Welcome to the October 26, 2011 edition of a carnival of everything home. Thank you to everyone for your submission.
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Martha Stewart presents 12 Must-See TED Talks on the Recession posted at onlinemba.com, saying, “TED Talks have become a go-to resource for finding thoughtful discussion on global issues from some of the world’s biggest and best thinkers.”
O.C. Heaton presents My name is O.C. Heaton and I’m a polluter… posted at A Rush of Green, saying, “Even writers generate a carbon footprint, but I have never taken the time to analyse how much CO2 I spew out into the atmosphere. Until now…”
O.C. Heaton presents Do you know what one tonne of carbon dioxide looks like? posted at A Rush of Green, saying, “I recently calculated the carbon cost of writing the sequel to my novel, The Human Race. It came out at a shocking 11.91 tonnes of carbon dioxide. I fell to thinking about what I could do to reduce this…”
conservation mart presents Simple Ways to Weatherize: Use Window Air Conditioner Covers to Stop Air Leakage posted at Energy & Water Conservation Blog, saying, “Indoor air conditioners provide great relief from the hot air that summer brings. However, during the colder months of the year an indoor air conditioner becomes a source for drafts. When drafts come into a home, energy is lost, resulting in an increase in energy bills.
Gloria Nilson presents 20 Stunning Infographics to Show How Climate Change Affects Ecosystems posted at Masters in Environmental Science, saying, “Whether or not you believe that climate change and global warming are happening, there is scientific research that shows that these changes are not only happening, but they’re affecting our ecosystems.
O.C. Heaton presents Fracking hell! Why hydrogen isn’t happening. posted at A Rush of Green, saying, “Why our new hydrogen filling station is just as significant a development, if not quite as “sexy” as 200 trillion cubic feet of shale gas…”
Newlywed Survival presents How to Merge Your Closets after Marriage posted at Newlywed Survival, saying, “A bedroom closet can be a difficult thing to share, but not all couples have the luxury of two closets or huge walk-in closets in their bedroom. This may cause some disagreements! Here are some ways that you can share a closet and keep the peace.”
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