This week I have the great privilege of hosting the Carnival of the Green, a weekly round-up of all things ethical. A big thanks to Jen for hosting the Carnival last week, and to City Hippy and Triple Pundit- the genius behind this idea. Next week The Ester Republic is hosting.
Starling presents Environment Be Dammed posted at The Business of America is Business. Judy greatly admires Bill Millison, Bill The Permaculture Guy's for his awesome expertise, but finds that he has a strangely misinformed view of a vegetarian diet.
Sludgie has much to say as Bush, who up to now may have the worst enviro record of any president, declares the largest marine preserve in the world in the Hawaiian Islands.
CityHippy questions the targeting of SUV drivers when surely more would be gained from engaging with ALL drivers instead of just demonising and alienating a minority.
Sally Kneidel PhD, co-author of Veggie Revolution, writes a review of Jeff Barrie's documentary "Kilowatt Ours." It's a very personal and engaging film about people affected by our country's dependence on coal. The beginning documents the health and environmental consequences of our energy consumption. The last half documents just as carefully and convincingly the details of the easy solution.
The Greener Magazine argues that China's newly completed Three Gorges Dam may prove to be a double edged sword when it comes to the environment.
John discusses his first foray into do-it-yourself organic winemaking at home.
A Guide to Green Living offers advice on sustainable methods of maintaining your lawn.
Dr. Fuhrman discusses
the chemical contamination of fish
For those who feel strangely tempted to keep chickens Groovy Green has some sound advice.
Ecostreet gives an introduction to the farmer's weekly food miles campaign, which sounds thoroughly worthwhile.
Chekhov answers a reader's question about what to do with formaldehyde-releasing particleboard