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Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.


Roland presents The trash Vortex of the Pacific Ocean posted at Manufactured landscapes.


Tip Diva presents Greening Your Bathroom posted at Tip Diva, saying, "If you’re looking to become more green, why not start with your bathroom? Here are ways to conserve energy, water and more"


Tip Diva presents Getting Rid Of Things posted at Tip Diva, saying, "Do you have unneeded items laying about your house? Don’t know what to do with them? Well, don’t throw them out - there are other ways you can get rid of them without contributing them to landfills"


Rebecca Newburn presents August Thriving in the Burbs Newsletter posted at Thriving in the 'Burbs, saying, "Thriving in the 'Burbs has a downloadable, customizable monthly newsletter that you can tailor to your community and locale. It'll help you support your community in going green by organizing people to make sustainable lifestyle choices, such as installing clotheslines. Learn how to thrive in challenging times and do it in community."


Phil B. presents Why Nuclear Power Plants are Horrible « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "The reasons against nuclear (fission) power plants are because they are non-renewable, dangerous, and create radioactive waste."


Go Green Travel Green presents Recycled Coca Cola Soda Bottle Shirts posted at Go Green Travel Green.


Mike Bergin presents Vultures, Diclofenac, Rabies, and Ecological unravelling posted at 10,000 Birds, saying, "This post by Charlie Moores connects the dots between Vultures, Diclofenac, Rabies, and Ecological unravelling"


Katrina Cain presents Did You Know Broken Compact Fluorescent Bulbs Are Toxic? posted at Were You Wondering....


Louise Manning presents Eat kangaroo and lower your carbon footprint posted at The Human Imprint.


Meg A. presents 5 Ways to Save the Rainforest posted at How to Make a Difference.


Ena Clewes presents Dealing With Garden Pests the Organic Way - Gardening Articles - Organic Gardening posted at Organic Gardening, saying, "For many gardeners, a good offense is better than a good defense when it comes to pests in the garden."


matthew bennett presents The Facts & Benefits of Buying a Heat Pump posted at Heat Pumps - The Real Facts, saying, "Lots more usefull information about Heat Pump Technology is available on the site."


Ro Troia presents Power From the Sun Puts Money in Your Pocket posted at Blog the Rockies.


Ben Dinsmore presents Tidal Energy: Harnessing the Power of the Sea posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, "If Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, ME is successful in their latest initiative, we may soon be adding tidal energy to the growing list of viable alternative energy sources."


Katrina Cain presents What is a Carbon Credit? posted at Were You Wondering....


Katrina Cain presents Burning Candles Can Cause Indoor Air Pollution posted at Were You Wondering....


Leon Gettler presents Emissions trading: business spits the dummy posted at Sox First, saying, "When business starts putting its hand out asking for Government welfare to help it fight climate change, you have to start worrying."


Peter Jones presents A Roadmap Towards Sustainability: Excellent Book on How to Reach a Sustainable Future posted at Great New Books that Are a Must Read.


Deanna Caswell presents Little House in the Suburbs: How to Compost posted at Little House in the Suburbs.


Piotr Stepien presents Raw Vegan Food posted at we overstep, saying, "What seemed to be an extreme diet is easier and more efficient than a regular diet."


Victoria E presents The Final Word on Water Bottle Safety (Not From the FDA) posted at Victoria Everman :: Sustainable, Creative, Enlightened Living :: San Francisco.


Tabitha Smith presents Solar Misconception: I Should Wait for New Technology posted at Sweet Solar Home, saying, "Going solar is a great way to go green, but a lot of people want to wait for new technology. Should you?"


Kelly Sonora presents Top 50 Green Fashion and Design Blogs posted at Organicasm.


TheLittlestGuy presents who peed in the water? posted at TheLittlestGuy.


Silicon Valley Blogger presents 10 Simple Ways To Save Money And The Environment. posted at The Digerati Life.


The Smarter Wallet presents 7 Frugal Tips To Clean and Care For Your Clothes posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Save the environment by reducing consumption and making the things you own last longer."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.Technorati tags: , .

Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 10 years ago

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 �C and youdon't mind standing out from the crowd �C 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.



