Am honoured to host this edition of the Carnival of the Green - the web's leading and roving digest of green blogs. Last week it was hosted by Eco Worrier and next week it will be hosted by EveryDayTrash. Without further ado...welcome to the 77th edition of the Carnival of the Green
Personal Finance Advice bring us 10 ways to save the earth money in under a minute. In short this post shows how easy it is, and financially sensible, to save a little piece of our planet.
Save The Ribble brings a report from a fab and fun looking event to remind us that Another Preston Is Possible: Mayday, Preston Flagmarket 2007.
Everyday Trash has an interesting Q&A with a trash artist.
Eco Libertarian offers his thoughts about justifications for gas prices in Canada in this post titled Nonsense on gas prices from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and concludes that the simple answer, whether you believe you're being deliberately gouged or not, is drive less.
Eco Street delivers a great look at greener battery options focusing on batteries, rechargeables, and recycling the 'poisonous little things'.
Why Travel To France explores the importance and versatility of Nettles and how public information regarding natural nettles fertilizer and its sale in France are 'mysteriously' prohibited.
The Good Human brings to our attention their Top 10 Ways To Green Your Office having become personally aware of the waste that occurs in offices.
Evangelical Ecologist provides his thoughts on a chart from the EPA that shows a 50% drop in US air pollution over the past 30 years, while at the same time putting 4 times the number of folks on the road, increasing energy projection by half, and growing our economy 200%. He is pleased but others disagree.
Green Sleeves posts about a proposed wind farm off the Delaware coast and the challenge it places before conservationists who support alternative energy in principle but have issues with it in practice.
Veggie Revolution invites you to read Wendell Berry's inspiring poem 'The Peace of Wild Things' which provided Wendell with comfort and inspiration in nature during tough times.
Greener Magazine touches on a hot topic and looks at immigration reform in the US and what should be done with the 12 million undocumented people working and living there.
Wild Green Yonder explains their experiment in carrying around their trash for a week.
Real Green Tips asks if it is possible to make money out of climate change and explores various opportunities to profit as regulations change and the Earth warms.
Savvy Vegetarian proclaims that Good Neighbors Eat Local and looks at eating local and the evils of industrial agriculture whilst presenting the views of Barbara Kingsolver and John Ikerd, champions of sustainable agriculture.
And that brings this 77th Carnival of the Green to a close...hope you enjoyed.