Greenpeace calls it not perfect but a move in the right direction and I tend to agree. Research conducted on the sugarcane containers by its producers in Japan and Brazil showed that every kilogram of carbon capture plastic produced captured 2kg of atmospheric CO2. Comparatively every kilogram of petrochemical produced caused just under 2kg of…Details
It is actually a good question. How do we use our available space and if not used on a daily basis, could we do without? How eay would it be and would we then have to change some of our other areas to compensate for the loss of the other one?
Climate change is happening, humans are the cause, and a shocking number of congressional Republicans — over 58 percent — refuse to accept it. CAP Action conducted a fresh analysis of public statements from current Representatives and Senators from the 113th Congress on climate change. Roll over any state on the map below for information…Details
Extensive mining activity is due to start in the beautiful bush clad hills behind the iconic Karangahake Rail Trail.
When Tasla will be building their factory in Nevada, the first question that came to my mind was: Where’s the water and power coming from?
Technology and Kids: Startling Statistics Every Parent Should Know About Addiction to iPhones & Screens
First of all, consider that a majority of kids and teens spend about 75% of their waking lives attached to a screen of some sort. Then consider these startling research facts gathered by the International Center for Media & the Public Agenda (ICMPA). This study asked 1,000 students in ten countries on five continents to…Details
If you think most kids are using tech in moderation, think again. Consider the following shocking statistics: Recent Rasmussen College research shows that 90% of all two year-olds have used a computer and 50% of five year-olds use a computer regularly. A study released in June (2013) by Northwestern University (pdf) shows that 21% of…Details
UPNP – upgrade your routers and media players: Some 6900 network-aware products from 1500 companies at 81 million IP-addresses responded to requests. 80% of the devices are home routers, others include printers, webcams and surveillance cameras. Using the UPnP-protocol, many of those devices can be accessed and/or manipulated.Details