“MIT chemists Daniel Nocera and Matthew Kanan discover a new catalyst that speeds up the splitting of water into oxygen and hydrogen. The discovery may heighten interest in pollution-free fuel cell vehicles, which generate energy by combining hydrogen and oxygen chemically, emitting only water. The catalyst, made from cheap materials and working in ordinary water, may also make it easier to convert sunlight into chemical fuels, storing solar energy in [...]

Do Cars Really Need to Look Like UFOs to Save Gas? from gas2.org

Is the Prius design really a good compromise? Does it do itself justice by trying to accomplish so much in one vehicle? from gas2.org – To get to the root of this, I decided to seek out an expert opinion and contacted MIT professor, Mark Drela. Dr. Drela is a professor of fluid dynamics in MIT’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics and has been an adviser to MIT’s Vehicle Design [...]

Archive of del.icio.us links Delicious Library – osx software for download – iusethis.com Get your Mac, a webcam, and Delicious Library and rediscover your home library. Just point any FireWire digital video camera, like an Apple iSightâ„¢, at the barcode on the back of any book, movie, music, or video game. Delicious Library does the rest. How one CEO Facebooked his company – Money.CNN.com When Jeremy Burton arrived as CEO [...]

The Story of Stuff - Ch.1: Introduction

The Story Of Stuff will take you on a provocative tour of our consumer-driven culture ‘from resource extraction to iPod incineration’ exposing the real costs of our use-it and lose-it approach to stuff. The movie is just the beginning of the story. Watch it, learn more and get involved here: StoryofStuff.com Found via AmberMac.Com

The Miniature Earth

There’s no really comments here as I think this video says all that is need to be said.


Amber, One of my online friends parents have just launched a new online store, at BestofPEI.Com, for the already succesful real world store that they own and run in Charlottetown on the Prince Edward Island (PEI), that’s in the north east part of Canada. They asked Amber for help in getting the site known to the online community, so she posted a blog about it, and now I’m doing the [...]

Green Website you may like (repost)

Reposted in support of Blog Action Day In the five minutes or so that it will take you to read this article over 400 brand new blogs posts will have been started, that’s around 120,000 per day. If your looking for that nice Green blog to read in may take some tracking down. Now by the law of averages you are going to come across at least one that’s about [...]

The Latest Historical Marker

GroovyGreen.Com Being Green is not always as straight forward as you may think. Help support your local markets before they all end up like this. Originally uploaded to GroovyGreen.Com by Steve Balogh on September 4th, 2007

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