Daily Green Wrap-Up 17.November,2011

A couple of months ago, I was at a stoplight mindlessly watching the pedestrians cross the street, when a mouse poked it’s head out from the crack where the windshield wipers hide and then proceeded to run across my windshield.Turns out, this little mouse had built a nest on top of our engine. My husband would take it out and it would just build another one.
Head through the jump, they’re doing a Giveaway so you might want to check it out. The tips are wonderful! I tried quite a number of them and they work like a charm.
“The transitioning years are the hardest years,” Dr. Delate said, explaining that the project was originally designed to help farmers make the shift into an organic system. To sell a product as organic, the crop must be raised for three years prior to harvest in accordance with organic systems plans on land that has not been treated with synthetic fertilizers and has only been exposed to substances placed on the “NationL List, ” which is established by the Organic Foods Production Act.
Electric vehicles typically come with a home charging cord, and additional stations for 120v or 240v connections are relatively inexpensive. However, when you start trying to cram electrons into a battery in a hurry, the cost can rise steeply.
Saturday is World Toilet Day, an annual awareness-raising campaign sponsored by the World Toilet Organization and aimed at improving santitation access for the 2.6 billion people around the world who lack it.
I particularly love the Roca design since it solves the space issue for toilets which reuse gray water for flushing while remaining stylish.
Robin Wilson is a nationally recognized eco-friendly interior designer; her client roster includes the Kennedys and the Clintons , who have both had Robin create gorgeous, green spaces for their families.
The Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families Coalition is working hard to get Congress to pass the Safe Chemicals Act. The legislation would require chemicals to be proven safe before they can be used in toys, clothes, furniture and other products that kids are likely to encounter.

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