Not Evil Just Wrong Documentary Goes After Gore and Inconvenient Truth

November 17, 2008 / No Comments

Not Evil Just Wrong Documentary is pledging to do to Al Gore and his Inconvenient Truth what Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 did for George W Bush. You all can yell at me later, but I totally believe in free speech, open and honest discussion. Watch out as I attempt to take a leap into the Prop 8 arena here. When ...

Green Commercial and Entertainment Center in Seoul, Korea

November 17, 2008 / No Comments

This fantastic amalgamation of architecture with green design has been conjured up by Mass Studies Architecture and has taken shape in Gangnam, Seoul. The beautiful structure is more like a set of living breathing walls clad in green and the entire space has a feeling of refreshed atmosphere even though it is caught in a concrete filled suburb. With a mossy ...

Real Men Proving Themselves the Wrong Way

November 17, 2008 / 20 Comments

What happens when a species is categorized under "least concern", meaning there is no threat of being threatened? The answer is simple and you'll likely get the idea by the time you finish reading. The Faeroes are a group of islands in Northern Europe, between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, an autonomous province of Denmark since 1948. Every ...

The Vauxhall Sky Garden in London, to Produce Food

November 17, 2008 / 1 Comment

With the modern world stretching out vertically, rather than horizontally, it's also inevitable for our green structures and gardens. Amin Taha Architects are building gardens in the sky in their new Vauxhall tower, with 25,000 square feet of communal gardens, each three stories in height. The new green structures may not only be a great place for evening walk and social ...

Skycar Takes the Wheels to the Sky with Biofuel

November 17, 2008 / 1 Comment

Covering a distance of over 3700 miles in air, purely powered by biofuel is something that even the aviation industry would be proud of. But UK's Skycar Team is trying to do that in a car with a giant fan, a powerful engine and a parachute. Skycar is probably the most exciting green vehicle that is waiting to make it out ...

Last Galapagos Pinta Island Turtle, Struggles to Become a Father

November 17, 2008 / No Comments

It is not very often that we are really bothered about the sexual adventures of others, let alone other creatures beyond us. But all fun aside, human activity has driven many species on the planet to the verge of extinction and Lonesome George is one of those who has found himself on that precarious edge. A Pinta Island tortoise, ...

Eco-Lingerie: Sexy Green Fashion Crafted From Recycled Cans

November 17, 2008 / 1 Comment

Reduce, reuse and recycle is the eco-mantra of the environmentally conscious and nothing shouts out green better than recycling old stuff into useful products. The utility goes up by a couple of notches if that recycling ends up producing some real sexy lingerie for women. This may not be the most wearable fabric in the world, but eco-lingerie crafted from ...

7-Eleven’s Convenient Truth

November 16, 2008 / No Comments

Seven Eleven Japan, the convenience store plans to equip all its new stores with LED-based signboards and outdoor lighting. The effort is to reduce emissions of global warming gases. LEDs will likely be able to allow 7-11 to cut its carbon dioxide emissions by 3%, or 1.8 tons per store per year times 1000 new stores each year. The Seven & ...

When You Need Hope – Baby Panda Twins

November 14, 2008 / No Comments

My wife and I have a new baby at home. Mia. She will be 10 months old in a week or so. She is pleasant and smiles delightfully every morning as if she is so happy to be alive. What a joy to see her each day. In a word, she reminds me there is hope for the world. Of ...

Japan’s Solar City

November 13, 2008 / 2 Comments

Ota City is Japan's Solar City. Three-quarters of the town's homes are covered by solar panels. The panels are distributed for free. They are also a draw for new residents keen to minimize their power bills. "We moved here because of the panels -- it was something we wanted, but not something we could afford on our own," said a resident. Ota ...