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Kristina Corbett's Blog – May 2011 Archive (7)

LEARN 3!!

I found on the city of Hamilton website that there is a partner ship between the city of Hamilton and Hamilton Renewable Power INC they are taking waste from the glanbrook landfill.



"Landfill gas generation is a natural process that occurs in any landfill as solid waste decomposes. The gas, composed primarily of methane (50%) and carbon dioxide (50%), is produced when organic material breaks down in an oxygen free (anaerobic) environment.



The Glanbrook Landfill Gas to… Continue

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 15, 2011 at 7:18pm — No Comments

Imagine 2: What I will be eating my future....

It's 2020 and my family and I are sitting at our lovely kitchen table. It's a beautiful sunny day and my children and I have gathered lettuce, tomatoes, cuc**bers, peppers, and herbs from the garden to create our home cooked meal. My family is of Greek decent so we have made a lovely fresh salad and to go along with it my husband has prepared pork souvlaki on the BBQ.

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 12, 2011 at 11:57pm — No Comments

Act 2: What I can do to help

For years my grandparents have worked hard in my back yard creating a huge ginormous delicious garden filled with a variety of tree's, vegetables, and fruit. My grandparents were very generous and gave away vase amounts of food to our neighbors all down the street. My parents have passed away recently so my father and I have upkeep the garden and carried on with my grandparents work. I know they would be proud.

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 12, 2011 at 11:52pm — No Comments

LEARN 2!:)

Is this what it really has come too....



My hometown is Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. When people think of Canada they think a land of opportunity and wealthiness. It's sad to say but even in Hamilton which has a huge population and is a pretty big city there are families who are homeless with no food or shelter, kids out on the streets, fathers jobless. It's a sad reality to face. There are 399 women, men, and children in emergency shelters every night, 2,436 women and children stayed… Continue

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 12, 2011 at 11:48pm — No Comments

IMAGINE 1: My life in 10 years....

Through my years leading up to 2020 I will be doing so many different things. I will be studying and learning more about Pre-Health Sciences and becoming a Registered Nurse. Becoming a RN in Canada means you can go anywhere in the world and work as a RN. I would like to go to third world countries and help children and families there survive and give them aid. In ten years I see myself married to my boyfriend Darryl to whom I've been dating already for almost 3 years. We'll both be successful… Continue

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 12, 2011 at 11:31pm — No Comments

Act 1: The someone

ACT 1: THE SOMEONE!



The hero I chose well I should say heros actually is a band from different points in Canada of three guys who came together and wanted to change the world through there music. They call themselves "The Someone" ( someone to speak, someone to listen, someone to care, someone to change.) those words are right on there cd cover. With a group that goes all around Canada to highschools to make student's aware of issues at home, loosing someone to alcohol, and teen… Continue

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 12, 2011 at 11:25pm — No Comments

LEARN 1!

The key isn't to completely change the culture, the key is to embrace it and enhance it.



I think a good thing to actually learn what it is really like is to place yourself in there shoes and live there for a week. Do what they do, live exactly how they would, and talk and listen to the right people. I think this is the best tip "Listen to the right people. Okay, so you probably don’t know what it’s like to carry fifty pounds of firewood on your head. Well, don’t pretend that you do.… Continue

Added by Kristina Corbett on May 4, 2011 at 4:53pm — 1 Comment

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