That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a carnival of environmental issues using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


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Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the June 3, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.



Gina Buss presents 6 Ways To Save Water in Your Yard posted at Ways To Protect Our Environment.


Fuel Efficient Driver presents Tips On Saving Gas And Money posted at Getting Better Gas Mileage, saying, "Here is a general list on how to save money on gas."


Melanie Rimmer presents Save the Planet - Stop Shopping posted at Bean-Sprouts, saying, "Buying green products is not the answer. Not buying stuff at all, if you can help it, is the answer."


Mark Schauss presents What do the Numbers on Your Fruits and Vegetables Mean? posted at Toxic World Blog - Detoxify and Heal Your Body.


Elizabeth presents 11 Tips and Tricks for Greening your Hotel Stay: 25 Days to Green Travel, Day 16 posted at Go Green Travel Green.


presents Save Money, Save the Planet posted at Healthy Savings.


NAOMI presents BRITONS THROWING AWAY SMALL FORTUNE IN WASTED FOOD posted at Diary From England


Theodore Pappas presents Notes on Noise Pollution -Britannica Blog posted at Britannica Blog, saying, "A fine piece on the problem of noise pollution."


Theodore Pappas presents The Silence of the Songbirds posted at Britannica Blog, saying, "A great post on the disappearance of songbirds."


Seth presents Get Smart #5: Earth Day 2008 Edition; Seth and Ray's blog posted at Seth and Ray's blog, saying, "Earth Day 2008 Edition of Seth and Ray's blog on a great effort in sustainable living/learning in Ladakh."


Leon Gettler presents Green investment - not for the faint-hearted posted at Sox First, saying, "Green investment is all the rage. But does it deliver? Does it pay off and produce strong profits for the investor?"


David presents Forget Global Warming…How About A Global Cleaning? posted at The Good Human.


Zork Brauk presents Zork Green Tip 10 - Top 10 Green Date Tips posted at It's the Planet, Didiot!, saying, "Earthlings, have fun and be green at the same time. Make all of your dates green dates."


Kate Shuster presents Don?t drink Fiji Water posted at Toxic Culture.


Suzanne presents Kid Friendly Eco Project Mommyfootprint.com posted at Mommyfootprint.com, saying, "A kid friendly eco project that the entire family and community will enjoy from years to come. And the fish will love it too!"


Lars presents Plant a Tree Today - How and why to plant a tree so that it grows fast and healthy! posted at InsightsandAdvice.com.


Phil B. presents Can We Stop Global Warming? posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "No, we can not stop global warming."


Katrina Cain presents What is the Smallest Ocean in the World? posted at What is the Smallest, saying, "This is a brief summary about the Arctic Ocean and what is happening with global warming."


John presents More Tampering? posted at A DC Birding Blog.


Praveen presents Top 10 Surprising Results of Global Warming posted at Tao of Simplicity.


Fuel Efficient Driver presents The 100 M.P.G. Car! posted at Getting Better Gas Mileage, saying, "A fuel efficient car that goes 100 miles per gallon."


Rt @ Real Muscle Online presents Eco-Friendly Office: 10 Small Things You Can Do at Work to Help the Environment The Daily Mind - Making the Daily Grind Meaningful posted at The Daily Mind - Making the Daily Grind Meaningful, saying, "This article is about helping the environment at your work in very simple ways."


Zoe Williams presents 30 ways to save the planet in under 30 seconds posted at Rekindled, saying, "Very quick and easy green tips."


Praveen presents Alternative to Throwing Your Cell Phone in A Landfill posted at Tao of Simplicity.


Leon Gettler presents Tightening the rules for ethical investment posted at Sox First, saying, "A mix of legislation, changing directors' fiduciary duties which forces them to invest in the best interests of their shareholders, accounting rules and performance indicators. That’s what’s needed to make environmental laws more ethical."


Lisa Spinelli presents Does Your Lawn Really Need to Look Like Astroturf? posted at Greener Pastures: Personal Finance

Tip Diva presents Tip Diva Top Ten Tips - Reduce Your Water Usage posted at Tip Diva, saying, "Whether you live in an area with a water shortage or drought, or just want to be a little more green, here are ways you can reduce your water usage"


Gary Hillery presents Electronic Recycling The Green Path Company posted at Gary Hillery.


