "Hi, this is a new site of mine focused on green energy trends - thanks for considering the article for inclusion!"

Jon Rochetti presents "Scotty…I Need More Power!" The Ultimate Green Graduation Gift. posted at The DC Traveler – Washington DC travel & tourism information, saying, "Here's a review of a couple solar powered back packs, perfect for saving energy."

Niharika presents 53 Easy Tips to Use Less Water posted at EcoTrekker.

Matt DiChiara presents Green Apartment Construction Hinges on Living Density posted at MyNewPlace Blog, saying, "thanks and have a good weekend!"

Louise Manning presents Wind farms posted at The Human Imprint.

Tiffany Washko presents Is It Green, Religious, Or Just Smart? posted at Natural Family Living Blog.

John presents Red Knots Not Eating Enough posted at A DC Birding Blog.

Tiffany Washko presents Freedom Gardens - Grow Your Own Food posted at Natural Family Living Blog.

Cindy King presents Can You Learn From International Social Predictions On Rising Gas Prices? posted at Cindy King, saying, "A German Guys Social Prediction On Rising Gas Prices and How They Will Impact America"

Mark Babineaux presents Conservation-stop-thinking-of-yourself posted at Where-is-my-success-i-don't-know-what-to-look-for.

Heather Johnson presents Guest Post - Passive Smoke Equals Active Pollution posted at Environmental Crimes Blog.



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