Do-It-Yourself Going Green Ideas
Everyone now recognizes ‘sustainability’ and ‘going green’ as this millennium’s newest buzzwords. As climate change and the energy crises continue to pose an ever-growing threat to the way we interact with this planet, companies are changing the way they do business. Whether or not you believe in global climate change, your company stands to benefit from this popular trend and there is no better time to start your company’s shift towards sustainability than in the month of April (Earth Month).
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What’s the natural gardening solution?
Get hold of several tons of well rotted manure. Horse manure is best but any litter from a fowl or herbivore will do, in this extreme case. Farmers are often happy to give it away. They may even truck it to you.
By: Max Muller
We hear almost daily about global warming, as well as two distinct views of what is happening to our planet. One view is that our carbon emissions and other pollution is leading to a disastrous ecological collapse and destruction of the world. The other view is that although we are causing harm, the earth is capable of repairing the damage in natural cycles of ice ages and thaws.
Whatever our view, all responsible people realize that the pollution emissions are wrong and something needs to be done about them. The biggest culprit seems to be the increase in carbon dioxide level that upsets the delicate balance of our atmosphere. The impact that humanity makes is called our carbon footprints.
Well if you are thinking that this is just a hair brained scheme and not serious technology at all then just remember that many patents have been registered across Europe and the USA and some of them by the big motor manufacturers.
In fact in the early 20th century a car was driven 100% off tap water – the car’s performance wasn’t earth shattering but the technology was.
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But the technology to use the chemical energy in water has been around for over 100 years. The electrolysis effect was discovered in 1800 by William Nicholson and Anthony Carlisle. With this process they were able to separate water into its basic components of hydrogen and oxygen.