Green Sustainable Technology Carnival Vol. 01

Green Sustainable Technology Carnival Vol. 01

Green Sustainable Technology Carnival Vol. 01

Welcome to the first ever edition of the Green Sustainable Technology Carnival! The response was excellent, a big thank you to everyone who submitted. Awareness is one of the first steps toward change, and there are a lot of green, sustainable, and energy-efficient technologies available to us.

Given the success of this edition, I am planning to continue this Blog Carnival on a biweekly basis – so if you want to be featured on this blog, please submit it to our carnival submission form. The deadline for the next carnival is on September 30, 2009.

Thank you again to everyone who submitted their posts for this edition.

 

Igor presents Imagination: The Path To A Renewable Energy Future posted at ENERGY IDEALIST.

Martin Andrews presents How To Make Solar Power Guide posted at Natural Energy Revealed, saying, “Let’s make the big switch to solar, for a better life and a safe tomorrow for generations to come. Make your own solar powered energy, save money and feel good about it.”

Suzane Smith presents 50 Travel Nurses You Can Follow and Learn From on Twitter posted at LVN to RN.

Katy Unitek presents The Solar Industry’s Immense Opportunity – Boots on the Roof posted at Boots On The Roof, saying, “My company, Boots on the Roof is the Green Degree training and certification division of Unitek, a long-running private school with a proven track record of certification-based and degree-based education programs in various technical and health care fields. Having successfully partnered with professional organizations nationwide to train tens of thousands of students, Unitek opened the Boots on the Roof division specifically to cater to the immense training demands in the Renewable Energy sector.”

Igor presents Renewable Energy: The Key To More Jobs And Less Dependence On Oil – ENERGY IDEALIST posted at ENERGY IDEALIST.

Fiona Leonard presents Year In America: Emergency Response Studio posted at Year In America, saying, “A New York artist converts a “toxic tin can” trailer into a sustainable off-grid vehicle”

Gin G. presents New Energy-Battery Bank posted at Sense Scribe, saying, “Learn part of the Wind Energy system and more.”

Condo Blues presents How I Slashed my Electric Bills without Moving into a Yurt posted at Condo Blues.

Shannon Wills presents 50 iPhone Apps That Will Make You Much Healthier posted at Physical Therapy Assistant Schools.

Martin Andrews presents Do It Yourself Solar Power – Construct It the Accurate Way posted at Natural Energy Revealed, saying, “Solar power energy is great for the environment. It is renewable and very economical too, especially in these tough times. We all need to take advantage of this energy as much as we can and, for as long as it exist to lighten our burden and usher our world forward towards wellness in all aspects of our lives.”

Martin Andrews presents How To Make Solar Energy in Easy Steps posted at Natural Energy Revealed, saying, “Let’s make the big switch to solar, for a better life and a safe tomorrow for generations to come. Make your own solar powered energy, save money and feel good about it. Discover More About Solar Power Panels Today!”

Silicon Valley Blogger presents This Unusual Investment Property Is Now A Green Home posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Great way to recycle a house!”

Tibby Thomason presents Creating an Intentional Community in Colorado posted at Kriya Create, saying, “People interesting in sustainable-living should read this posting: http://kriyacreate.blogspot.com/2009/09/creating-intentional-community-in.html – thanks!”

Igor presents Go Green! Green Web-Hosting Companies For A Sustainable Future posted at ENERGY IDEALIST.

Chris presents Green homes explained posted at Home I Own.

 

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of green sustainable technology using our carnival submission form.

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