Monthly Archives: March 2011

My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

March 31, 2011
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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

Starting my Organic Garden Indoors Hello fellow garden enthusiasts and welcome back to the blog! It has been a long cold winter but I’m happy now that with the beginning of spring comes the beginning of my beloved organic gardening season. Even though the ground may still be too hard regardless of which hardiness zone…

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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

March 31, 2011
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My Organic Garden Part One – The Need for Seed

Starting my Organic Garden Indoors Hello fellow garden enthusiasts and welcome back to the blog! It has been a long cold winter but I’m happy now that with the beginning of spring comes the beginning of my beloved organic gardening season. Even though the ground may still be too hard regardless of which hardiness zone…

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WEBINAR 3/29: How to Green Your Retirement Plan

March 31, 2011
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WEBINAR 3/29: How to Green Your Retirement Plan

How can you create a retirement plan that works for you & your employees, and makes a positive impact? Sign up to learn how from the nation’s most diverse socially responsible retirement investment platform. Social(k) works with businesses and non-profits to offer retirement plans that reflect your company’s values. Join Rob Thomas, President of Social(k),…

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WEBINAR 3/29: How to Green Your Retirement Plan

March 31, 2011
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WEBINAR 3/29: How to Green Your Retirement Plan

How can you create a retirement plan that works for you & your employees, and makes a positive impact? Sign up to learn how from the nation’s most diverse socially responsible retirement investment platform. Social(k) works with businesses and non-profits to offer retirement plans that reflect your company’s values. Join Rob Thomas, President of Social(k),…

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Environmental Education Week: Ocean Connections

March 31, 2011
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Environmental Education Week: Ocean Connections

Explore our vital connection to oceans with teachers + students nationwide Photo: eeweek.org April 10-16 The ocean covers nearly three quarters of our planet’s surface, provides 70 percent of the oxygen in the atmosphere and houses about 20 percent of the known species on Earth. It regulates climate and weather and provides food and energy…

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Webservations: The Elephant In The Boardroom: On GoDaddy’s CEO Shooting An Elephant

March 31, 2011
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03/31/2011 5:02:35am – In the most forgiving sense, it could be viewed as an example of CSR gone horribly wrong. An act intended to be helpful but whose execution (in the literal sense) was botched, the way the video was documented, and how it was disseminated by the featu… Read the full post

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Help SSF – Create Global Change through our Innovative New Project

March 31, 2011
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In lieu of a gala, auction or fundraising party, SSF has continued its legacy… of “thinking outside the box” and has focused its efforts on making Verhulst + Fredericks (V+F) its New York “event.” The restaurant will bring together the worlds of design, fashion and food creation into a unique dining […] Read the full…

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March 31, 2011
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In lieu of a gala, auction or fundraising party, SSF has continued its legacy… of “thinking outside the box” and has focused its efforts on making Verhulst + Fredericks (V+F) its New York “event.” The restaurant will bring together the worlds of design, fashion and food creation into a unique dining […] Read the full…

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A Travel Agency for Environmentalists, Vegans & Vegetarians

March 31, 2011
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Traveling as a vegan, vegetarian or eco-conscious individual can present its own unique set of challenges. As a vegan, you may need to do some research on how to say “dairy” or “eggs” in another language. As an environmentalist, you may be concerned about your environmental footprint as the result of a trip and seek…

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Liquid Hydrogen fuel looks to become a reality sooner than expected

March 30, 2011
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Liquid Hydrogen fuel looks to become a reality sooner than expected

Unless you’re incredibly optimistic or know something that I don’t, you’ll probably agree that gasoline prices aren’t going to be going down anytime soon if ever. I’ve long felt that rapid inflation in the cost of oil would be the single greatest catalyst for alternative energy vehicles and it seems that my theory will be…

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