Category Archives: Technology

Shedding Light on Energy Reform

We’ve been hearing about low energy emitting light bulbs for years, but until now, the US has made no real effort to promote them. However by the year 2014, the United States plans to eliminate “most traditional incandescent lighting” in … Continue reading

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NYS Annual Recycling Conference This Week

The 22nd Annual New York State Recycling Conference is taking place on November 16 and 17 in Cooperstown, NY.  The conference is held in conjunction with the New York State Association of Reduction, Reuse and Recycling (NYSAR3) and the New … Continue reading

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Arsty farsty fun

By now, you may have heard about the new exhibit at the New Museum. If you haven’t, I have two words for you: Big. Slide. On October 26th, the New Museum opened German artist Carsten Holler’s “Experience,” a compilation of … Continue reading

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Can 3-D Printing Help the Crab Housing Shortage?

Hermit crabs are having trouble finding housing in todays’ market.  One 3-D printing company is hoping to help out the housing shortage for homeless crabs. MakerBot Industries wants to design and produces plastic shells that can be used as shells … Continue reading

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BP All Set to Drill in the Gulf Again

British Petroleum will be drilling seven new exploratory wells in the Gulf of Mexico next year, Green blog reports. The Obama administration gave the oil giant a drilling permit last week, saying “BP has met all of the enhanced safety requirements that we have … Continue reading

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Seven Recycled Products that could be part of your Car

Car companies are jumping on the sustainability bandwagon. Several car companies are incorporating recycled goods as part of the manufacturing of their vehicles.  Ford, Toyota, Mazda, GM, Chevy, Honda and Nissan are the leading companies in this recycling revolution. Did … Continue reading

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A Little Guilt to Go With Your Sushi, Now With Less Radiation

According to a new report from the Pew Environment Group, countries around the globe are vastly over-fishing Blue Fin tuna, exceeding international quotas by tens of thousands of metric tons.  Last year, the gap between the quota and the actual … Continue reading

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