Leon Gettler presents Going for green with accounting posted at Sox First, saying, "With more pressure on companies to show their green credentials, environmental accounting might well become one of the hot jobs of the future."


Busy Bee Kim presents 10 Easy Ways to Go Green posted at Busy Bee Lifestyle.


Peter presents Good News: Gas Prices Will Continue to Rise posted at The Change Blog.


Yannai Kranzler presents Don't Fall into the Doomsday Trap posted at Climate of Change

Samir Bharadwaj presents The Yellow Rubber Ducks Now Live Down On the Farm posted at Samir Bharadwaj dot Com, saying, "Every environmental lesson is better learnt through a story, and every story needs a hero, so why not a hypothetical yellow rubber duck?"





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Carnival of Environmental Issues

By Heather 11 years ago


Welcome to the May 13, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of environmental issues.
Melanie Rimmer presents Bean Sprouts: I Believe... posted at Bean-Sprouts, saying, "A story to explain what "sustainability" means"

GP presents How Green is Your Garden posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, "One of the things I’ve discovered in my ongoing quest to live in an environmentally responsible manner is, the more I learn, the more reasons I find to live even greener and more sustainably."

Louise Manning presents Water footprint in the news posted at The Human Imprint.

Sara Ost presents Oysters Aquaculture s Pearls of Sustainability posted at Sara Ost.

Marilyn Terrell presents Up Close to the Proximity Hotel posted at Intelligent Travel, saying, "Ali Ogden takes a trip to the Proximity Hotel in Greensboro, NC, that is working towards becoming the first LEED Platinum certified hotel. It's a video tour from the solar panels on the roof to the geothermal refrigerators to the waterless urinals."

Leon Gettler presents Mutual funds and climate change posted at Sox First, saying, "Signs that climate change is becoming an issue for investors. A new report by Ceres, Mutual Funds and Climate Change, has found that mutual funds are starting to more notice of climate change."

Amy L. presents Using Fall Leaves To Fertilize And Protect Your Lawn posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, "Remarks: Every year, people spend millions of dollars to purchase commercial fertilizers and mulches for their lawns. Yet at the same time, they rake up the fallen leaves from neighboring trees and put them in the trash."

K presents Being Green and Being Frugal posted at My $mall C€nts.

Linda Jo Martin presents Ug99, the Destruction of Wheat Crops, and Prices In Our Local Supermarkets posted at Country Kitchen Pantry Herbs, Spices, Recipes, Cooking.

Peter Jones presents Sustainable Ethanol: The Future of Energy Production? posted at Great New Books that Are a Must Read.

Jamie McIntosh presents Hail in the Garden posted at Suite101: Organic Gardens blog, saying, "Hailstorms can bring devastation to the spring garden."

Repeat Revenue presents AB 1920: California bill goes beyond Net Metering posted at Solar Power Home, saying, "Under the California Solar Initiative (CSI), net metering limits your electric bill to near zero even if your photovoltaic system generates more power than you consume. AB 1920 corrects this situation by forcing utilities to compensate photovoltaic system owners for any excess solar electric power generated. In effect, the electric bill can go negative with a credit for the system owner."

Lars presents Help Protect the Planet this Summer posted at InsightsandAdvice.com, saying, "Helpful ways to save money and the environment while you're out and about this summer."

Lars presents Save Money on Gas - Make the Most of it at the Pump posted at InsightsandAdvice.com, saying, "Ways to save money at the pump, increasing your miles per gallon and helping save our environment."

Busy Bee Kim presents 10 Easy Ways to Go Green posted at Busy Bee Lifestyle.

SpiKe presents 7 Ways You Can Stop Wasting Food And Help Save The Earth posted at Organize IT.

Leon Gettler presents Climate change dilemmas posted at Sox First, saying, "Senior finance and risk managers believe global climate change will require changes to their business models in the years ahead."

Phil B. presents href="http://www.philforhumanity.com/Reducing_Water_Heater_Electricity_Consumption.html" Reducing the Electricity Consumption of Water Heaters posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "Reducing the Electricity Consumption of Water Heaters"

Devon Whittle presents CARMA - Monitoring global CO2 emissions James5 posted at James5.

