A crash course in changing the world.
In terms of the Pee-thing, could they be implemented with toilets at home? As well as having a solar-powered home, going to urinate could also help power your house! Each toilet would have a filter that would drain flushed liquids and then distribute it onto the chloride paper. The toilet would have a built-in LCD screen which would tell people when the chloride paper was almost finished so that people could go out and buy some more handy-packs (which include toilet paper AND chloride paper…Continue
Posted on June 27, 2012 at 9:53pm
Its 2020 and my family is enjoying themselves at the beach for the Fourth of July. The city has recently installed hydro powered mills in the ocean, which created energy for most of our town. They are renewable and eco-friendly. We rode our bikes to the beach and brought our solar oven to make an all locally grown and organic lunch in. The palm trees are a good source of shade, and we have a clothes line to dry out wet hemp towels. The sun screen we use is made from all natural materials,…Continue
Posted on June 25, 2012 at 10:48pm
My idea to increase food security in Germany is that children farming her own food and then they cooking self. They learn many things about their food and know, it is a product of nature. If they spend a lot of time in farming, they learn to respect the nature. Food is then not a stuff from the supermarket, but the result of hard work. After that they know, where a chicken or a pig comes from. Know about food leads to healthier diet and increase food security
Posted on June 25, 2012 at 10:37pm
Hmmm, tough decision. I spent a lot of time trying to decide who to follow, which was great. There were so many people I learned about and maybe still several I will try to follow to learn even more.
For now I'm starting with John Wood, co-founder of Room to Read. I love the focus on education and gender equality for children. I think in order to really make a difference in the world we need to empower our youth! I don't see John on Facebook but following him on Twitter and reading…Continue
Posted on June 24, 2012 at 10:24pm