Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Maglev Wind Turbine

This monster of a wind turbine, which uses magnets to levitate its fan blades is capable of generating enough power to replace 1000 traditional windmills. The Maglev can also produce electricity with winds as low as 3 miles per hour. How much electricity? This bohemuth can crank out a whopping Gigawatt of electricity, impressive compared to the 5 Megawatts from its puny cousins.

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Monday, November 26, 2007

60 seconds to save the Planet

Here are the top 3 short videos from Current TV and The Alliance for Climate Protection's Ecospot contest. The top four videos will be shown on Current TV and featured in the Alliance's national campaign.

The Grand Prize Winner: Sky is Falling

Second Place: Are you Game

Third Place Winner: I did Noth'N

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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Energy Action Coalition

"Energy Action is a youth founded and lead coalition of 40+ organizations working to support and strengthen the student and youth clean energy movement in North America"
Look cool and support youth organizers working towards a renewable energy future. T-shirts are around $15.00 and all prodeeds go toward the movement.

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Thursday, November 22, 2007

Designer Bulbs ?

Whose bright idea was it to remain with the lackluster models of today's light bulbs anyway? I'm not sure either, but the Plumen Project by Hulgar is shining new light on the look of CFLs we have become accustomed to. this UK based boutique electronics company has taken the bland and turned it sleek and stylish. The only downside of this being you may not purchase a bulb when you just need a bulb and require light anymore but because you want the bulb for its appearance and design.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007


What could be more enjoyable than lounging around eating fries or baked potato? How about eating your spuds with utensils made from spuds ! Our dream can now become reality with Spudware. These biodegradable utensils made from 80% potato starch and 20% soybean oil are equivalent in durability to regular plastic utensils and are heat tolerable ( you can eat soup with them!). Not only that, but as opposed to petroleum based plastic utensils which take centuries to break down , Spudware composts in 180 days. Now all I need is a biodegradable plate and cup and I'd be set , oh wait you can find all that through Excellent Packaging and Supply as well, Snap !

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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Green Team

This is really funny. Its kind of off topic but at the same time it isn't. It does have a recycling theme to it. Go Green Team!

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Extreme Recycling

I need to start working on my skills. These guys have some amazing talent when it comes to recycling. Just watch.

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