climate change


Top 5 Reasons To Hope The Mayans Were Right (Or A Sly Nod To Unstoppable Forces – Viral And Otherwise – That Any Astute Entrepreneur Would Have Noticed)

  • December 16, 2012

As you may well know by now, the world will end on December 21st, 2012 because the Mayan calendar runs out. Not because the Mayans calculated the date of the apocalypse, mind you, but because the doomsday industry demands our imminent annihilation. Only this time, it looks like the Mayans were right. I don’t…

More – Track Your Mobile Carbon Footprint

  • December 2, 2008

Ecorio.orgIn the words of the five-men team behind it, Ecorio enables you to “track your mobile carbon footprint. Reduce and offset it.

Inspire others to do the same. All from your phone. All for free”. This is a very apt definition of what this app sets out to do, and the issues it attempts to redress.

Once you have installed Ecorio, it will run in the background of your phone and keep tack of the car and bus journeys you undertake. A summary will be eventually produced, and then you can set down to buying offsets in relation to your carbon footprint figures.

That is, once you have figured out what is your personal contribution to global warming from activities like driving, you can fund activities that reduce greenhouse gas emissions to balance out the situation.

In addition to that, Ecorio makes it possible to you to find out public transit and carpooling information for each trip, and find the best routes available in an instant fashion.

As a conclusion, this is a well-developed application that deserves your attention if only because of the important role it can play out as regards stopping climate change.

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More – Help Stop Climate Change

  • December 1, 2008

WeAddUp.comWe Add Up is a global campaign whereby supporters use organic cotton t-shirts to express their allegiance to the cause. These t-shirts are emblazoned with a unique number that represents your place in the sequential global count of all the people who are making a contribution towards stopping climate change.

Moreover, each shirt lists the action the individual is taking to help the cause on its back.

In addition to t-shirts, there are also products like mugs and tote bags that can be procured at the site and which come complete with words and phrases similar to the ones that are printed on the shirts themselves.

The website also has a section which is geared towards fundraisers and those who are interested in placing bulk orders, whereas a blog is included for additional reference and information.

If you wish to make a contribution and do something positive for the world that we all live in, consider paying this portal a visit. As the site itself points out: “No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. And we add up.”

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More – Are You Climate Conscious?

  • June 18, 2008 is a site on climate science developed by working climate scientists for the interested public and journalists. offers quick responses to developing stories and provides the context sometimes missing when telling such stories. The information and discussions presented in this website are restricted to scientific topics based in strict science. The subjects considered are on the most important issues to be addressed by the people concerned and committed to climate matters, like aerosols, Arctic and Antarctic, climate modeling, El Nino, geoengineering, greenhouse gases, hurricanes, oceans and much, much more. You also have sections that sections with extra information about what are being done to understand seriously the climate issue and who are studying the phenomenon. Check the Attic, Comment Policy, Contributor bio’s, FAQ, Glossary, in the News, reviews, and supplemental data. You can read and be part of the Forums if you prefer a proactive approach. Keep in mind that learning what is going on with our planet’s climate and acting accordingly, are among our top responsibilities as humans.

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More – A Green Social Network

  • June 6, 2008

Edenbee.comIt was bound to happen. With all the, ‘Being green is cool,’ ‘Gas is old hat,’ ‘What’s your carbon footprint?,’ conversations being bandied about like there’s no tomorrow, it’s only fitting that a social network based on “green” would be made.

And that’s just what the folks behind Edenbee did. Edenbee focuses on climate change as it’s save the world hook. Like other social networks, you register and create a profile and then contribute to the community and friends through groups, photos, music videos, etc. However, as a green site, your profile includes a glimpse into your lifestyle. In other words, How green are you? Once you figure where you’re at, you can set goals to help you change and in turn, save the world little by little. The site features a bevy of tools like a carbon footprint calculator, or Carbon Timeline, to help you be progressive and productive. There’s also plenty of tips and articles to help you out.

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More – By Giga Omni Media

  • June 4, 2008 is a website of Giga Omni Media, a leading provider of publications and events.

This provider aims to be a solution for the technology and information industries worldwide. However, in this case, we are talking about Planet Earth and its nature. We have globally committed to saving our planet; climate change is making its ominous mark, but a savvy new generation of technology innovators is leading the charge to combat environmental woes and create shared well-being. Earth2Tech keeps members of the supporting eco-ecosystem informed about technology startups, entrepreneurs and university labs working to keep the earth green, the water clean, electricity costs lean, and the transport infrastructure running. This is a pretty deign commitment, though everyone thinks it’s almost a utopia. However, information has proven to be one of the most powerful elements of modern ages, and this site aims to use to the benefit of the planet. These are ecopreneurs.

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More – It Takes 2 To Change the World

  • April 14, 2008

2People.orgYou’ve heard the phrase it takes two to tango; well according to website 2People, it takes two people at a time to prod a nation, a world into doing something about global warming. You’ve heard it before, on all those public TV specials detailing what would happen if temperatures rose just 2 degrees—melting polar ice caps, super storms, heat waves, disappearing coral reefs.

Change has to happen now. 2People is a community of people interested in sustainability. They intend to build a public mandate for real answers to global warming. Join the site today to learn about greening your lifestyle, how to take political action, how to get involved and to get the word out. 2People is filled with invaluable information about how you can make a difference. Take the challenge and join the fight.

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More – The BBC Goes Green

  • March 17, 2008

BBCgreen.comThe BBC is the latest big name to go green. The British Broadcasting Company has launched BBC Green, a site aimed at providing information on the green movement and practical advice for living a more sustainable lifestyle – from composting and solar power to making ethical investments with your money.

From the front page, users can jump to various topics: Home & Garden, Food, Travel, Lifestyle & Family, Money. Content includes features like “Myth Busters” and “60 second guide to…” articles. Those with no idea where to even start going green can surf to the “What more can I do?” page, which provides tips on how to reduce your carbon footprint. The tips are divided into three levels based on how much effort and cost are involved on your part, and also give you an idea how much of a difference each action would make in both C02 emissions and cost (reported in UK pounds). You can further personalize your BBC Green experience by registering, creating a profile, sharing articles with friends, or adding content from BBC Green to sites like Facebook, Digg, and

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More – Economic Action for a Just Planet

  • March 1, 2008

CoopAmerica.orgWant to help the world by becoming a member of an environmental organization? Well then, you might be interested in visiting, a non profitable membership organization that focuses on economic strategies in order to sort out social and environmental issues.

This site will provide you with detailed information about the organization’s actions. The aim of is to form an environmentally sustainable society through the economic power. You will be able to discuss and take action on topics such as climate change, green energy, green businesses, community investing, living green and much more. Furthermore, you can easily become a member in order to receive interesting benefits and updates. The site’s layout is well designed with a lot of information and a correct organization that help the users find quickly what they are looking for.

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