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  • Green Idea 1 : ' Find your nearest Farmer's Market and go there this weekend with friends...
  • Green Idea 2 : ' Swap your old incandescent bulbs for CFLs when they burn out and start saving $$$
  • Green Idea 3 : ' Try using your bike this weekend instead of your car...
  • Green Idea 4 : ' This Spring why not plant a small kitchen garden of tomatoes and peppers on your balcony or patio?
  • Green Idea 5 : ' What are you waiting for? Make the change today!

    The basic objectives of sustainability are to reduce consumption of non-renewable resources, minimize waste, and create healthy, productive environments.


    You can grow your own food whether you live on a rural farm or in a tiny urban apartment. Urban gardening is all about using space wisely to regain a closer connection with your food and beautify your home or neighborhood.


    Explore energy resources, such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, biomass, geothermal, ocean thermal, and wave power, that replenish themselves within a short period.


    Locating the Farmers' Market nearest to you is now only a few clicks away. Localharvest.org is a useful and straight-forward site designed to faciliate your quest.


"What's Awesome" Episode 1: SHANGHAI KICKSTART with Dr. Bruce Damer

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This is the first episode of the podcast "What's Awesome", hosted by Philip Oulton of Starseed Gardens, Byron Bay, Australia. The audio engineer for "What's Awesome" is Robert Bruce, and the music is by Psychedelic State.

The "What's Awesome" podcast features interviews with experts from the fields of Science, Architecture, Psychology, Permaculture and The Arts.

Upcoming Episodes Will Feature:
Dr. Bruce Damer, scientist, researcher, visionary. Fresh from his TED talks exploring the origins of life, and space travel. Bruce will be featured in the first two episodes.
Robert Lawlor, artist, historian, and author of "Sacred Geometry" and "Voices of the First Day".
Dan Schreiber, creative director and founder of Starseed Gardens, polymath, gardener. and new earth imagineer.
Drew Heath. Award-winning Australian architect, lecturer, builder and provocative visionary. Drew will discuss, among other things, his recent foray into what he calls "Agritecture".

"What's Awesome" is created and hosted by Philip Oulton and supported by Starseed Gardens - a 35 acre mixed-use permaculture model and Earth School dedicated to evolving plant/human culture and nurturing eco-systems of perpetual renewal. www.starseedgardens.com

"What's Awesome" is available on SoundCloud.
Like it on  facebook at www.facebook.com/WhatsAwesomePodcast

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