Greenopia announced today that it has released the green industry’s most comprehensive automobile ratings. Available on its popular website, www.greenopia.com, the car ratings use Greenopia’s EPA-recognized 4-Leaf rating system to provide definitive indications of over 100 models’ impact on the environment resulting from their manufacture and operation.
Archive | February, 2009
Déjà vu all over again with talk of saving the planet and toilet flushing cutbacks. Australia is in a drastic situation due to a drought that has been causing severe water shortages. The Australian government has decided to take action against home owners and their toilets to increase water supplies; you flush, you pay. HOUSEHOLDERS […]
One man leads Chicago Floor Traders rebellion against Obama’s plan (as seen on CNBC). It’s Tea Party Time! [image credit] I wonder who’s mortgage payments I will be helping to pay? How about it folks, will you enjoy paying another person’s mortgage while you struggle to make your own? What does this have to do […]
Major new expansions being made with Jatropha Curcas being processed into a clean green biodiesel fuel. Green Gold Ray Energies Inc. announced today that its biodiesel refinery in Nasipit Port, Agusan del Norte will be opened in the next 90 days. Below is the perspective view of the GRYE Processing & Refinery Plant, capable of […]
California will run out of money in February or March and if action is not taken soon, a 15 billion dollar cash shortage will have to be faced as California gas stations say ‘no’ to new green pump mandate.
Renewable energy, it turns out, does grow on trees. The fruit pods plucked from jatropha trees have seeds that produce clean-burning diesel fuel. But unlike corn and other biofuel sources, the jatropha doesn’t have to compete with food crops for arable land. Even in the worst of soils, it grows like weeds. Sound too good […]
The Social Medicine Legislation (National Health Care) hidden in the Stimulus Spending Bill will seriously affect senior citizens. Your future health benefits will also be greatly affected. How is this supposed to create jobs?
[image credit] USA TODAY: A Current Pew Poll has revealed that 47% of Americans are not very satisfied with their cities (especially big cities) of residence and would prefer living elsewhere. City dwellers are more likely to dream of living somewhere else, and men in rural areas are far happier living there than women. Generally […]