Wilfrid presents Ten Simple Ways To Go Green, Save Money, And Save The Planet Too! posted at Your Finish Rich Plan.

Amanda Harris presents What You Need to Know About Buying Organic posted at eFamilyBlogger.

J.F. presents R-Rated Fruits And Vegetables: Your Guide To Buying Organic Produce posted at vegoftheweek.

Davexplorer presents Cell Fuel Cars posted at Your Greeness

Davexplorer presents The Eco Bedroom posted at Your Greeness

Louise Manning presents Will food shortages change consumer views on GM? posted at The Human Imprint.

Leon Gettler presents Greenwashing complants more than quadruple posted at Sox First, saying, "With more pressure on companies over environmental issues, it's no surprise that complaints about greenwashing are up. Complaints about greenwashing are up nearly 480 per cent in one year."

travelcat4 presents Ultimate Vacation Guide » Blog Archive » 10 Tips for Responsible Travel posted at Ultimate Vacation Guide.

focusorganic presents Recycle Your Cell Phone, Plant a Tree posted at Focus Organic.com, saying, "New to Blog Carnivals, hope that I am doing this right!"

Mark Schauss presents An Apollo Program for Clean Energy? posted at Toxic World Blog - Detoxify and Heal Your Body.



Tip Diva presents Tip Diva Top Ten Tips - Reducing Your Gas Usage posted at Tip Diva, saying, "With gasoline prices creeping closer to $4 per gallon, it may be time to think about pinching the penny when it comes to fuel usage. Here are some ways to save"



Lexi Sundell presents Reverence for Life posted at Energies of Creation, saying, "We need to start by asking how we relate to the earth."

Carnival of Environmental Issues: Edition 1

By Heather 11 years ago


Welcome to the February 19, 2008 edition of a carnival of environmental issues. Thanks to all the contributors for a whole host of varied and interesting submissions and I hope you enjoy reading them.


Louise Manning presents Water and population rise posted at The Human Imprint.


Go Go Green Couture: Eco-friendly Fashions for Your Closet posted at CustomizedGirl Blog, saying, "This is pretty eco-business friendly and sort of a new market that is on the rise"


Jamie McIntosh presents Reduce Your Carbon Footprint posted at Suite101: Organic Gardens blog, saying, "How many earths would it take to sustain your lifestyle?"


Tiffany Washko presents Organic and Natural Home Cleaning Products! posted at Natural Family Living Blog.


Marilyn Terrell presents Trouble in Paradise: Bleaching the Reef posted at Intelligent Travel, saying, "sunscreen is damaging coral reefs"


Todd Goldfarb presents Has ‘Being Green’ Lost Steam? (Podcast) posted at We The Change, saying, "Really nice piece, and podcast, here from we the change. Interview with Green Options.. Enjoy!"


Summer presents Change Your Cat?s Litter posted at Wired For Noise, saying, "Do you know how bad your cat's litter is for the environment?"


Ariah Fine presents Quit Ripping on The Plastic Bags posted at Trying to Follow.


Leon Gettler presents Tax or trade: every carbon scheme has a cost sting posted at Sox First, saying, "Cap-and-trade creates opportunities for cheating. They can lead to unpredictable fluctuations in energy prices and they do nothing to offset high power costs for consumers. Carbon taxes, on the other hand, can be structured to deliver clean-energy incentives. Ultimately, however, the choice boils down to practical and political considerations"


Jeremy Zongker presents 20 Ways to Save on Your Utility Bills posted at Destroy Debt, saying, "You can save money while saving the environment."


Mindful One presents The Economics of Sustainability : Mindful Source posted at Mindful Source, saying, "Author, Elijah Weber"


matt smith presents » 7 Reasons We’re Composting This Year simple + green: taking steps towards a more sustainable life posted at simple + green

Lexi Sundell presents Burning Cars and Environmental Karma posted at Energies of Creation, saying, "This article asks questions about everyone's personal responsibility and environmental karma in the course of discussing reactions to the writer's past burning of cars."

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