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Book Review: Wine to Water

Book Review: Wine to Water

From his humble beginning as a bartender in a North Carolina biker bar to founding a successful international charity providing clean water to some of the most impoverished locations on the planet, Doc Hendley's Wine to Water is an inspiring story about one man's desire to help change the world.

Posted byon01.27.2012inBooks

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Book Review: A World Without Ice

Book Review: A World Without Ice

The Earth is warming at an alarming rate, and one of the principal dangers associated with global warming is the loss of multi-year ice in the polar regions. Climate change expert Dr. Henry Pollack’s book, A World Without Ice, presents a clear picture of what the loss of polar ice will mean fo

Posted byon11.19.2009inBooks

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Book Review: Heat by George Monbiot

Book Review: Heat by George Monbiot

Recently I picked up a copy of George Monbiot’s Heat to read, because I’d read about the controversy surrounding some of his environmental ideas and I wanted to read a few of his ideas for myself. The book’s core premise is based on the question, what would the world look like after a 90%

Posted byon10.9.2009inBooks

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Amazon's 'Kindle' is next step towards paperless culture

Amazon’s ‘Kindle’ is next step towards paperless culture

Earlier this week online giant Amazon.com released a digital reader called the Kindle, a device that has great potential to revolutionize the way we read. While ebook readers aren't new, Amazon's offering brings several new features to the table. Chief among the green features of this device are

Posted byon11.25.2007inBooks, Simple Living, Sustainable Tech

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