Paperless Post Teams Up With Designer John Derian to Launch Beautiful Evite Line

May 4, 2012 by  
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We’ve written before about Paperless Post , an online service that offers a paper-free way to send invites and notes. But now the eco-friendly postal service has collaborated with designer John Derian to inspire greener correspondence with a beautiful new collection of elaborate evite designs for lots of different occasions. Read the rest of Paperless Post Teams Up With Designer John Derian to Launch Beautiful Evite Line Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: eco graphic design , eco post , evites , green letters , john derian , online invitations , paper-free correspondence , paperless post , sustainable design

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USDA Researchers Want Airports To Double as Renewable Energy Farms

May 4, 2012 by  
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At airports, the usable space is limited to a few areas: runways, terminals and storage facilities. Much of the rest of the land is left fallow, requiring maintenance from airport operators (mowing the grass, keeping wildlife from interfering with planes, etc). But what if that land could be used to generate energy? US Department of Agriculture researchers have been exploring alternative uses for unused airport land with the goal of reducing wildlife hazards, and in a new study they’ve shown that much of this land could be converted for solar, wind or biofuel production. Read the rest of USDA Researchers Want Airports To Double as Renewable Energy Farms Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , airports , biofuels , Dr. Travis DeVault , National Wildlife Research Center , renewable energy , solar farms , Solar Power , switchgrass , US Department of Agriculture , usda , Wildlife , wind energy

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