Impossible Electric Bike Folds Up Small Enough to Fit in a Backpack

November 21, 2014 by  
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Impossible Technology just unveiled a bike commuter’s dream – an electric bike that can fold up small enough to fit inside a backpack! The Impossible Bicycle ensures even weight distribution for a comfortable ride, it’s powered by rechargeable batteries, and it can travel 45 minutes on a single charge. Read the rest of Impossible Electric Bike Folds Up Small Enough to Fit in a Backpack Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: eco design , electric bicycle , fold up bike , green design , Impossible Bicycle , Impossible Technology , sustainable design

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New “Polar Code” Signed to Protect Polar Regions as Shipping Increases

November 21, 2014 by  
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The International Maritime Organization has just signed off on an International Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters, more simply known as the Polar Code . This was developed in response to already increasing shipping activity in the polar regions, which is expected to grow further in the Arctic in particular due to reductions in sea ice . New shipping lanes are opening, making it necessary to adopt measures to protect sailors and passengers in such dangerous conditions, as well as to protect the vulnerable polar regions from environmental disasters. Read the rest of New “Polar Code” Signed to Protect Polar Regions as Shipping Increases Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: antarctica , Arctic , Climate Change , environmental disaster , global warming , ice caps melting , IMO , increased shipping in Arctic , industrial accident , International Maritime Organization , marine , marine safety , melting sea ice , north pole , ocean , oil spills , polar , polar regions , SEA , shipping , Shipping lanes , south pole

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10 Warming Vegan Drinks for Autumn and Winter

November 21, 2014 by  
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Although winter isn’t officially here yet, the biting winds and snowfall are inspiring many of us to order hot lattes, apple cider, and cocoa instead of frozen drinks at our  favorite cafes . All over the northern hemisphere, folks are wrapping chilled fingers around warm mugs to sip at the deliciousness therein. Whether you’re aiming to be more budget-friendly or would just rather make your own drinks at home, you can whip up some fabulous, delicious vegan sip-ables with just a few ingredients, a saucepan, and a stove top. Read the rest of 10 Warming Vegan Drinks for Autumn and Winter Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: autumn beverages , autumn drinks , beverages , butterbeer , chai , Christmas , cider , cocoa , Earl Grey , fall beverages , fall drinks , hot beverages , hot chocolate , hot drink , hot toddy , latte , London fog , miso , miso soup , mulled , tea , thanksgiving , vegan , vegan drink , wine , winter beverages , winter drinks

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