Tomorrow is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. For all of us (you know who you are) who have unused or expired medications stuffed in cabinets or drawers just taking up space, this is the day to finally get rid of them responsibly.
If you missed last week’s session, jump into this free webinar on Thursday, May 2nd! Get Your Creative On: Designing Green Solutions to Meet Today’s Challenges is a fun, thought-provoking and entertaining session. Discover the inspiration and action plan you need to take that idea for a new solution to a problem and make it into a REAL product! See some innovative and fascinating examples of people who have made it work and find out how you can do the same!
Don’t wait! Sign up TODAY for this free session that’s live tomorrow (Thursday), May 2nd from 1-2 pm Pacific. You’ve got nothing to lose and every insight to gain from me, Debra Atlas - a successful environmental writer, professional blogger, speaker and radio personality. I’m a woman who truly knows GREEN!
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Did you miss the last one? Then be sure to get on board for Get Your Creative On: Designing Green Solutions to Meet Everyday Challenges Thursday, April 25th from 1-2 pm PST.
In this special free webinar that I’m leading. you’ll:
- learn how to come up with solutions to real-life green-related challenges
- discover what it takes to have an idea become a reality.
- find how to tap into your ability to be the innovator you dreamed you could be.
See some of the cool green innovative products I’ve written about as I discuss what it took for their inventors to go from a cool idea to a done deal product. It’l be fun and there will be time for questions too.
So SIGN UP TODAY! Don’t wait another minute! Be my special guest and tell your friends and colleagues about it too! Haven’t you waited long enough to do something amazingly creative?
Discover what you need to take an great idea from imagination to create a new, environmentally-conscious innovation. Join tomorrow’s free webinar – Imagination to Innovation: Designing Green Solutions to Meet Today’s Challenges.
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For those interested in some great vegetarian recipes that will work with the 360 Cookware I profiled recently, here’s a link you can click on. Simply fill in your information and they’ll email the recipes to you.
And remember you only have until the end of the month to take advantage of the special 20% discount off this amazing cookware. You’ll find the special code to use in the original article.
We’ve read about it and there’s finally been some positive legislative action to stop shark finning.
But until you actually see what the noise is all about, you have no real idea of how shockingly devastating this practice is.
Dan Rather will air a special expose’ on Dan Rather Reports on Tuesday, January 24th. This is one show that’s a must-see. Be sure to bring the kleenex.
New Jersey-based TerraCycle has gained a well-earned reputation for turning garbage into great new products. On Saturday, August 21st, National Geographic will feature this amazingly innovative company in their new series, Garbage Moguls.
The show will air three segments in which it follows the team of this innovative “repurposing” industry leader - “the coolest little start-up in American” (Inc. Magazine) - through their zany creative process to create products made completely out of trash.
Even though the temperature outside is in the triple digits – and likely to stay that way for a while – the scent of change is in the air.
If you’re used to checking for information about eco-innovations, sustainability and the latest environmental news on this site, one of the changes is I’ll be shifting to a different site shortly. You’ll still see excerpts here for the next week or two but you’ll want to start going directly to the “new” main site at Envirothink.Wordpress.com.
You’ll find the same top quality information there, with some awesome pictures and useful links. You’ll want to check it regularly as there will be some announcements of exciting new projects coming over the next couple of months. You won’t want to miss out!
So remember to change over to the new blog site for Envirothink and stay tuned for some really cool changes to come!
Bethune, a member of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, was convicted of assault and obstructing Japan’s whaling fleet in the Antarctic. Bethune was found guilty by the Tokyo District Court of illegally boarding a Japanese whaling ship, trespassing, vandalism and possession of a knife. Bethune pleaded guilty to all charges except assault.
For more on this story, see http://3.ly/MQvb.