Month: August 2014

Strong National Environmental Leadership in New Construction!

9 months ago I wrote a post titled “2 Internationally Recognized Thought-Leaders — One Local…”  The local thought-leader is the Chesapeake Bay Foundation which mission is to save the Bay through education, advocacy, litigation and restoration. I discussed at a

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Street “Smart” Waste Management. Seen It? Better Yet: Used One? Big-Time Carbon Reduction Too.

In an upcoming post, which topic is recycling, one featured company is Under Armour. This wildly successful company, with global HQ in Charm City, has also been an outstanding corporate neighbor. From its website about Big Belly Solar: “We’ve invested

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The First and Largest Cathedral

The planet is our most special habitat. It’s beauty can be simply overwhelming.  Who are we to deserve such a place? Two items caught particular attention in yesterday’s paper. One was a review of a new book called The Work of

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A Fall (tiny home) Vacation Idea at Deep Creek Lake?

From Chesapeake Home and Living magazine comes a piece about an eco-friendly vacation village of tiny homes for rent at Deep Creek Lake.  For more about this get-away idea, look here. In Sundry Department– More on the Recycled! Ideas post from

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