Monthly Archives: October 2013

Mosaiculture

Mosaiculture Internationales de Montreal is a non profit organization that was set up in the late 1990’s in order to promote a competition in Montreal’s Parc des Eclusier.  Mosaiculture is a combination of design, horticulture and gardening where the artistic … Continue reading

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Tower of David

The Tower of David, located in Caracas, Venezuela, is perhaps the highest and most developed squatter community in the world. In the remains of a failed development over 3,000 people inhabit this 45 story structure, building brick dwellings on the … Continue reading

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The Wolf Hunt

There are an estimated 625 wolves left in Montana and over 6,000 permits were issued to hunt them.  At first this sounds like an awful idea considering that the wolf was endangered in the United States just a few years … Continue reading

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China’s Construction Rubble

“With hundreds of millions of tons of waste quietly dumped on the outskirts of China’s major cities each year, the rate of growth has made it increasingly inescapable.  In January, construction waste was dumped on imperial tombs from the Ming … Continue reading

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Carbon Dioxide Net Benefits and True “Social Cost”

According to Paul C. “Chip” Knappenberger, Assistant Director for the Center for the Study of Science at the CATO Institute, “The Obama administration’s latest, greatest weapon to prosecute its war on global warming is something called the “’social cost of … Continue reading

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Color Matters

Color plays an important role in the lives we live in. It provides a power source of communication, a sway in your thinking, a change in our actions, and a course of our reactions. Color is irreplaceable. Fact is that color … Continue reading

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A Steely Effort For Sustainability

President Obama’s ambitious and controversial environmental action plan has set forth a number actions by the private industry.  Much of the President’s emphasis has been placed within the automobile industry.  For instance, he would like to “Put 1 million Plug-In … Continue reading

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