Comments on: Goodbye, Green Business Global environmental challenges Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:14:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: Anonymous Thu, 24 Jan 2013 22:37:12 +0000 Great Post! this information should be shared with everyone. Thanks for sharing, it much appreciated.

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By: Anonymous Tue, 22 Jan 2013 13:14:00 +0000 This is really a very good article. Green energy will always be present, along with the new ideas coming on how to improve or use it properly.

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By: PaulDowning1234 Sat, 07 Jul 2012 09:59:47 +0000 Makes sense to me, these issues now are so mainstream I tend to agree that they don’t need a separate channel.

By: kamranali123 Sun, 18 Mar 2012 07:18:52 +0000 Very good article i also run environmetal news blog link to which is can you please suggest me how to improve it

By: homewaterfilter Sun, 18 Mar 2012 02:17:07 +0000 You are right that we will never lose green energy. I just assume that we will always be coming up with more and new ideas about green energy. Thanks

By: Zaroorat Sat, 17 Dec 2011 08:51:35 +0000 Zaroorat – A Need is a Green Yatra Initiative, which works on a premise that one man’s waste

can be another man’s richness. It is not only possible, but realistically doable. Zaroorat – A

Need project does not wait for disasters to strike before we are ready to provide for basic

human living needs. It’s a bank that makes a difference as it does not deal in money, but in old

Clothes, Toys, Books, Stationary etc. and other lots of basic needs durable goods, one of the

basic human needs after food and shelter.

“The main objective of Zaroorat – A Need is to provide the necessity things to millions of poor

and needy people facing great hardship and health risk due to lack of proper clothing and other

basic things in far flung areas and urban slums of the country. We work towards nullifying the

misbalance caused by us, our society, and people; and urge the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and

Realize” mentality in living our daily lives here on our beautiful planet Earth.

You can donate almost everything like books, stationary, clothes, utensils, electrical appliances

(Mobile, computer), bed sheets, toys, blankets, shoes, sporting goods….. Anything that you

don’t use anymore might help someone in need. These items will be sorted, repaired, sewed,

packed, transported and distributed to the rural areas & urban slums throughout India.

Zaroorat – A Need is a united sustainable effort that works through your valuable contributions.

The collection, sorting, sewing, packing, repairing of electronic products, transportation and

distribution of clothes and other things are done with a proper planning, management and

execution. We have several dedicated teams who look after different phases of work. This

whole process cost us a small budget per piece.

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By: Groundbeef Thu, 01 Dec 2011 22:08:15 +0000 In spite of numerous efforts by the University of Alberta and many other geological bodies, Reuters continues to call Alberta’s resource tarsands.
This is both technically and economically incorrect.
The Bituminous sands of Alberta when processed converts to bitumen which then converts to OIL. The Oil is broken down to Gas Oil, Kerosene and Naptha in various percentages according to client demand. Tar is an ancient name for the resource but Alberta makes no tar as that is man made. Please threrefore advise all your energy and other writers that the StockMarket/Universities/Industry/Govern ment all call it OILSANDS. Thank you kindly.

By: Mandrake Thu, 01 Dec 2011 17:03:49 +0000 Just as Bloomberg unveils a Sustainability site that blankets the topic, Reuters retreats. Portraying this as being “ahead of the game” and deriding your previous effort as a “private green niche” is a bit of fanciful spin. This is more like an ill-timed retreat that makes Reuters look increasingly out of touch.