It’s happened to everyone. You’re walking down the street and see the “Pardon Our Dust” sign just as you’re enveloped in a dust cloud. It’s annoying sure, but that dust runoff causes far more problems than a slight inconvenience on your way to work. Dust pollution from commercial and home construction sites is a major environmental problem, and we need to do something to control it.
Daily Archives:January 29, 2013
This story on solar innovators comes from Andrew at Clean Technica. [repostus hash=3af3b0f3f2db940dfe67fdc70293c55c title=Up+And+Coming+Solar+PV+Innovators+Aim+To+Grow+Markets%2C+Drive+Costs+Even+Lower host=Clean+Technica short=1yVM7 snip=Industry+players+and+the+Department+of+Energy%E2%80%99s+renewable+energy+initiatives+are+focusing+in+on+the+soft+costs+of+having+solar+photovoltaic+%28PV%29+power+systems+installed+given+the+sharp+drops+in+cost+of+solar+PV+equipment+experienced+in+recent+years%3B+soft+costs+such+as%C2%A0permitting%2C+installation%2C+and%26hellip%3B thumb=4111330 jump=3]
Here is a company providing a sustainable food producing system that more people in the world need to understand: aquaponics, the science of raising vegetables and fish in a closed re-circulating system. ECOLIFE is offering the ECO-Cycle aquaponics kit to all potential aquaponics gardeners for a reasonable price of $195.