Month: November 2014

one take on Future Mobile Living

A 20-something Austrian, Benedikt Stonawski, visited us last summer here in Baltimore. Tall, handsome, urbane and a fluent English speaker, Bennie was expanding his world experience by visiting L.A., Cleveland and several East Coast cities during summer break from his

The 1st Solar Bike Path is (T)here…

Opening today in the town of Krommenie, the Netherlands, is a solar bike path–or, why not…a green road? This stretch is being called the first of its kind in the sphere of public works ownership. The path includes embedded solar

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“With these ‘watershed eyes’ we can view the sacredness…

of water from our Creator’s perspective.” This from the Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake’s Kolya Braun-Greiner, MDiv, Project Coordinator, Trees for Sacred Places. Her piece in the current bulletin is so worthy that I want you to see a good share of

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