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Is Global Warming Triggering More Earthquakes?

Image by Alex Healing / Creative Commons With the recent earthquakes we’ve been experiencing and hearing about in the news, I thought it would be a good opportunity to touch on whether or not global warming, or climate change, could be contributing to the seemingly increased quake activity and how we can be prepared in […]

Mother Nature’s take on Global Warming

  Image by biofriendly Have you ever wondered what Mother Nature thinks about Global Warming?  There’s always talk about how humans have caused global warming or the various different factors that contribute to global warming, but what does Mother Nature think? If people cut down the rainforests, is she kind and forgiving or does she strike […]

Biofriendly ways to offset your own carbon impact

   On March 2nd, I wrote a blog “Global Warming: Calculate your own pollution“, where I brought up that before I decided to go out and spend money that I don’t have to pay someone else to offset MY carbon impact, I wanted to check out other biofriendly options I could take.  So, here are […]

Film shoots and global warming

  Image by biofriendly On location film shoots have always been a pet-peeve of mine.  It’s not the fact that they are doing shooting on location, I just don’t understand why there is so much unnecessary waste on these film shoots.  Seriously, between the constantly running generators, to the trucks idling in the street, to […]

Global Warming: Calculate your own pollution

Image by biofriendly  A friend of mine and I were talking about global warming the other day, specifically referring to an article I read about “solutions” for climate change.  The article itself was very informative, but some of the ideas were just downright scary due to the horrible potential down-sides, such as: Spray Sulfate Aerosols […]

Biofriendly trips: Eat, drink and relax green

  Image by Dennis Wong I know you may be wondering why I’m bringing up trips now…didn’t everyone just get back from their winter holidays?  While that may be true, many people are already planning their Valentine’s Day getaways.  I mean really, who wouldn’t enjoy a romantic and relaxing getaway for Valentine’s Day?  I know […]

Global warming and earthquakes

  Image by jblyberg We are just two weeks into 2009 and there have already been a few major earthquakes reported around the world; Indonesia, Costa Rica, Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and here in Southern California.  But before anyone starts to panic or tries to figure out how earthquakes are a sign of global […]

Global warming and your carbon footprint

  Image by Tony Crider  If you aren’t familiar with the term, a carbon footprint is a “measure of the impact that human activities have on the environment in terms of the amount of greenhouse gases produced, measured in units of carbon dioxide.”  Now, have you ever wondered what your carbon footprint is?  Do you […]

Antarctic ‘Zero Emissions’ station going online

Climate control, global warming and reducing harmful emissions are big topics of conversation and action these days. In going through some of the latest articles and blogs on global warming, I came across this great Treehugger blog posted today: ” ‘Zero Emissions’ Antarctic Station Researchers Move In, Part I“. It’s about the Antarctic station, Princess […]