The designers of these cool pools reused shipping containers and dumpsters for unique take on the above ground swimming pool.
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It turns out that a professional dumpster diver can make a very nice living out of the refuse s/he finds in commercial and residential trash bins.
Green social media isn’t just about info, but also action. New app eEcosphere provides a platform for challenging oneself & others to live more lightly.
Want to watch this season’s football games on a big screen TV with all the bells and whistles? Avoid the painful shock of an electric bill that’s similarly large by choosing the most energy efficient model you can: Energy Forward wants to help Northwesterners do just that.
Think the kids in the video above are cute and clever? Yeah, me too… which is while I’ll probably give them a vote in ENERGY STAR’s “Be an ENERGY STAR” Video Challenge currently running on Facebook and YouTube. Yes, this is another one of those “make a video about something that matters to you” contests […]
Social networking has literally taken over the online world, and for many of us it has taken over our lives as well. Who doesn’t have a Facebook or Twitter or both? Perhaps a LinkedIn for work or even one of the new, invite-only Google+ accounts that have generated so much interest this week? I am […]
Got a great idea for protecting the environment for tomorrow? Something practical and workable that’s not getting much (or any) discussion… or a new take on an older concept? Rail company CSX wants to know about it. Their Tomorrow Moves Project on Facebook is soliciting ideas — any idea — for protecting the natural world […]
Moving by Bike is Contagious Inspired by this video of a Portland, OR bike move, Nicholas Whitaker decided to help his girlfriend, Jes Schultz move her apartment by bike. Taking only two trips and about three hours, they successfully relocated her 1 bedroom apartment including futon, dresser and numerous odds and ends. This was all done […]
Need another reason to spend time on Facebook? Or, just getting tired of Mafia Wars, Kidnap!, or even Willy’s Sweet Shop? Today, Timberland and changents officially launch yet another excuse for playing on FB rather than getting your work done: Earthkeepers Hero: Mission Possible. I’ve played around with the app for a couple of days […]
Citizen journalism, open government, status updates, community building, information sharing, crowdsourcing, and the election of a President. Our children will inherit a world profoundly changed by the combination of technology and humanity that is social media. They’ll take for granted that their voices can be heard and that a social movement can be launched […]
Blogging, social news, peer-to-peer philanthropy, microblogging, social networking, wikis, video sharing, and more. These are the new agents of change. Back in May, we penned the original 10 Ways to Change the World Through Social Media. Though most of those first 10 are still relevant, the pace of innovation and advancement on the social web […]
Have you seen the Planet Green program Greensburg? The program follows the town of Greensburg, Kansas as they rebuild, in a very green way, after a tornado in May 2007 ripped through the town and devastated it. Nearly the entire community was destroyed. Sunchips is helping the town of Greensburg to rebuild. Their first initiative […]
I just generated 20 minutes of green power. It took me less than five minutes. How did I do it? I added the Facebook application Green My Vino to my Facebook account and then sent one green power minute to 20 of my Facebook friends. Green My Vino was launched earlier today by Village Green […]