India’s farmer network is saving seeds from climate change

November 21, 2017 by  
Filed under Business, Green

Comments Off on India’s farmer network is saving seeds from climate change

Deep at a “seed bank” in the Himalayan foothills, farmers are preserving hardy indigenous varieties of wheat, corn and rice.

See the original post here:
India’s farmer network is saving seeds from climate change

Zencube is state-of-the-art LED salt lamp that helps you breathe easier

June 17, 2016 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on Zencube is state-of-the-art LED salt lamp that helps you breathe easier

Zencube is a brand new take on the Himalayan salt lamp. Known for a multitude of health benefits, salt lamps are the perfect antidote to all the unseen negative effects of technology around us, helping us breathe easier and sleep better. Zencube contains the natural air purification of traditional salt lamps nested within a sleek, modern design. The all-in-one system connects to an app and changes colors to reflect your mood, with the option to add essential oils to its membrane. Its LED bulb uses 90% less energy than a halogen bulb, while providing soft, ambient mood lighting all day. Zencube’s Apple-reminiscent design also will not melt or get sticky like traditional salt lamps — something we can all say Om to. + Zencube

See more here:
Zencube is state-of-the-art LED salt lamp that helps you breathe easier

Himalayan Yak Wool Reaches New Heights in Khunu Sportwear

March 2, 2010 by  
Filed under Business, Eco, Green

Comments Off on Himalayan Yak Wool Reaches New Heights in Khunu Sportwear

All Photos: Khunu. The other day we mentioned outdoor clothing company Icebreaker .

Read the original: 
Himalayan Yak Wool Reaches New Heights in Khunu Sportwear

90% of Himalayan Glacier Melting Caused by Aerosols & Black Carbon

February 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on 90% of Himalayan Glacier Melting Caused by Aerosols & Black Carbon

photo: Wonker via flickr. We’ve reported a number of times on the growing body of knowledge pointing to aerosols being a greater component of climate change than previously thought, and to black carbon soot accelerating Himalayan glacier melting. Well, some new research from the Lawrence Berkeley Nat..

View original here:
90% of Himalayan Glacier Melting Caused by Aerosols & Black Carbon

IPCC ‘Regrets’ Himalayan Glacier Melting Statement in 2007 Report

January 21, 2010 by  
Filed under Green

Comments Off on IPCC ‘Regrets’ Himalayan Glacier Melting Statement in 2007 Report

photo: futureatlas.com via flickr. The IPCC has issued a statement regarding the inclusion of a non-peer reviewed speculative statement about the rate of Himalayan glacier melting , and the assertion that some could be entirely gone by 2035, in the latest assessment report from 2007.

View original here:
IPCC ‘Regrets’ Himalayan Glacier Melting Statement in 2007 Report

Bad Behavior has blocked 5098 access attempts in the last 7 days.