Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water”

July 29, 2013 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Comments Off on Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water”

If the idea of bottled water strikes you as not particularly environmentally minded or possibly even a scam, you may want to hold onto your reusable canteen for the subject of this new Kickstarter campaign. Behold Koa , the “world’s first organic water.” Yes, you read that correctly. A team of entrepreneurs is banking on the fact that consumers will pay a premium for a product that tastes just like water, but is made from a proprietary process that presses nine fruits and vegetables in order to retain nutrients without any sugar. No external liquid is added during the process of squeezing the produce to create Koa. For a pledge of only $25, you too can enjoy that fresh, “spa water” taste! So, what makes Koa H2O different—other than an overzealous marketing team with a fragile grasp on the idea of sustainability? Read the rest of Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water” Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: america , blackbox , Bottled Water , California , Dallas , h2o , kickstarter , koa organic water , Produce , San Joaquin Valley , spa water , texas        

Read the rest here: 
Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water”

Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water”

July 29, 2013 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Comments Off on Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water”

If the idea of bottled water strikes you as not particularly environmentally minded or possibly even a scam, you may want to hold onto your reusable canteen for the subject of this new Kickstarter campaign. Behold Koa , the “world’s first organic water.” Yes, you read that correctly. A team of entrepreneurs is banking on the fact that consumers will pay a premium for a product that tastes just like water, but is made from a proprietary process that presses nine fruits and vegetables in order to retain nutrients without any sugar. No external liquid is added during the process of squeezing the produce to create Koa. For a pledge of only $25, you too can enjoy that fresh, “spa water” taste! So, what makes Koa H2O different—other than an overzealous marketing team with a fragile grasp on the idea of sustainability? Read the rest of Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water” Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: america , blackbox , Bottled Water , California , Dallas , h2o , kickstarter , koa organic water , Produce , San Joaquin Valley , spa water , texas        

Excerpt from:
Koa Produces World’s First “Organic Water”

Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster

July 29, 2013 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Comments Off on Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster

As if the massive Deepwater Horizon oil spill weren’t a big enough mess, Halliburton has now pleaded guilty to charges of destroying evidence related to the disaster. They have agreed to a $200,000 fine (the maximum allowed under law) and to a $55 million donation to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation , the non-profit organization founded by Congress in 1984 which provides conservation grants. Read the rest of Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: deepwater horizon , Deepwater horizon case , Deepwater Horizon gulf coast spill , Deepwater Horizon Haliburton , Deepwater Horizon Spill , Deepwater Horizon spill information , environmental destruction , environmental impact , environmental impact of oil rigs , Gulf Coast oil rig , Gulf Coast Oil Rig spill , Haliburton court case , Haliburton destroying evidence , Haliburton destroys evidence , Haliburton falsifying information , Haliburton oil rig case , oil rig case , oil rig spills        

More here:
Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster

Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster

July 29, 2013 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Comments Off on Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster

As if the massive Deepwater Horizon oil spill weren’t a big enough mess, Halliburton has now pleaded guilty to charges of destroying evidence related to the disaster. They have agreed to a $200,000 fine (the maximum allowed under law) and to a $55 million donation to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation , the non-profit organization founded by Congress in 1984 which provides conservation grants. Read the rest of Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: deepwater horizon , Deepwater horizon case , Deepwater Horizon gulf coast spill , Deepwater Horizon Haliburton , Deepwater Horizon Spill , Deepwater Horizon spill information , environmental destruction , environmental impact , environmental impact of oil rigs , Gulf Coast oil rig , Gulf Coast Oil Rig spill , Haliburton court case , Haliburton destroying evidence , Haliburton destroys evidence , Haliburton falsifying information , Haliburton oil rig case , oil rig case , oil rig spills        

Continued here:
Halliburton Admits to Destroying Evidence After Deepwater Horizon Disaster

Bad Behavior has blocked 1469 access attempts in the last 7 days.