Welcome to the April 23, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.
Leon Gettler presents Carbon principles posted at Sox First, saying, "Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, and Morgan Stanley working in conjunction with various power companies have put together some climate-change principles that aim to make companies environmentally aware."
Kathryn presents 10 Eco-Harmful Things Web Writers are Guilty Of posted at Real Words, saying, "Everyone can do their part to be a little greener including all of us who are active in writing for the web!"
Huck Finn presents Putin for President: 3. Vote for GREEN posted at Putin For President.
John presents Did Your Meal Kill Songbirds? posted at A DC Birding Blog.
Skyler Reep presents Eat Less Meat posted at Skyler Reep's Blog.
Louise Manning presents Severe crisis looms as rice price hits new high posted at The Human Imprint.
Elizabeth presents How to Choose a (Healthy) Water Bottle: 34 Resources posted at Go Green Travel Green.
karyn presents Orlando Airport Cleaning the Air posted at All About Orlando, saying, "Orlando International Airport is currently testing hydrogen powered shuttle buses, taking steps to help clean the air."
Jason Isbell presents New High Efficiency Front Loading Washer and Dryer Tired Garden posted at Tired Garden.
Astrid Lee presents Heal Your World By The Way You Eat posted at World Healing, saying, "I‚Äôm sure you‚Äôve heard about the connection between red meat and the deforestation in the Amazon. The use of pesticides on your fruit and veggies causes equally amazing ecological issues. And that‚Äôs not to mention the health hazards they represent to us humans directly. ..."
valereee presents Foraging: hot new foodie trend, or the hottest new foodie trend? posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, "Reduce your carbon footprint by eating the foods around you -- no tilling, no spraying, they're all organic, highly nutritious, and delicious!"
TheReadingZone presents Environmental Issues in the Classroom posted at The Reading Zone, saying, "A round-up of environmental issues and ideas for the classroom."
Margaret Mary presents Coffee and Exploitation in Latin America and Around the World posted at Greener Chic.
Scott Bird presents 10 Quick Ways to Shrink Your Waste posted at Former Fat Guy Blog.
J. Peter presents Is my watch green? posted at Tick Talk.
Alexander presents Don?t Flush Your Meds posted at Green Thinking Blog, saying, "H. Dale Hall, Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, says that ‚Äúmedications that are flushed down the toilet or thrown straight into the garbage can and do find their way into our nation‚Äôs waterways every day. Those drugs are present in water that supports many species of fish and other wildlife.‚Äù The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) teamed up to raise public awareness about this very real problem."
Nat JM presents A very well designed journey planner posted at I love technology, saying, "This article is about online journey planner, and particularly Brighton's and has sparked an interesting discussion about how accurate the results are concerning cycling. How can we all go green and cycle if the local authorities don't provide accurate journey planners for cyclists?"
Debbie Hadley presents Flight of the Bumblebee May Take Longer posted at About.com Insects, saying, "Is air pollution interfering with pollination?"
nichole halsey presents Brita Take Back the Filter Campaign posted at Bad Human! Don't take chemicals from strangers!.
Fuel Efficient Driver presents I Want Better Gas Mileage ¬ª Blog Archive ¬ª E85 Ethanol Vehicles posted at Getting Better Gas Mileage, saying, "Author talks about the new E85 ethanol vehicles."
Shan Siddiqi presents Global Warming: a scientist's (rare) perspective Globally Rational posted at Globally Rational, saying, "Unfortunately, scientists don't like to write in the popular media. Here is a scientist's rare perspective on global warming."
Steven Chang presents Paper vs Plastic? Or Cotton vs Canvas? posted at Gagazine.
Gerald presents Pruning the garden? posted at Precious Water.
GP presents Mending Fences.. Not for the Sheepish posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, "Mending fences... takes on new meaning when you live on a farm"
Meg presents End of surburbia. . . . posted at Finally Frugal, saying, "Saving money and the environment at the same time."
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