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Entries from December 2009

Top 10 Green Cell Phones of 2009

December 29th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Tweet The green cell phones and concept phones of 2009 represent a truly unique convergence of technology. Here are top 10 green cell phones of 2009. The green cell phones and concept phones of 2009 represent a truly unique convergence of technology and innovative ideas. In compiling this list we were looking for cutting-edge renewable […]

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E-Waste Recycling on Broadway

December 29th, 2009 · Comments Off on E-Waste Recycling on Broadway

Tweet The Broadway Green Alliance, in cooperation with WeRecycle! held a successful e-waste recycling on Broadway last December 16 in New York City. Where can you watch cast members from great Broadway musicals like “Finian’s Rainbow,” “Guys and Dolls,” “Mamma Mia!,” “9 to 5,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Ragtime,” “South Pacific,” “The Little Mermaid” and […]

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Top 10 Recycling and Environment Stories of the Week (Dec.21-27)

December 28th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Tweet Pacebutler Top 10: Our choices for the Top 10 recycling and environment stories Dec 21-27 submitted at Green Options. What to do with your post holiday waste. Photo: Inhabitat Wondering what to do with all the garbage generated during the holidays? A year after the TVA disaster in Tennessee, are coal ash sites now […]

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Celebrating the Green in Kwanzaa

December 26th, 2009 · Comments Off on Celebrating the Green in Kwanzaa

Tweet Acknowledging the need for each of us to work towards the protection of the environment, we’re celebrating the green in Kwanzaa this year. Black, red, and green are the colors of Kwanzaa, the weeklong celebration (December 26 to January 1) in the United States honoring African heritage and tradition. Kwanzaa (derived from the Swahili […]

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Third Level Cell Phone Fund Drive

December 24th, 2009 · Comments Off on Third Level Cell Phone Fund Drive

Tweet Third Level Crisis Intervention Center in Traverse City, Michigan, is currently conducting a cell phone collection and fund drive to help support Third Level’s crisis services. Third Level provides immediate, free, flexible services that include 24/7 crisis counseling, a free legal aid clinic, Pete’s Place youth shelter, youth and family services, street outreach and […]

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North Haven Rotary Club Cell Phone Fundraiser

December 24th, 2009 · Comments Off on North Haven Rotary Club Cell Phone Fundraiser

Tweet The Rotary Club of North Haven in Connecticut is currently conducting an ongoing cell phone collection fundraiser to benefit local charities through the collection of used cellular phones. The collected phones are forwarded to Pacebutler Corporation for recycling and refurbishing. Proceeds from this fund drive will be used to assist charities working with military […]

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Top 10 Recycling and Environmental Stories of the Week (Dec.14-20)

December 23rd, 2009 · Comments Off on Top 10 Recycling and Environmental Stories of the Week (Dec.14-20)

Tweet Pacebutler Top 10: Here are top 10 recycling environmental stories Dec 14-20 A US Senator finally proposes the banning of bisphenol-A in the United States, NYC drafts a plan to combat climate change, a business proposal at Copenhagen, and the record high steel recycling rate in the US – these are among the Top […]

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There’s Hope in Clean Renewable Energy Despite Of Copenhagen

December 22nd, 2009 · 3 Comments

Tweet Despite the failure of world leaders at Copenhagen, there’s hope clean renewable energy Copenhagen as green investments soar to $200 billion in 2010 These days I can’t seem to think of Copenhagen without thinking of the game charades, which our artsy-fartsy group back in college used to play every weekend – no offense to […]

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No Dirty Gold Wins New Pledges From Major Jewelry Retailers

December 22nd, 2009 · Comments Off on No Dirty Gold Wins New Pledges From Major Jewelry Retailers

Tweet No Dirty gold wins new pledges. Several large jewelry retailers in the US have made the pledge with the No Dirty Gold. A few weeks ago, we’ve written about Congo Gold and the horrible war in the Democratic Republic of Congo fueled by the world’s insatiable need for Congo’s minerals. It was a subject […]

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Top 10 Recycling Environmental Stories of the Week Dec 7-13

December 21st, 2009 · Comments Off on Top 10 Recycling Environmental Stories of the Week Dec 7-13

Tweet Recycled water bottle chandelier by Organelle Design. Here are some of the most interesting and relevant stories on recycling and the environment bookmarked at Green Options on the 2nd week of December: U.S. Marines Go GREENS with Portable Solar-in-a-Suitcase While some in the civilian world are still pitching the “drill baby drill” approach to […]

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