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New Earth Rising: Call for Submissions of Original Green Writing PDF Print Email this article
Written by Ecological Internet   
Friday, Aug 29, 2008

(The Earth) -- Ecological Internets New Earth Rising to Be Committed to Biocentric SolutionsEcological Internet, the world's leading provider of environmental portals including http://www.ClimateArk.org/ and http://Forests.org/, will soon launch a new Internet e-zine entitled "New Earth Rising". The publication will be committed to biocentric thought, and promote sufficient ecological sustainability solutions to pressing global ecological crises. Today they announce they are accepting submissions for publication.

New Earth Rising will build upon years of ecological sustainability writings and actions on the web by Ecological Internet. In 1995 they introduced the world's first and longest continually running blog, and their President, Dr. Glen Barry, was the writer of the critically acclaimed and recently concluded "Earth Meanders" series of personal essays.

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My Commuter Cycle PDF Print Email this article
Written by Aaron Newton   
Friday, Aug 22, 2008
This is the second in a series of posts I'm writing about the easiest way to cut back on the amount of money you spend on gasoline- don't buy it. Riding a bike has many benefits not the least of which is the low cost of getting around. Recently I wrote about hauling big stuff on a specialized bicycle. In this post I'd like to share my commuter cycle with readers- the bicycle I ride to work and back.
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An agricultural Waterloo PDF Print Email this article
Written by Jim Goodman   
Thursday, Aug 07, 2008

Globalization failed, cheap oil is gone, local production is the only way forward

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Going Green With Push Reel Lawn Mowers PDF Print Email this article
Written by Susan Bywater   
Monday, Aug 04, 2008
With the national average price of gasoline at over $4 per gallon, it's no wonder people are trying to come up with ways to save money on gas. One of the major trends in the U.S.A. right now is switching from gas lawn mowers to good old fashioned push reel lawn mowers. Manual mowers offer plenty of advantages over gas mowers, especially in regards to their effects on the environment. These mowers have come a long way from your grandpa's push reel mower.
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We Could Solve the Gas Crises Tomorrow PDF Print Email this article
Written by David Rosenak   
Sunday, Aug 03, 2008
How we can immediately fix the crises of high priced gas that confronts the United States and the World.
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Lessons from Nature About Managing Resources PDF Print Email this article
Written by Bright Future Staff   
Tuesday, Jul 08, 2008

Our ecosystem is the result of 3.8 billion years of design and testing of systems that process energy from the sun into the many forms of life, and systems that recycle the resources used in that process.  Only the very best designs survived this testing – those offering the best stability and efficiency (otherwise known as sustainability). 

Nature treats her resources as irreplaceable assets.  She wastes nothing.  This results in tremendous efficiency, allowing her to produce an amazing abundance of life (profits) from her finite “natural assets”.  This also supports stability as everything needed for the ecosystem to function is being continuously recycled and is always available to maintain the cycle of energy that is life on planet earth.

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