10 Sustainable Snack Recipes for an Active Lifestyle

January 2, 2019 by  
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You’re bound to get a little peckish throughout the workday, … The post 10 Sustainable Snack Recipes for an Active Lifestyle appeared first on Earth911.com.

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BMW Launches the ParkNow and DriveNow Car-Sharing Program in San Francisco

August 22, 2012 by  
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BMW has chosen the city of San Francisco to launch its new car sharing program, DriveNow alongside their ParkNow mobile parking solution. San Francisco is at the forefront of cities working to develop and implement innovative approaches to urban challenges, including traffic congestion and the need for smarter, greener parking systems. The DriveNow car-sharing program gives drivers access to BMW’s ActiveE electric car , while the ParkNow mobile app makes it easier for drivers to find parking spots in the city. Read the rest of BMW Launches the ParkNow and DriveNow Car-Sharing Program in San Francisco Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: BMW , BMW ActiveE , BMW DriveNow , BMW electric car , BMW ParkNow , Car Sharing , electric car , green car , green transportation , parking lot of the future , San Francisco , San Francisco Parking

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BMW Shows Off Its New ActiveHybrid 3 and ActiveHybrid 5 Vehicles at NAIAS

January 9, 2012 by  
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Read the rest of BMW Shows Off Its New ActiveHybrid 3 and ActiveHybrid 5 Vehicles at NAIAS Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ActiveHybrid 3 , ActiveHybrid 5 , alternative transportation , BMW , detroit auto show , green automotive design , green car , green transportation , green vehicle , hybrid car , hybrid vehicle , NAIAS , naias 2012 , north american international auto show

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BMW CEO Announces ActiveE, Then Bashes Electric Vehicles

April 26, 2011 by  
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In advance of the New York International Auto Show , BMW CEO Jim O’Donnell announced to the Detroit News that the company will be releasing 1,100 of it’s newest electric vehicle, the ActiveE .

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North Sea Suffers Crab Invasion

June 17, 2010 by  
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Even these sand crabs are nervous at the thought of a Henslow swimming crab invasion. Image credit: Balaji.B /Flickr Named after John Stevens Henslow , the Cambridge professor who gave up his place on the Beagle to Charles Darwin, Polybius henslowii —or the Henslow swimming crab—finds it most comfortable in the warm waters off the coast of Portugal. Warming ocean currents, however, have allowed the active, swimming, predator to migrate north—and the impact of its presence is beginning to ripple t…

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Winner Of BetaCup Challenge isn’t A Cup, It’s The KarmaCup

June 17, 2010 by  
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a portion of the winning entry A lot of people had doubts about the Betacup Challenge , a competition “in search of a solution to the rampant wastage of unrecyclable paper coffee cups”. There are perfectly good solutions out there right now, like reusable or travel mugs. On the Betacup site’s ” why we don’t switch to reusable page, they write that “one possible answer to this question is that it is simply not convenient.” Gee, what a surprise.

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Is Creating Green Jobs a "Sensible Aspiration" for Governments?

March 12, 2010 by  
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Photo via A Green Living That’s the topic of an ongoing online debate over at the Economist.com . In one corner, green jobs advocate Van Jones , who argues that governments should engage in the active practice of creating green jobs, by, for example, incentivizing clean energy projects. In the other, Andrew P.

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Busting a Myth: Does Facebook Comment Disprove Global Warming?

March 12, 2010 by  
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Image: Shefaet, Flickr This one goes out to mig. Mig wrote us and explained that yesterday a distant facebook friend posted this: “Oceans are the single largest CO2 reduction system in the world. Water Vapor is the biggest contributor of CO2 in the atmosphere and 97% of all CO2 in the atmosphere comes from natural sources, not man made.” Mig says: “Now, i’m not a scientist and don’t know enough about all of this to debunk or confidently argue the point or the source.

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BMW to Manufacture Electric Vehicles at Leipzig Factory

February 23, 2010 by  
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German automaker BMW has announced that it is gearing up its Leipzig factory to manufacture electric vehicles , which are expected to roll off the factory floor starting in 2013. The news comes as the company recently debuted their Active-E concept EV at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Known for its precise engineering, the German company is certainly capable of making a big splash in the auto world now that they’ve made a serious commitment to produce electric vehicles

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Eco Gadgets: H2O Water Cycle purifies water without consuming electricity

December 14, 2009 by  
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Eco Factor: Solar-powered water purification system.

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