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Archive for September, 2009

Solar House - Student Built - Rice University

The Zerow House

The Zerow House, built by students at Rice University in Houston, will compete against other solar homes in Washington D.C. in October as part of the Solar Decathlon sponsored by the U.S. Energy Department.
But unlike some of its competitors, which are integrating high-concept, high-price features like tricked-out home entertainment systems and moving solar [...]

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Converging on Copenhagen, this group is activistic about reducting ppm C02 to 350 as a way of expressing climate change goals.
350 is the most important number in the world. This number is the safe line for our global climate and a start line for a global movement. Join 350.org to take action in your community, [...]

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No organization is doing more to green New Orleans than Global Green USA

After Hurricane Katrina flattened New Orleans exactly four years ago, on Aug. 29, 2005, the city emerged as an inadvertent symbol of global warming, the first American victim of climate change. More than 200,000 homes were destroyed during the Category 5 hurricane. But in the years since, the Crescent City has quietly embraced a new [...]

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The Art of Burning Man 2010

Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.
— Jane Jacobs
Every year a dense metropolis arises in the Black Rock Desert; every year it disappears without a trace. Tumult and change, churning cycles of invention [...]

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Burning Man, Evolution 2009

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