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Kiva, and helping the world
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Hey guys, You have been EvokedMany people talk about helping people, and I found a way we all canI want you to look at KivaHere, you can donate money to a…Continue


Started this discussion. Last reply by Ameya Warde May 7, 2010.


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I have been EVOKED!- Water now, not 2020!

Hi guys

So have decided to write to the shadow minister for the local river system, the shadow envoronmental minister, and the opposition leader. This is because they will definately be voted in, and the current government are poor to say the least ^_^

Ill keep a progress report on my blog

TO: Greg.Hunt.MP@aph.gov.au,Ian.Macfarlane.MP@aph.gov.au,Tony.Abbott.MP@aph.gov.au


Dear The… Continue

Posted on May 7, 2010 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

Purifiing water since 1973

Aqua-sun Is a company that has developed a system to purify water, which is powered by a solar pannel, and have been doing so since 1973. Thr commercial systems allow them to provide people in third world countries drinking water that is clean, and up to first world standards.

They can be used on puddles, lakes, rivers, and streams, and it can make about 100 gals per day on solar power. Now that's innovation in action!…


Posted on May 7, 2010 at 3:09am

World Water Day 2020

I would implement a policy in my country Australia, on World

Water Day 2020. By then we should have a decent government. On the day, a 'Rally for Water' will be held in the city.

My idea is to use the NSW desalination plant, which is currently running at less than 10% capacity, to operate at 100% capacity, and bottle that drinking water, which can then be destributed by aid charities to where it is needed. There is no point in investing millions of dollars into a plant that is… Continue

Posted on May 7, 2010 at 3:00am — 4 Comments

Celebrating with clean energy

I would celebrate a birthday with a game of laser tag, where the energy that runs the guns and vest come from solar energy, or green energy that is created when the person moves (Like the soccerball concept,or green watches, but slightly different)

Posted on May 7, 2010 at 1:50am

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