Category: HaulTail

  • Try Organic Turkey for this Thanksgiving

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    Help stop the rise of antibiotic resistance by choosing a bird that’s been raised drug-free. If you’re a meat-eater – which I realize many TreeHugger readers are not, but I know some of you are – then the purpose of this post is to convince you to buy an organic turkey for Thanksgiving, instead of […]

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  • DIY Self Watering Planter

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    Container gardening is easier than ever when the watering is taken care of with this nifty design. MATERIALS You will need • 16m of 150mm x 25mm H3 dressed pine • 18m of 75mm x 25mm H3 dressed pine • 6m of 50mm x 50mm H3 dressed pine • 8g x 50mm screws • Screwdriver with […]

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  • Eco-Friendly Wrapping for the Holidays

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    For many of us, wrapping gifts is even more fun than giving them. But each year, we throw away miles and miles of wrapping paper, much of which can’t be recycled because of inks, coatings or other additives. If you want to make a gift to the environment at the same time you’re giving to […]

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  • Hawaii is Changing Recycling on Dec. 1

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    Big Island residents will no longer be able to recycle several types of plastic products at county recycling and transfer stations starting Dec 1. The Hawaii County Department of Environmental Management announced that, because of changes to global recycling markets, the county no longer can accept No. 5 plastics, plastic grocery bags or any type […]

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  • Pollution Target in Range for London

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    London is gearing up for the launch of the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in April next year. While environmental campaigners see it as a huge step forward in the battle for clean air, many think it could go much further. We spoke to Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, and Christina Calderato, […]

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  • Is Climate Change Hurting Hawaii?

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    A new study by researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology indicates that as the climate changes in the coming decades, the northward shift of hurricanes toward the Hawaiian Islands will increase chances of landfall, and storm surge will pose severe flood risks to population and […]

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  • Hawaii Residents Invited to Weigh in on Bioenergy Plant

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    The state will hold a meeting on the controversial Hu Honua Bioenergy plant being built on the Big Island. The plant is being built on a cliff above the coastline at Pepeekeo. Department of Health officials are holding the meeting to address public concerns about the plant. Some are concerned over the environmental impact from […]

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  • Bruno Mars Giving to Hawaii Families for Thanksgiving

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    This Thanksgiving, thousands of families in Hawaii will be smelling that “24 karat magic in the air” — thanks to Bruno Mars. As part of his 24K Magic World Tour, the singer will be bringing a bit of magic to his home state of Hawaii. He’ll be providing Thanksgiving meals for 24,000 in need, The […]

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  • Veteran of the Year is Honored

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    The War Memorial honored those who have risked their lives serving our country during their annual Veterans Day ceremony. Guests could explore the Honor Wall and War Memorial Museum that walks you through every major American conflict. Veterans and community leaders also gave out numerous awards including Veteran of the Year, which went to Vietnam […]

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  • Honor Veterans by Hiring Them!

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    U.S. military veterans, transitioning service members and their families represent an essential part of today’s multi-generational workforce, and we are eternally grateful for their service and selflessness. Veterans add unique value to today’s workforce because they embody disciplined leadership, maturity and unwavering loyalty to the pursuit of excellence in their personal and professional lives. Each […]

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