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 ‚ÄòBeing Green‚Äô 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 ¬ª 7 Reasons We‚Äôre 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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