Posts Tagged ‘Green’

Wingsuit base jumping-Not for the faint of heart

April 27, 2009

I thought base jumping was intense….and then I saw this video.

Sent in by Ben-Diggity.

Wecyle on your way to the cannibas shop

August 15, 2008

Because you’ll never remember to do it afterwards. This is how the Dutch government reminds its people to stay green.

Living amongst the trees-Ewoks attempt to pass zoning ordinances to keep humans on the ground

August 8, 2008

Inhabitat ran a post about 2 weeks ago talking about these funky little fishbowls in the trees.

Our Planet Retreats, an innovative UK-based company, is building eco-resorts in gorgeous pristine locations like the Phillipines, Vanatu, and Papua New Guinea. Visiting guests stay in simple floating spheres in the trees that are reached by spiral stairs. Crafted from fiberglass and built by locals, each sphere can accommodate up to 4 people. The first resort is comprised of 12 spheres. Other sustainable features include small solar panels and solar water heating systems.

Read the rest here.

This shot gives you an idea of how spacious(?) the orbs are.

Global Warming as Mass Neurosis by the Wall Street Journal

July 9, 2008

The Wall Street Journal ran a great article Sunday and the title in the blog post pretty much sums it up.
More here

Fraud: “Lost tribe” of Amazon wasn’t really lost afterall, but was a ploy by an enviromental group to stop logging of area

June 22, 2008

Or so the story was told and sold. But it has now emerged that, far from being unknown, the tribe’s existence has been noted since 1910 and the mission to photograph them was undertaken in order to prove that ‘uncontacted’ tribes still existed in an area endangered by the menace of the logging industry.

More here

UK MP-Every adult should have to carry “carbon ration cards.”

May 29, 2008

Man…a national ID card, now these carbon ration cards. I’m going to need a new government-issued wallet with the optional terrorist message decoder ring. Something from a non-animal source of course, with a low carbon foot-print, and not too snazzy looking, lest anyone think I’m materialistic. Ration this.

Here’s another ration card for you from our friends at The People’s Cube which, ironically enough is a satire on socialism, so I’m sure it’s got lots of global warming content there.