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GE Juices the Electric Car Market

by Rick on November 12, 2010

GE is buying Volts. Chevy Volts, that is. Yes, the energy giant is jumping into electric cars. In a move that seems fitting, if admittedly self-serving, GE – proud owner of one of the world’s largest vehicle fleets – has announced they will purchase 25,000 electric vehicles by 2015. They’ll start with an initial purchase [...]

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Bicycle Touring: The Future of Travel?

by Rick on November 9, 2010

We’re big fans of bicycles here at SustainAbler, whether for fun or function. It’s hard to beat a mode of transportation that saves energy, doesn’t burn fossil fuels, but does burn calories. What’s not to like? So we really liked this article from David Kroodsma over at HuffPost, kicking out eight signs that two-wheeled travel [...]

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Did Climate Change Burn the Democrats?

by Rick on November 3, 2010

Some are blaming climate change efforts for yesterday’s Democratic meltdown. Do you agree? And does this slam the door on future climate change legislation?

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SustainAbler Survey: We Want Your Input

by Rick on October 18, 2010

SustainAbler is coming out of hibernation, and we need your help. What do you most want from a green site? Green product reviews? Green tips & how-tos? Green celebrity gossip? Please take a couple minutes to fill out this short survey (only 7 questions!) so that we can bring you more of what you want. [...]

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Gas Prices Got You Down? Ditch Your Car

by Rick on October 14, 2010

Have you noticed a little more pain at the pump this week? I sure did – I had to pay $2.69 a gallon for gas yesterday. And that was at the cheap-o place. Yikes! CNN is reporting today that gas prices nationwide jumped 8 cents a gallon compared to two weeks ago. The folks at [...]

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THINK Rolls Out 2,500th Electric Car

by Rick on October 12, 2010

Electric car number 2500 is news? Well, sort of, for now. And it’s a cute car, so why not help them celebrate? THINK, the Norwegian maker of the City electric car, trumpeted the news when it rolled car number 2500 out the door of their plant in Finland yesterday. I know, that’s a drop in [...]

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Good News: Obama Halts, Delays Drilling

by Rick on May 27, 2010

From the Department of Silver Linings: Alaska’s Chukchi and Beaufort seas are safe, at least for the moment. And Virginia’s offshore lease appears to be, well, dead in the water. Thanks, BP! In the Obama administration’s most decisive policy response yet to the BP oil spill, today Barack Obama delayed or canceled deepwater offshore oil [...]

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Art for the Gulf: A Kid Takes Action

by Rick on May 26, 2010

Olivia Bouler, a 10-year-old from Islip, New York, is, in her words, “devastated” about the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. But she isn’t just wringing her hands; she’s wielding pens and colored pencils to help the recovery effort. Olivia, a frequent visitor to Orange Beach, Alabama, loves the birds there – and [...]

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Brooks BioMoGo: Built to Biodegrade

by Rick on May 26, 2010

Running shoes don’t last long: 300 miles of pounding, and they’re trashed – sometimes literally. And in the landfill, they last practically forever. Except my Brooks. Why? They’ve got BioMoGo. No matter how many lives I give my running shoes – from training to casual street wear to yard work to the donation pile – [...]

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Green Review: Keen Cornell II Messenger Bag

by Rick on May 21, 2010

Green Product Category: Messenger Bags; $90 We gave our Keen Cornell II sustainable messenger bag the ultimate test: a middle schooler. He lugged books, lunches and lacrosse sticks, stuffing the bag to well beyond capacity – and lobbing it at his locker. Despite the abuse, the material held up well, with seams and zippers intact. [...]

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2010: Hottest Year on Record?

by Rick on May 20, 2010

Welcome to 2010, the soon-to-be hottest year on record. This week the US National Oceanic and Atomspheric Administration (NOAA) released its preliminary global temperatures for April. Verdict: hot. In fact, this April was the hottest on record: April global land and ocean surface temperature: warmest on record. April global ocean surface temperature: warmest on record. [...]

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Bottled Water is “Bullsh*t”: Lewis Black

by Rick on May 18, 2010

If Annie Leonard’s Story of Bottled Water doesn’t convince you that bottled water is a scam, maybe comedian Lewis Black will. Black waxes bombastic on the bottled water industry: “Because when I think clean water – oh, yeah – I f***ing think Coke and Pepsi.” Beware: Black’s language is about as clean as Coca-Cola’s waste [...]

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Did I Say THAT? Eating My Words About BP

by Rick on May 18, 2010

I figured I’d regret giving BP credit for its oil spill response. Daniel Gross catalogs BP bumbling.

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These Come From Trees: Sticker Vandalism for a Cause

by Rick on May 17, 2010

I’m trying to teach my 6-year-old about conserving resources and reducing waste. My recent object lesson: paper towels in public restrooms. “See,” I show her, “I used one paper towel, getting it thoroughly wet while getting my hands dry enough.” She dutifully uses one towel. She looks at me quizzically. “My hands still feel wet.” [...]

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Use Google Earth to Calculate Your Solar Energy Potential

by Rick on May 14, 2010

Thinking about solar panels for your roof, but not sure about the cost? Use Google Earth to suss out your home’s solar energy footprint. zeroes in on your rooftop via Google Earth to analyze your roof’s sunlight potential and estimate your solar ROI: how much would solar panels cost you, and how much could [...]

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If Only We Could Compost Dell Computers

by Rick on May 13, 2010

In Dell’s ongoing efforts to green their business, the company just announced that their new bamboo cushion packaging is certifiably compostable, having received the American Society for Testing and Materials ASTM D6400 certification. Dell started shipping netbooks in the packaging in November 2009; they now use it for some of their Inspiron line of laptops [...]

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THINK Electric Car: On U.S. Streets in 2010?

by Rick on May 11, 2010

The THINK electric car company just received a $40 million “battery charge” – an equity investment designed to help the company increase product development and launch in the United States. The Norwegian automaker plans to start selling the THINK City EV in the US in 2010 and will begin manufacturing the vehicle in Elkhart, Indiana, [...]

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BP Oil Spill: Dome Down, Two to Go

by Rick on May 10, 2010

CNN has a good description of why the dome failed to cap BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill: methane hydrates. So what’s next? Next up: a “top hat” temporary containment solution, followed by a “junk shot” – filling the hole full of debris and then sealing it off with concrete. Eh?And if that doesn’t work, they’ve [...]

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