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June 2011 Blog Posts (223)

Imagine Mission 4

For this party I want to go big, so everything at the event will be powered by constantly renewing water supply. So basically the water that we are drinking will also keep re-filtering in and powering turbines that is power the wh*** event. All the grills will be powered by hydro-electricity, and the steam will be collected and condensed back into drinking water. Nothing will be wasted at this event and we will have 1000s of people show up and try to have as many pop culture icons and political… Continue

Added by Alex White on June 1, 2011 at 2:05am — No Comments

Act Mission 4

I am going to follow Carlos Aguilar on twitter as he is an advocate for water conservation and water techniques with renewable sources. He promotes a lot of great ideas and I will be able to retweet him and let my friends know about the great stuff he is doing. Any of his ideas that he posts that I feasibly can get involved with I will so I can do more than just spreading the word.

Added by Alex White on June 1, 2011 at 1:56am — No Comments

Learn Mission 4

A danish water bottle company (Kildevæld) has come up with a genius incentive to get people to purchase bottles of water from them. For every bottle you purchase they donate a “life straws” which help filter water so people in developing countries can have clean water. These little devices would give me an incentive to buy for sure because I know when I buy water, I'm helping someone else drink fresh water. Ideas like this hopefully will keep spreading to other companies and we can help save… Continue

Added by Alex White on June 1, 2011 at 1:49am — No Comments

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