Living Green: Green Roofs

Green Roofs By Bill Marken PHOTO BY: Marianne Majerus It is difficult to pinpoint when the living roof jumped from eco-fantasy to eco-solution — there have been startling and innovative green roofs all across the country and in Europe seemingly forever. But in my mind, technology and design caught up with the dream in 2008 when a … Continue reading

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Green For All is proud to support the 2012 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Eastern Conference, taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 3 and 4 at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel. We are writing to encourage you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity.Register for Good Jobs, Green Jobs East today.Now…

Healthy Living: Sustainable Agriculture | Genetic engineering dangers and problems | Greenpeace

Promote Sustainable Agriculture Over the past 50 years, we have nearly tripled agricultural outputs. But this so-called “Green Revolution” comes at unbearable costs for the environment, public health and social welfare. Industrial farming with its dependency on fossil fuels, toxic inputs and ignorance for common goods has proven to be a dead-end road. “I support … Continue reading

Active Movement: 2012 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Eastern Conference – Philadelphia, PA

Green For All is proud to support the 2012 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Eastern Conference, taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 3 and 4 at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel. We are writing to encourage you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity.Register for Good Jobs, Green Jobs East today.Now in its fifth year, … Continue reading

Living Green: Westinghouse Solar Launches World’s First Fully Integrated Plug-and-Play Solar Panels

Originally posted on www.renewable-energy-sources.com March 25, 2012 Instant Connect(TM) Eliminates Panel-to-Panel Wiring and Racking, Reduces Installation Costs by 50% Westinghouse Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq:WEST), a designer and manufacturer of solar power systems, has recently announced the release of Instant Connect, a new line of solar panels that makes rooftop installations faster and easier than ever before. Instant … Continue reading

A Curious Notion: Whose Side is “Big Pharma” On?

 An Op-Ed by: Mesesh Carswell It seems to me, yet another Curious Notion that the pharmaceutical industry, the recipients of such a bountiful gift from the G.W. Bush administration; “The Prescription Drug” bill, is an industry that has a battalion of full time lobbyists. Why wouldn’t they be “pulling the coat tails”, of the current crop of … Continue reading

Healthy Living: Are you concerned about the lack of labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods?

8 Things You Can Do From Justlabelit.org  1. Comment! It takes 30 seconds to tell the FDA that you have the right to know what’s in your food. 2. Eat fresh! While some produce is genetically engineered, most GMOs will be found in processed foods containing soy and corn. Eat more fresh vegetables and unprocessed foods. Your body will … Continue reading

Healthy Living: Top 10 Hotspots for Human Longevity

Top 10 Hotspots for Human Longevity By Miriam Weiner | U.S.News & World Report LP – Fri, Mar 9, 2012 11:59 AM EST In 1513, Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León set sail in search of Bimini, a mythical land said to house a spring that restored youth to anyone who drank from it. After scouring the Caribbean and Florida, … Continue reading

Curious Notions: An Indictment of Serial Rape

By Meheshnehawn Carswell Unfortunately I am compelled to point A Curious Notion at an active crime in progress. I know on the face of it the sound is completely alarmist but, to be in the active view of a crime being perpetrated can be horrifying, and to know that the victim is in expectation of … Continue reading

Healthy Living: Put Down That Slice of Bread!

Put Down That Slice of Bread!   Even “Healthy” Whole Wheat Is Linked to Heart Disease, Arthritis and Dementia What could be more wholesome than whole-wheat bread? For decades, nutritionists and public health experts have almost begged Americans to eat more whole wheat and other grains. It’s bad advice. Most of us know that white … Continue reading

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